On TV this Saturday: Queen Latifah leads Lifetime’s depiction of the Flint water crisis, TV Land binges on the best Roseanne Halloween episodes and SNL goes all in on Tom Hanks’ David S. Pumpkins — any questions? Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:
What to Watch Today
David S. Pumpkins Special, Flint Crisis Film and More
Six games: Among the broadcast-TV offerings are Oklahoma State vs. West Virginia (12 pm, ABC); TCU vs. Iowa State (3:30 pm, ABC); Georgia vs. Florida (3:30 pm, CBS); Penn State vs. Ohio State (3:30 pm, Fox); North Carolina State vs. Notre Dame (3:30 pm, NBC); Georgia Tech vs. Clemson (8 pm, ABC).
Roseanne Halloween Marathon
Through 8:30 pm | This spook-tacular binge features every Halloween episode from Seasons 2-8. (See how we ranked them and vote for your favorite!)
MLB World Series: Game 4
The championship series continues, with the Los Angeles Dodgers (1-2) trailing the Houston Astros.
Three women band together to expose the wrongdoings that led to the ongoing water crisis in Flint, Mich.; Queen Latifah (Star), Betsy Brandt (Life in Pieces) and Marin Ireland (Sneaky Pete) star.
Marry Me at Christmas
In this totally real movie that actually exists, a boutique owner (Reign‘s Rachel Skarsten) falls for a bride-to-be’s movie star brother, whose totally real name is — wait for it! — Jonny Blaze (90210‘s Trevor Donovan).
Black Sabbath: The End of the End
90 minutes: This film chronicles the band’s last-ever concert, recorded on Feb. 4 at the Genting Arena in Birmingham, England.
Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency
The investigation into the 40-year-old case of two dead bodies takes an unexpected turn after Bart reveals she was assaulted.
The Graham Norton Show
Guests include Jane Fonda, Nicole Kidman, Colin Farrell, Bryan Cranston and Matt Lucas; Niall Horan performs.
Louis’ insomnia results in extreme paranoia; a jealous Chevalier seduces Colbert’s niece; Gaston and Agathe come to an agreement.
The David S. Pumpkins Animated Halloween Special
In this half-hour cartoon, Tom Hanks’ eccentric SNL character shows a brother and sister the true meaning of Halloween — and Game of Thrones‘ Peter Dinklage is apparently part of it. Any questions?? (See who’s hosting on Nov. 4.)