What to Watch Today

Samantha Bee Special, White House Correspondents' Dinner, Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and More

On TV this Saturday: TBS counter-programs the White House Correspondents’ Dinner with a Full Frontal event, HBO honors rock and roll loyalty and Doctor Who deals with a bone-chilling monster. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:

  • HBO
    Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony

    Inductees include ELO, Joan Baez, Yes, Tupac Shakur, Journey and Pearl Jam; Nile Rodgers receives the Award for Musical Excellence; special tributes are paid to Prince and Chuck Berry.

  • Lifetime
    Manny Dearest

    A single mom (UnREAL‘s Ashley Scott) comes to regret hiring a male nanny (One Tree Hill‘s Mitch Ryan), who eventually resorts to murder in an effort to make her family his own.

  • CBS
    Training Day

    Special time: Frank and the SIS investigate an eccentric Hollywood producer after several of Holly’s call girls go missing.

  • BBC America
    Doctor Who

    The Doctor and Bill travel to the year 1814, where London’s Frost Fair is disrupted by a terrifying monster lurking beneath icy waters.

  • AMC
    The Son

    Young Eli’s loyalties come under question; in the year 1915, the McCulloughs are haunted by their past.

    White House Correspondents' Dinner

    Daily Show correspondent Hasan Minhaj will host the evening’s festivities, which will not be attended by President Donald Trump.

  • TBS
    Full Frontal With Samantha Bee: Not the White House Correspondents' Dinner

    Bee lords over this WHCD alternative, which promises to include a bevy of surprise guests; all proceeds raised will go to the Committee to Protect Journalists. (A red carpet special airs on Twitter at 9, followed by an uncensored cut of the special at 11.)

  • BBC America

    The team must put a stop to a powerful alien with the ability to morph into the shape of lost loved ones.

  • BBC America
    The Graham Norton Show

    Guests include Brendan O’Carroll (Mrs. Brown’s Boys), Rob Brydon (The Trip) and Vicky McClure (Broadchurch); Harry Styles performs.

  • Cartoon Network
    Samurai Jack

    Jack and Ashi endure a series of dangerous physical and spiritual tests, all for the purpose of retrieving Jack’s sword.