Saturday nights on CBS will soon be the first network TV home for mixed martial arts fighting, as four two hour specials will air each year. CBS has signed a multi-year deal with ProElite, Inc. No word yet on when the first of these specials will premiere.
Old School (ABC): Released 2003. Three friends try to recapture their youth by starting an off-campus fraternity. Runs two hours. Even with commercials and edited for TV, this is a better option than going to see Will Ferrell’s new movie Semi-Pro this weekend.
Jimmy Kimmel Live’s All-Star Salute to Jimmy Kimmel Live! (ABC): Clips of past guests and comedy bits from the late night talk show.
Law & Order: Criminal Intent (NBC): Repeat. Logan and Falacci are up and are investigating an execution style shooting of some college students.
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (NBC): Repeat. A couple of extremists looking for some publicity may be behind the theft of some embryos.
Law & Order (NBC): Repeat. Three roommates are found dead and it looks like it may be a murder suicide until it is uncovered that one of them had a relationship with prominent political figure.
Bill Engvall’s Here’s Your Sign Awards (CMT): New. The comic gives away $10,000 to the funniest home video. Plays again Sunday afternoon and night and multiple more times next week.
Torchwood (BBC America): New. The team is investigating mysterious deaths at a sinister medical clinic. Last week’s episode,” Adam,” replays right before.
George Carlin: It’s Bad For Ya (HBO) New. The now 70-year-old comedian talks about manufactured heroes, bumper-sticker philosophy, over involvement of parents and general stupidity.
ABC Family has Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone followed by Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets.
G4 has 15 episodes of Cheaters early and five episodes of Attack of the Show! tonight.
Hallmark Channel has six two-hour Mystery Woman TV movies starring Kellie Martin.
MTV has six episodes of America’s Next Top Model early and another five later.
MTV2 has a Jackass: 24 Hour Takeover.
Spike TV has Kill Bill Vol. 1 & 2 tonight.
Style has six episodes of Clean House.
USA has 14 episodes of NCIS.
WE has six episodes of 48 Hours.
What do you watch on a Saturday night?