What to Watch Today

Sarah Drew Christmas Movie, Alex Trebek Tribute and More

Sarah Drew's Christmas in Vienna

On TV this Saturday: Grey’s Anatomy vet Sarah Drew celebrates Christmas in Vienna, BUZZR celebrates Alex Trebek’s storied career and HBO debuts Robert Downey Jr.’s Dolittle. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.

    Alex Trebek Tribute Marathon

    Through 2 am | The late host of Jeopardy! is remembered with a look back at his 40-plus year career, including his appearance (as a contestant!) on Card Sharks, as well as hosting Classic Concentration and To Tell the Truth. (Find BUZZR in your area.)

  • ABC, Fox
    College Football

    Three games: Oregon takes on Washington State (at 7 pm, Fox); Notre Dame visits Boston College (3:30 pm, ABC); Wisconsin plays Michigan (7:30 pm, ABC).

  • Ovation
    The Fall

    Season 2 cable premiere: Gibson helps a survivor remember her attacker’s identity, as Spector attempts to tie up loose ends.

  • Hallmark Channel
    Christmas in Vienna

    TV-movie premiere: A disheartened violinist (Grey’s Anatomy‘s Sarah Drew) travels to Austria to perform, where she finds the inspiration she had been missing… and a new love (UnREAL‘s Brennan Elliott). (Get scoop on Drew’s new TV gig.)

  • Lifetime
    Christmas on Wheels

    TV-movie premiere: When Ashley (The Good Place‘s Tiya Sircar) learns her uncle sold her mom’s vintage convertible — a car filled with Christmas memories (OK, sure) — she enlists an attorney to get it back.

  • HBO

    Premium cable premiere: Robert Downey Jr. (Iron Man) stars as the animal-talking vet tasked with finding a cure for the ill Queen Victoria; animals are voiced by Emma Thompson, Rami Malek, John Cena, Kumail Nanjiani, Octavia Spencer, Tom Holland, Ralph Fiennes, Selena Gomez and Marion Cotillard.

  • BBC America
    Earth's Greatest Seasons

    This 80-minute episode examines how summer’s long hours of daylight “make life burst out in a riot of activity.”

  • Lifetime Movie Network
    Young, Stalked and Pregnant

    TV-movie premiere: When a pregnant high school senior (Magic City‘s Taylor Blackwell) chooses college over a family life, her boyfriend takes matters into his own hands; Lindsay Hartley (Passions) co-stars.

  • AMC
    Eli Roth's History of Horror

    Season 2 finale: Roth and guests Stephen King,  Quentin Tarantino, Jordan Peele, Piper Laurie, and Karyn Kusama discuss nine films that have pushed the boundaries of the genre.

  • Hallmark Movies & Mysteries
    Meet Me at Christmas

    TV-movie premiere: A mom (Good Witch‘s Catherine Bell) coordinates her son’s Christmas Eve wedding, along with the bride’s uncle (Major Crimes‘ Mark Deklin).

    On Nov. 14, 2010, Norman Reedus made his debut as The Walking Dead‘s Daryl Dixon, an original character not in the comics — and who is now heading for his own spinoff.