What to Watch Today

Owen Wilson Hosts SNL, iHeartRadio Festival and More

Saturday Night Live Season 47 Owen Wilson

On TV this Saturday: Owen Wilson makes his Studio 8H debut, Billie Eilish and Coldplay headline the iHeartRadio Music Festival and Frankie Drake Mysteries is back. Here are eight programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.

  • Ovation
    Frankie Drake Mysteries

    Season 4 premiere: The ladies attempt to solve the murder of a scavenger hunt player.

  • Lifetime
    The Good Father: The Martin MacNeill Story

    TV-movie premiere: Weeks after his wife’s (Angel‘s Charisma Carpenter) suspicious death, Dr. Martin MacNeill (I’m Sorry‘s Tom Everett Scott) moves in with his mistress, causing his daughter (Burden of Truth‘s Anwen O’Driscoll) to question everything she knows. As she should!

  • The CW
    iHeartRadio Music Festival

    Two hours: BTS, Billie Eilish, Miley Cyrus, Usher, Coldplay and more perform; Ryan Seacrest hosts. (Night 2 airs Sunday at 8 pm.)

  • NBC
    La Brea

    Encore presentation: A family is divided when a massive sinkhole opens in Los Angeles; Natalie Zea (The Detour), Eoin Macken (The Night Shift) and John Seda (Chicago P.D.) star in the fall’s No. 1 new drama.

  • Hallmark Channel
    Love Strikes Twice

    TV-movie premiere: A woman (Man Seeking Woman‘s Katie Findlay) stuck in a stale marriage magically wakes up 15 years earlier, and gets the chance to decide whether she’d choose the same man (Dear White People‘s Wyatt Nash) again.

  • Showtime
    North Hollywood

    Premium cable premiere: A teen (Ballers‘ Ryder McLaughlin) decides between his father’s (True Detective‘s Vince Vaughn) wishes and his dream of pro skateboarding; Miranda Cosgrove (iCarly) co-stars.

  • NBC
    SNL Vintage

    Former cast member Maya Rudolph won an Emmy for this Season 46 installment, which originally aired March 27; Jack Harlow performs.

  • NBC
    Saturday Night Live

    Season 47 premiere: Loki‘s Owen Wilson hosts; Kasey Musgraves performs. (Get scoop on casting changes; who’s hosting next week?)

    Scrubs premiered 20 years ago (!) today, while Homeland debuted “just” a decade ago.