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What to Watch on Saturday: Cats aggravate skydiver in season premiere of ‘My Cat From Hell’

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Jackson Galaxy with a cat pal in an episode of “My Cat From Hell” on Animal Planet.

My Cat From Hell (8pm, Animal Planet) - In the Season 5 premiere, Jackson Galaxy helps a skydiver whose two energetic Savannahs have started to tear up his skydiving gear. Also, a couple’s Maine coon cat defecates all over the house -- and covers it up with their stuff.

We Could Be King (8pm, ESPN2) - A 90-minute documentary chronicling the forced merger of two rival Philadelphia high school football teams due to school district budget cuts. Director Judd Ehrlich depicts the teams’ efforts to work together as well as the players’ lives off the field.

Deadliest Catch (8pm, Discovery) - A shortened fishing season puts added pressure on the captains in the Season 10 premiere.

Starving in Suburbia (8pm, Lifetime) - In this new Lifetime movie, a 17-year-old girl becomes an obsessive follower of an online community devoted to anorexia as a life choice, while her parents desperately try to get her the help she needs.

Orphan Black (9pm, BBC America) - Sarah gets Art to help her find Kira and is shocked when she learns where the trail leads.

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