On TV this Saturday: Outlander deals with a problem of relativity, Oklahoma City gets another shot at victory against Golden State and Disney Channel’s movie-thon plays on. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
What to Watch Today
Outlander's Family Matter, OKC vs. Golden State and More
Day 2 of Disney Channel’s weekend-long original movie extravaganza begins with You Wish! at the crack of dawn, followed by such classics as The Even Stevens Movie and Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam, before calling it a day at 4:20 am with The Thirteenth Year. (See the full lineup.)
30 for 30
Repeat to Revisit: In case you missed its original ESPN run, catch this docu about Cleveland and the unfortunate losing streak its professional sports teams have been on for decades.
In a nutshell: More questions are asked. (How else will they get to 500?)
When a 19-year-old (Kathryn Newton, Supernatural) receives unsettling messages, she thinks her ex is stalking her… only to learn the anonymous threats are from someone she’s never met.
Lost in the West
Part 1: This TV-movie follows best friends Chip (Caleb Thomas) and Dave (Niko Guardado), who get transported back in time to the Wild West. (Part 2 airs Sunday at 8 pm.)
Claire and Jamie call upon Jamie’s grandsire, Lord Lovat, in an attempt to elicit support — but a visiting Colum MacKenzie has other plans. (Watch sneak peek.)
Oklahoma City tries once again to unseat the Golden State Warriors in Game 6 of this nailbiter series.
Repeat to Revisit: Richard Dreyfuss stars in this miniseries as the titular financier, whose fraudulent schemes were exposed in 2009, sending him to prison for 150 years.
Repeat to Revisit: Sure, the Rob Lowe comedy was cancelled after one season… but why not enjoy the pilot episode for a second time anyway?
Saturday Night Live
Repeat to Revisit: Let the season of reruns begin! First up is the April 9 outing, with host Russell Crowe and musical guest Margo Price.