On TV this Saturday: Metallica and Mariah Carey play the Global Citizen festival, Dan Jeannotte finds a Royal Seaside Romance and A&E chronicles the search for a 13-year-old’s killer. Here are eight programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern. (Also check out our weekly TVLine-Up of premieres and finales, plus our monthly streaming guide.)
What to Watch Today
Global Citizen Live, GAC's Royal Seaside Romance and More
Missouri vs. Auburn (at 12 pm on ESPN); Maryland vs. Michigan (12 pm, Fox); Florida vs. Tennessee (3:30 pm, CBS); Texas vs. Texas Tech (3:30 pm, ESPN); Oregon vs. Washington State (4 pm, Fox); Arkansas vs. Texas A&M (7 pm, ESPN); Wisconsin vs. Ohio State (7:30 pm, ABC); Kansas State vs. Oklahoma (8 pm, Fox).
Global Citizen Live
Metallica, Jonas Brothers, MÅNESKIN, Mariah Carey and more perform to help raise awareness and end global poverty; Rachel Brosnahan and Billy Porter appear. (On Sunday, FX will air two hours of coverage at 5 pm, while ABC will air a one-hour special at 7 pm.)
Revenge for My Mother
TV-movie premiere: A postnatal fitness instructor (Girl Seinfeld‘s Sami Nye) hires an assistant (Pom Poms and Payback‘s Taylor Joree Scorse) who soon turns out to be a nightmare employee dead-set on seeking revenge.
Dying for a Crown
TV-movie premiere: A student (My Best Friend’s Dead‘s Catharine Daddario) stops at nothing to become homecoming queen at her new high school. (Hall Pass Nightmare follows at 10 pm.)
Fly Away With Me
TV-movie premiere: Two neighbors (Charmed‘s Natalie Hall and Burden of Truth‘s Peter Mooney) try to find the owners of a missing parrot in their apartment complex.
A Royal Seaside Romance
TV-movie premiere: When a realtor’s (Holiday Date‘s Brittany Bristow) seaside town comes under threat of development, she enlists a new client (Good Witch‘s Dan Jeannotte) to buy some property, not knowing he’s a royal hiding his identity.
Cold Case Files
Police embark on a 32-year search for the killer of a 13-year-old who was abducted in 1986 Tacoma, Wash.