What to Watch Today

Galavant Reunion, Juneteenth Movie Marathon and More

Her Pen Pal Premiere

On TV this Saturday: Prince Galavant and Madalena reunite on Hallmark Channel, Hilary Swank is a femme Fatale and FX commemorates Juneteenth. Here are eight programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.

  • FX
    Juneteenth Movie Marathon

    Through 10 pm | Commemorate Juneteenth with a marathon celebrating Black excellence in film, starting with Selma (at 7 am), and continuing with The Hate U Give (10 am), BlacKkKlansman (1 pm), Green Book (4 pm) and Hidden Figures (7 pm). (See more scheduled Juneteeth programming.)

  • HBO

    Premium cable premiere: A married sports agent’s (Stumptown‘s Michael Ealy) life is turned upside down after a one-night stand with an undercover cop (Away‘s Hilary Swank); Mike Colter (Evil) and Danny Pino (Mayans M.C.) co-star.

  • History Channel
    Fight the Power: The Movements That Changed History

    This hour-long special highlights the power of public protest, from the birth of the labor movement and women’s suffrage to the fight for civil rights, LGBTQ+ equality and the Black Lives Matter movement.

  • BBC America
    Meerkat Manor: Rise of the Dynasty

    The Whiskers’ good fortunes comes to a terrifying end; pregnant Flint leads Hakuna Matata home, but the two are ambushed by local land-grabbers.

  • Lifetime
    Secrets of a Marine's Wife

    TV-movie premiere: A town investigates the vanishing of the pregnant wife (Mom‘s Sadie Calvano) of a popular Marine (Spinning Out‘s Evan Roderick).

  • BET
    BET Her Presents: Queen Collective

    Season 2 premiere (four episodes): Queen Latifah (The Equalizer) highlights the work of up-and-coming Black female filmmakers.

  • Hallmark Channel
    Her Pen Pal

    TV-movie premiere: An event planner (Galavant‘s Mallory Jansen) reconnects with her French childhood pen pal (Galavant‘s Joshua Sasse) — bien sûr! — after she discovers her ex is bringing a date to a mutual friend’s wedding.

  • NBC
    Saturday Night Live

    Promising Young Woman‘s Carey Mulligan hosts this repeat from April; Kid Cudi performs. (Season 46 episodes, ranked!)