Over on cable, BBC America has the third season finale of The Graham Norton Show, FOX Reality has the second season finale of The Academy, and Sci Fi has the TV movie premiere of Anaconda 3.
The Office (NBC): Repeats. Michael tries to keep Karen from stealing away Stanley in “Branch Wars” and then he heads out into the woods on his own in “Survivorman.” Both episodes are from this past season.
Law & Order (NBC): Repeat. Lupo and Green are investigating the deaths of two teens found dead in a car near a playground, in “Driven” from this past season.
Eli Stone (ABC): Repeat. Eli has a vision that allows him to see things from his brother’s point of view, which gives him a chance to go back and say goodbye to his father, in “Heartbeat.”
48 Mystery (CBS): Repeat. Investigative reports that focus on crimes and the criminals behind them.
EliteXC Saturday Nigh Fights (CBS): New. The mixed martial arts action tonight will feature Robbie Lawler defending his middleweight title against Scott Smith in the main event. Others that will be fighting are Nick Diaz, Shayna Baszler and Jake Shields. Scheduled to run two hours, but that didn’t exactly work out the first time around.
Robin Hood (BBC America): Repeat. Last week’s episode, “Treasure of the Nation,” replays. Plays again later.
Robin Hood (BBC America): New. Robin and the gang in up in mortal peril as the Sheriff begins to put in motion a plan to kill the king. Plays again later.
Saturday Night Live (E!): Repeat. Natalie Portman hosted with musical guest Fall Out Boy. Plays again later.
Bravo has five episodes of Shear Genius.
Discovery Channel has nine episodes of Deadliest Catch.
Hallmark Channel has six TV movies that are based on Janette Oke novels: Love Comes Softly, Love’s Enduring Promise, Love’s Long Journey, Love’s Abiding Joy, Love’s Unending Legacy, and Love’s Unfolding Dream.
Nickelodeon has nine hours of Hannah Montana.
Sci Fi has eight two-hour TV movies that involve snakes.
USA has seven episodes of NCIS.