What to Watch on Saturday: ‘Rake’ banished to Saturday nights
04/05/2014 6:00 AM
04/03/2014 4:11 PM
Rake (8pm, Fox) - It’s definitely not a good sign that Fox has shuffled this Greg Kinnear dramedy off to Saturday nights and is burning the episodes off two at a time. If you’re a fan, enjoy while you can. Tonight, Keegan (Kinnear) solicits support for Scarlet’s DA campaign from a popular former governor of California, but is unnerved by Maddy’s choice of a political consultant. In the second hour, Keegan defends a doctor who’s accused of animal cruelty after an explicit video is stolen. Sheesh.
NCAA Tournament - The Final Four games are on TNT tonight starting with Florida vs. Connecticut at 6 and then Wisconsin vs. Florida at 8:30. You can check the CBS online schedule for details.
The Trials of Cate McCall (8pm, Lifetime) - A new Lifetime movie about a lawyer in recovery and on probation, who tries to get reinstated to the bar by taking on the appeal of a woman wrongfully convicted of murder.
Celebrity Ghost Stories (9pm, Lifetime Movie Network) - Louis Gossett Jr. is attacked by violent ghosts while filming in Louisiana. How can you not watch that?
Lucky in Love (9pm, Hallmark) - In this new Hallmark movie, a woman dreams about her ideal life, and the fantasy turns into reality after a few April Fool’s Day jokes.
Saturday Night Live (11:30pm, NBC) - Anna Kendrick hosts with Pharrell as the music guest.
100 Huntley Street (6am, Reelz) - A heads-up for your DVR: Raleigh native Webb Simpson is a guest on this new Reelz talk show early Sunday morning. Here’s the description of the episode: “Professional golfer Webb Simpson plays his favorite sport for a living, gets to travel the world, and has a wife and family. To some, it sounds like the perfect life. But even though Simpson calls himself the “happiest guy he knows,” his life hasn’t been without challenges. The U.S. Open winner and his wife, Dowd Keith Simpson, discuss how they persevered at times when their marriage and faith were challenged.”
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