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What to Watch on Saturday: Unable to resist the ‘Chrisley’ marathon

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Todd Chrisley (left) and his son, Chase Chrisley, from the show “Chrisley Knows Best” on USA.

Chrisley Knows Best (7pm, USA) - Forgive me, TV gods, but I find Todd Chrisley hilariously funny. Odd and overly indulgent, sure, but no one can say he isn’t an “involved” parent (the episode where he takes away his kids’ cell phones is a classic). There’s a marathon of the first season of “Chrisley Knows Best” from 7-11 tonight, and I for one will have the DVR fired up. The new season starts Oct. 14.

Too Cute! (8pm, Animal Planet) - The “pint-sized” run of episodes continues with a look at German shepherd puppies, English mastiff puppies and a Small Munsterlander.

Unforgettable (8pm, CBS) - The murder of a CEO leads Carrie and Al to dig into the secrets of students and faculty at an elite prep school where the victim’s child attended.

Sole Custody (8pm, Lifetime) - A woman fights to prove her son is alive when she discovers that her ex-husband faked the boys death to ruin her life.

Outlander (9pm, Starz) - Claire plots to escape during the Castle’s Gathering ceremony, but encounters with Jamie and a drunken Dougal alter her plans.

Doctor Who (9pm, BBC America) - A Dalek fleet surrounds a lone rebel ship, and the Doctor is the only one who can help.

Hell on Wheels (9pm, AMC) - A stranger’s arrival stirs up old feelings in Cullen and puts his family at risk. Meanwhile, the Swede faces consequences at Fort Smith.

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