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What to Watch on Saturday: Mark Wahlberg hosts Kids’ Choice Awards, Louis CK hosts ‘SNL’

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Mark Wahlberg hosts Nickelodeon's 27th Annual Kids' Choice Awards.

Kids’ Choice Awards (8pm, Nickelodeon) - Plop the youngsters down in front of the TV for the 27th annual event, which honors kids’ favorites in film, television, music and sports. Mark Wahlberg hosts the event, and performers include American Authors and Aloe Blacc.

Also on tonight . . .

NCAA Tournament - Tonight’s Elite 8 games are on TBS – Archie Miller’s Dayton team vs. Florida at 6:09 p.m. followed by Wisconsin vs. Arizona. You can check the CBS online schedule for details.

Zoe Gone (8pm, Lifetime) - This new Lifetime movie sounds like a PSA about the dangers of texting: A baby is kidnapped from a park when the child’s teen mom becomes too distracted reading text messages from her ex-boyfriend to pay attention to the little girl.

Saturday Night Live (11:30, NBC) - Louis C.K. hosts, with musical guest Sam Smith.

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