On TV this Saturday: Frankie Drake airs its series finale, Holly Robinson Peete embarks on A Christmas Journey and Emily Osment is A Very Merry Bridesmaid. Here are nine programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
Frankie Drake Mysteries Ends, A Christmas Journey and More
Frankie Drake Mysteries
Series finale: Shake-ups happen all around as Trudy leaves DPD, Flo’s family is threatened and Frankie’s dad remains alive, but in danger.
It's a Wonderful Life
Settle in with your loved ones and relive this 1946 classic, which stars Jimmy Stewart as a banker who learns what life would have been like without him. (Classic Christmas Movies Guide!)
Jingle Bell Princess
TV-movie premiere: When a princess (The Royals‘ Merritt Patterson) finds herself stranded in Maine during the holidays, she’s drawn into the lives of twin girls and their widowed dad (90210‘s Trevor Donovan). (Christmas Movie Guide!)
Kirk Franklin's A Gospel Christmas
TV-movie premiere: A pastor (House of Payne‘s Demetria McKinney) finds romance during the holidays while trying to prep her church choir for the Winter Jamboree; Chaz Lamar Shepherd (7th Heaven) and Jen Harper (Greenleaf) co-star. (Christmas Movie Guide!)
A Very Merry Bridesmaid
TV-movie premiere: When her 30th birthday falls on the same day as her brother’s wedding, Leah’s (Young & Hungry‘s Emily Osment) childhood friend (Days of Our Lives‘ Casey Deidrick) is determined to make her day (and Christmas) special. (Christmas Movie Guide!)
A pair of American parents come to believe that the child they adopted from Russia is capable of murder.
Drew Michael: Red Blue Green
One hour: The former SNL scribe airs his grievances with relationships, social media and comedy as therapy.
Our Christmas Journey
TV-movie premiere: During Christmastime, a single mom (Hangin’ With Mr. Cooper‘s Holly Robinson Peete) learns to let go of her autistic teenage son so he can flourish; Lyriq Bent (She’s Gotta Have It) and Aloma Wright (Scrubs) co-star. (Christmas Movie Guide!)
Saturday Night Live
Rami Malek hosts this repeat from Oct. 16; Young Thug performs. (Who’s hosting next week?)