On TV this Saturday: All My Children and One Life to Live vets headline TV-movies, Shark Week comes early, and USA Network revisits classic Modern Family episodes ahead of its series finale. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
Modern Family-athon, Best of Shark Week and More
Shark Week in a Weekend
Through Sunday at 8 pm | A best-of binge includes the first-ever Shark Week original movie, 2019’s Capsized: Blood in the Water, starring Josh Duhamel (Las Vegas), Tyler Blackburn (Roswell, New Mexico) and Beau Garrett (The Good Doctor). (View schedule.)
When Julia is afraid of getting a haircut, Elmo, Abby and Alan ease her fears by pretending to be hair stylists.
Season 3 premiere (two episodes): First up, Scrooge embarks on a quest for a hidden treasure. Then at 10 am, a family photo shoot goes horribly wrong.
Modern Family Marathon
Through Sunday at 2 am | Ahead of the ABC comedy’s series finale (airing Wednesday, April 8), binge 28 standout episodes (with limited commercial interruptions), beginning with the 2009 pilot. (View schedule.)
Frankie Drake Mysteries
Season 3 premiere: Frankie works with Agatha Christie in London to search for a missing wartime friend.
Premium cable premiere: Three ‘tweens — played by Jacob Tremblay (Room), Keith L. Williams (The Last Man on Earth) and Brady Noon (Boardwalk Empire) — embark on “a misadventure of epic proportions” ahead of their first kissing party.
Mommy Is a Murderer
TV-movie premiere: Shortly after Karina (One Life to Live‘s Bree Williamson) befriends Lena and her daughter Mallie, she begins to suspect that Mallie doesn’t actually belong to Lena. (So, mommy is a kidnapper?)
You're Bacon Me Crazy
TV-movie premiere: An aspiring chef (All My Children‘s Natalie Hall) competes in a food truck contest, and finds love with one of her opponents (Timeless‘ Michael Rady).
Line of Duty
Cable premiere: In this British import, Detective Sergeant Steve Arnott targets respected Detective Chief Inspector Tony Gates (Fear the Walking Dead‘s Lennie James), whose private life may be more than it seems.
Saturday Night Live
Repeat to Revisit: Drag Race‘s RuPaul hosts; Justin Bieber performs. (When will SNL return?)