What to Watch Today

Witches' Last Spell, Sidney Poitier Marathon and More

  • AMC+, Shudder, Sundance Now
    A Discovery of Witches

    Series finale: Diana makes plans to rescue Matthew from Benjamin’s torture; the Book of Life reveals the long-hidden secrets of creatures.

  • NBC
    2022 Winter Olympics

    Coverage includes men’s and women’s mass start in speed skating, women’s biathlon and men’s cross-country racing. Then at 8 pm, it’s men’s and women’s bobsledding, and pairs figure skating.

  • BBC America
    Attenborough's Global Adventure

    The host travels from the Galapagos Islands to the deepest caves in Borneo.

  • Lifetime
    Caught in His Web

    TV-movie premiere: Three women (Dare Me‘s Alison Thornton, Baby-Sitter’s Club‘s Malia Baker and Supergirl‘s Emma Tremblay) track down a cyberbully after he hacks their phones and turns their lives upside down; Garcelle Beauvais (NYPD Blue) co-stars.

  • CBS
    Celebrity Big Brother

    The battle for $250,000 continues in this special Saturday edition.

  • The CW
    Great Chocolate Showdown

    Chef Anna Olson gives a lesson in mirror glazing; the home bakers create a dessert inspired by a popular chocolate treat.

  • TNT
    NBA All-Star Saturday Night

    The NBA’s best compete in a skills challenge, a three-point contest and a slam dunk contest, live from Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse in Cleveland.

  • TCM
    TCM Remembers Sidney Poitier

    Through Sunday, Feb. 20, 8 pm | Celebrate the late and legendary actor with a marathon of his best films including In the Heat of the Night (8 pm), The Defiant Ones (10 pm) and A Warm December (12 am). (View full schedule.)

  • Hallmark Channel
    The Wedding Veil Legacy

    TV-movie premiere: In the trilogy’s final film, Tracy (Alison Sweeney) grows cynical about the magical veil’s legend; Lacey Chabert and Autumn Reeser co-star.

  • TNT
    Rich & Shameless: The Crime Against Pam and Tommy

    This one-hour special tells the story behind the theft and release of the world’s most famous sex tape. (In case you don’t have Hulu…?)