What to Watch Today

Remorse-ful Romance, Rocky-thon, Fresh Prince and More

Survivor's Remorse S2E3

On TV this Saturday: Survivor’s Remorse plays the dating game, El Rey celebrates Rocky, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air moves in at BET and Blunt Talk takes a big first step. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.

  • BET
    The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

    Through 3:35 pm | In celebration of the show’s 25th anniversary (or perhaps this revival news?), enjoy classic eps of the Will Smith sitcom.

  • El Rey
    Rocky Marathon

    Through 6 pm Monday | No holiday plans? Want to watch all five Rocky movies on a loop for two full days? Ding, ding.

  • Hallmark
    Cedar Cove

    While Olivia struggles to deal with Will’s prolonged stay in town, Jack’s promotion may put his relationship with Olivia at risk.

  • Lifetime
    River Raft Nightmare

    When a mother (Brigid Brannagh, Army Wives) and daughter (Leah Bateman, Aquarius) go on a white- water rafting trip, they encounter three escaped convicts searching for a satchel of cash. (Despite the movie’s title, I think this situation will turn out great!)

  • Starz
    Blunt Talk

    Walter is ordered by the court to attend Alcoholics Anonymous meetings while his staff goes about their peculiar weekends.

  • Disney XD
    Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy

    Although the animated series doesn’t officially premiere until Sept. 26, you can watch the first episode, “Road to Knowhere,” now.

  • Starz
    Survivor's Remorse

    When Cassie rejoins the dating world, her determination sets her on a collision course with Cam — and his checkbook.

  • Comedy Central
    Kevin Hart Presents: Lil Rel Howery: RELevant

    Appearing in his first stand-up special, Lil Rel Howery performs at Chicago’s Vic Theatre and touches on topics from high school to Chicago cab drivers to his two children.

  • Fox
    Fox Fall Preview

    A new batch of teasers for freshmen Scream Queens, Minority Report, Rosewood, Grandfathered and The Grinder.

  • NBC
    Saturday Night Live

    Woody Harrelson hosts — aw, the good ol’ days of True Detective! — while Kendrick Lamar performs.