On TV this Saturday: WWE pays tribute to the men and women who serve, A Wife’s Nightmare is filled with anything but Christmas cheer and NCIS, The Game, Deadliest Catch and more air holiday marathons. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
What to Watch Today
WWE's Tribute to the Troops, 5 Holiday Marathons and More
Harry Potter Weekend
Through midnight (…and all weekend) | Today’s lineup includes Sorcerer’s Stone, Chamber of Secrets, Prisoner of Azkaban, Order of the Phoenix and Half-Blood Prince. (But no Goblet of Fire? What gives?)
Through 1 am Sunday | And if after this your Game craving still isn’t satisfied, three more marathons will air on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday.
Through 1 am Sunday | After this marathon, we can guarantee you’ll never look at crabs the same way again.
Through midnight | The latest “Double Trouble” marathon includes episodes from Seasons 7, 8 and 9. (See line-up.)
Will & Grace
Through 5 pm | Guest stars throughout the afternoon include Lily Tomlin, Ed Burns, Jeff Goldblum, Luke Perry, Sharon Stone and Eric Stoltz. (See line-up.)
WWE Tribute to the Troops
The 12th annual holiday event, which spreads goodwill to U.S. Armed Forces around the world, features Florida Georgia Line, wrestler John Cena, coaches from The Voice and Hulk Hogan, brother.
A Wife's Nightmare
Liz (The L Word’s Jennifer Beals) welcomes into her home a mysterious teenager who claims to be her husband’s long-lost daughter – but soon begins to question the girl’s true motives and doubt her own sanity. Katherine McNamara (Happyland) and Dylan Neal (The Bold and the Beautiful) also star.
When Frank is asked to retrieve a vital document from Crimea, he is forced to work with the world’s second best transporter, Bernard Dassin.
Saturday Night Live
Repeat to Revisit: Last year’s Christmas episode, hosted by Jimmy Fallon with musical guest Justin Timberlake, features Barry Gibb Talk Show and “(Do It On My) Twin Bed!” What’s not to love?
The Graham Norton Show
In a special holiday episode, Graham welcomes Ben Stiller, Ricky Gervais, Rebel Wilson, Jamie Foxx, Cameron Diaz, Danny Dyer (EastEnders) and Usher.