On TV this Saturday: ABC studies The Ten Commandments, March Madness is down to the Final Four and Ashton Kutcher explains how he’s helping put an end to sex trafficking. Here are eight programs to keep on your radar:
What to Watch Today
Ten Commandments, NCAA Final Four, 48 Hours and More
NCAA Basketball Tournament
It’s down to the Final Four, and only two teams can advance to Monday’s championship game! First up, Michigan takes on Loyola Chicago (at 6 pm), then Villanova faces off against Kansas (at 8:30 pm).
The Ten Commandments
As is tradition, the Alphabet Net celebrates Easter with the 1956 religious classic, starring Charlton Heston and Yul Brynner.
Home by Spring
A young event planner (The Shannara Chronicles‘ Poppy Drayton) returns to her hometown — and to the man (The Vampire Diaries‘ Steven R. McQueen) she left behind — to plan the perfect spring retreat.
48 Hours: Live to Tell - Trafficked
Ashton Kutcher discusses his nonprofit, Thorn, which has developed software to help identify sex trafficking victims and their abusers.
This classic episode takes us allllll the way back to… February 2016? Melissa McCarthy hosts, with musical guest Kanye West.
The Last O.G.
Sneak preview: Here’s your chance to catch the pilot episode of Tracy Morgan’s new sitcom ahead of its official debut on Tuesday! It’s getting two plays, first on TNT (at 11 pm), then on TBS (at 11:30 pm).
Saturday Night Live
Encore presentation: TVLine readers gave this Kevin Hart-hosted episode an average grade of “C-“. (Hmm… maybe we’ll put this in the What Not to Watch column.)
Full Frontal With Samantha Bee: The Great American Puerto Rico
Encore presentation: Bee travels to Puerto Rico to see how fellow Americans are coping six months after the devastation of Hurricane Maria.