On TV this Saturday: Nashville gets syndicated, 48 Hours opens new investigations, Brian Regan goes live from NYC and the Guardians of the Galaxy touch down at Disney XD. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
What to Watch Today
Nashville Starts Over, Guardians, Brian Regan and More
Concluding a three-weekend run of Stephen King miniseries, this one takes place on a red-eye flight from Los Angeles to Boston, where 10 people awaken to find that the crew and most other passengers have disappeared. Patricia Wettig (Brothers & Sisters), Dean Stockwell (Quantum Leap) and Bronson Pinchot (Perfect Strangers) star.
Check local listings | Syndication, baby! The cabler will air three Nashville episodes back-to-back-to-back every Saturday night, beginning with the show’s first three installments from 2012.
Repeat to Revisit: Didn’t catch the pilot of CBS’ Jake McDorman-led drama? Get your fix now.
Season 28 premiere, two hours: An investigation into the disappearance of University of Virginia student Hannah Graham reveals that the killer may be linked to other attacks against women that occurred over the course of a decade. Super.
Brian Regan: Live
In the network’s first-ever live stand-up special, the longtime comedian performs from Radio City Music Hall in New York City.
Trapped and alone in a terrifying Dalek city, with his greatest temptation before him — Double Stuf Oreos, I presume — Twelve is at the heart of an evil Empire.
When his estranged son returns to L.A. for a boxing match, Walter aims to make peace and Celia gets pulled into the family drama.
Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy
Animated series premiere, one hour: First, the Guardians acquire a dangerous artifact. Then, they attempt to storm Korath’s ship to rescue Quill, Gamora and the CrytoCube.
Chen throws a gala to launch Cam’s endorsed shoe, but his real focus is wooing Cassie; Cam gets reckless after sparking with a sideline reporter. (Sneak peek.)
The Rocky Horror Picture Show
The premium cabler is indeed doing “The Time Warp” again, with a midnight screening of the film for its 40th anniversary.
COMING NEXT SATURDAY: Saturday Night Live returns for its 41st season.