On TV this Saturday: 30 for 30‘s O.J. Simpson doc coincides with an American Crime Story marathon, Outlander enters a crucial battle and Hell on Wheels begins to run out of track. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:
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Hell on Wheels' End Begins, 30 for 30 Tackles O.J. and More
Jean-Claude Van Damme Marathon
Through Sunday at 4 am | The action-film star hosts a cinematic binge featuring Street Fighter (at 4 pm), Cyborg (6 pm) and Bloodsport (8 pm).
Ray Donovan Marathon
Through 11 pm | Relive the inaugural season as the eponymous fixer deals with the release of his previously imprisoned father. (Get Season 4 premiere date.)
The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story Marathon
Through midnight | Whether you missed it the first time or simply want to devour it all over again, all 10 episodes air back-to-back.
A woman tries to prevent her twin from murdering their mother. (Ugh, I hate when that happens!) Yvonne Zima (The Young and the Restless), Claire Rankin (Good Witch) and Rob Stewart (Killjoys) star.
Series premiere: Jerry O’Connell and Suchin Pak (Mistresses) host this weekly deep dive into pop culture, human interest and news.
30 for 30: O.J. Made in America
Docu-series premiere: If FX’s O.J.-thon isn’t doing it for you, check out this chronicling of the infamous athlete’s rise to stardom as the nation became increasingly divided along race lines. (Parts 2-5 air on ESPN, starting Monday at 9.)
Stop the Wedding
A young attorney (Rachel Boston, Witches of East End) attempts to prevent her aunt’s marriage to a TV heartbreaker (Growing Pains‘ Alan Thicke).
Hell on Wheels
Season 5B premiere: When Swede goes on a murderous rampage on the Hatch homestead, Cullen enters a long-overdue showdown.
Claire is reminded of the true cost of war as her knowledge of history helps lead the Jacobite army into battle. (Get scoop from Ask Ausiello.)
Docu-series premiere: The story of an America divided begins with the formation of Jesse James’ gang as Custer seeks glory in the Indian Wars.