ALSO SEE: NFL 2019 TV Schedule
All Times Eastern.
Saturday, Oct. 26
2019 World Series: Game 4: Washington at Houston
FOX, 8pm Live
The Houston Astros struck back with a 4-1 win over the Washington Nationals in World Series Game 3. The Nationals lead the series 2-1 as Game 4 takes place tonight in D.C.
ABC, CBS, ESPN, FOX & FS1, beginning at 12pm Live
Top games on the college gridiron include Wisconsin at Ohio State (FOX), Oklahoma at Kansas State (ABC), Auburn at LSU (CBS), Penn State at Michigan State (ABC), Texas at TCU (FOX), Arkansas at Alabama (ESPN), Notre Dame at Michigan (ABC), Cal at Utah (FS1) and Washington State at Oregon (ESPN).
Figure Skating: ISU Grand Prix Series: Skate America
NBC airs encore coverage of figure skating’s ISU Grand Prix Series Skate America event at Orleans Arena in Las Vegas.
NBCSN, beginning at 7pm Live
The Stanley Cup champion St. Louis Blues visit the Boston Bruins in a rematch of the 2019 finals series. Then in an all-Canadian matchup, the Calgary Flames hit the road to take on the Winnipeg Jets.
Christmas Wishes & Mistletoe Kisses
Hallmark Channel, 8pm
Jill Wagner stars alongside Matthew Davis and Donna Mills as Abbey, a single mom who has given up on her career as a talented interior designer. When she is contracted by Grinch-like billionaire Nick Sinclair (Davis) to decorate his estate for a gala, she rediscovers her passion for her career and thaws Nick’s heart. “Matthew Davis is from The Vampire Diaries, and it’s his first Hallmark movie,” says Wagner. “I can’t wait to show him the ropes!”
The Road Home for Christmas
When Lindsay (Marla Sokoloff) and Wes (Rob Mayes) — rival musicians in a dueling piano show — find themselves without a gig on Christmas Eve, they decide to drive together to their neighboring hometowns. As the road trip progresses, romantic high jinks ensue, including a flock of Santa conventioneers, a Nativity play in need of saving and a Nashville performance with music royalty (Marie Osmond).
Travel Channel, 10pm
Maverick paranormal explorer Dakota Laden takes his sister Chelsea and best friend Tanner across the country in an RV to spend the night in the most haunted locations in America. The goal: to face their deepest, darkest fears and prove that the only way we can understand the paranormal is if we push ourselves to the limits of fear and overcome the terror it creates in us.
Sunday, Oct. 27
Figure Skating: ISU Grand Prix Series: Skate Canada
2018 U.S. champion Bradie Tennell headlines NBC Sports’ coverage of Skate Canada from Kelowna, B.C. Tennell competes alongside 2018 Olympic silver medalist Yevgenia Medvedeva of Russia, as well as 15-year-old Aleksandra Trusova, who makes her senior Grand Prix debut. Two-time Olympic gold medalist Yuzuru Hanyu of Japan is expected to headline the men’s event, while reigning U.S. champions and two-time world medalists Madison Hubbell and Zach Donohue are the top names in the ice dance event. Terry Gannon handles play-by-play for NBC, joined by 1998 Olympic gold medalist Tara Lipinski and three-time U.S. champion Johnny Weir.
A Christmas Movie Christmas
After making wishes to Santa, Eve (Lana McKissack) and her cynical sister Lacy (Kimberly Daugherty) wake up and find themselves trapped inside a Christmas movie where they are the stars. But when things start to go wrong, the sisters try to find a way out of the picture-perfect Christmas and back to reality. Brant Daugherty and Ryan Merriman also star.
Batwoman: “Who Are You?”
The CW, 8pm
A new villain with an eye for all things that sparkle drops in on the city. Kate (Ruby Rose) attempts to find a balance between her personal life and her new role as Gotham’s guardian. Catherine (Elizabeth Anweis) has an uncomfortable encounter with Alice (Rachel Skarsten), who always seems to be one step ahead of the Kane family.
Deadline: Crime With Tamron Hall: “Innocence Lost”
Investigation Discovery, 8pm
In July 2006, 22-year-old Tori Vienneau and her 10-month-old son Dean are both found strangled in their home. As San Diego police delve into Tori’s life, they uncover a complicated romance, a startling revelation and evidence to make an arrest.
No Time Like Christmas
After Emma (Kyla Pratt) finds her college boyfriend’s engraved watch at a vintage jewelry shop, her sister Bronwyn (Rachel McLaren) believes it is a sign and decides to play cupid by secretly sending Emma to the same Vermont bed and breakfast as her long-ago love (Ed Ruttle). Jim O’Heir also stars.
Town Hall America With Harris Faulkner: “Police Emergency”
FOX News Channel, 8pm
FOX News Channel presents a special live town hall meeting at FOX News headquarters in New York City. Outnumbered Overtime anchor Harris Faulkner moderates the conversation focused on the growing dangers law enforcement officials are facing across the country. Held in front of a studio audience made up of law enforcement community members, the meeting highlights discussions surrounding recent acts of threats and violence against police officers, in addition to featuring interviews with New York State Assemblyman Mike LiPetri (R), Chicago community activist Andrew Holmes, Fraternal Order of Police Vice President Joe Gamaldi, and others.
NFL Football: Green Bay at Kansas City
NBC, 8:15pm Live
A shootout might be in store tonight on Sunday Night Football as the Green Bay Packers face the Chiefs at Kansas City’s Arrowhead Stadium.
The Top Ten Revealed: “Rockin’ Ghoulish Songs”
AXS TV, 8:30pm
Host Katie Daryl is joined by a panel of music experts — Randy Jackson, Dee Snider, Sebastian Bach, Bruce Kullick and more — to count down Halloween favorites like Michael Jackson’s “Thriller,” Ozzy Osbourne’s “Bark at the Moon,” Oingo Boingo’s “Dead Man’s Party” and other classic creepy tunes.
Rise of the Supercarrier: “Trials at Sea”
Smithsonian Channel, 9pm
In the third and final episode, the grueling sea trials near an end, but not before HMS Queen Elizabeth moves at greater speeds to make a dramatic rendezvous with American carrier USS George H.W. Bush and a major battle group of international warships. For the first time, the ship’s key innovation, the automatic flight-deck firefighting system, is tested. The supercarrier marks an astonishing naval centenary with a visit to the Orkney Islands off of Scotland, 100 years to the day after an aircraft first successfully landed on a moving vessel. Before heading to her home port, the warship receives a special visit by her namesake, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth.
NCIS: Los Angeles: “Provenance”
In the new episode “Provenance,” the NCIS team searches for a stolen painting valued at $40 million after online chatter indicates the artwork is being sold on the black market to fund terrorist activity.
The Rookie: “Tough Love”
As part of their second phase of training, the rookies are asked to develop their first confidential informants. Officer Nolan (Nathan Fillion) soon discovers that no two informants are the same and struggles with his newest task. Meanwhile, Officer Chen’s (Melissa O’Neil) mother complicates her home life when she comes to stay with her.
E! True Hollywood Story: “Horror Movies: Cursed or Coincidence?”
Zak Bagans — paranormal investigator, author, collector and founder of The Haunted Museum in Las Vegas — discusses with actress Linda Blair (The Exorcist) and others horrifying tales from film sets, including bone-chilling incidents actors experienced during and after production, and the terror-inducing haunted objects that inspired some of the scariest movies of all time.
The biting satire of the tech industry begins its sixth and final season. At the end of last season, the Pied Piper team was expanding after a rare victory against their competitor Hooli.
Madam Secretary: “Valor”
Henry (Tim Daly) encounters surprising resistance in his fight for legislation that helps Veterans Affairs provide better mental health care in the new episode “Valor.”
Based on a novel by Tom Perrotta, Mrs. Fletcher is the coming-of-age story of empty-nest mother Eve Fletcher (Kathryn Hahn) and her college freshman son, Brendan (Jackson White). When Brendan leaves for school, Eve has a sexual awakening. On the other hand, Brendan used to be the popular guy in high school, but he’s not having the same success with the college ladies.
Monday, Oct. 28
Agatha Raisin & the Haunted House
This Halloween-themed special is the Season 3 premiere of the popular Acorn TV mystery series starring Emmy-nominated actress Ashley Jensen and based on MC Beaton’s best-selling novels. The series follows Agatha, a London PR whizz turned amateur sleuth, who becomes entangled in mischief, mayhem and murder when she opts for early retirement in a small village in the Cotswolds. Drawn into various mysteries, Agatha attempts to solve the crimes — often in rather unorthodox and amusing ways. In Season 3, Agatha is on the verge of a new era; reconciled with James Lacey and launching her own detective agency. However, when the agency fails to attract any clients, James suggests they investigate a legendary haunted house as the perfect opportunity to drum up business. No one was expecting their first case to be quite so spooky.
“The Simpsons: Treehouse of Horror” Marathon
FXX, beginning at 6pm
FXX conjures up a 12-episode marathon of The Simpsons Halloween specials beginning with the first “Treehouse of Horror” from Season 2 in 1990.
The Neighborhood: “Welcome to the Wagon”
Dave (Max Greenfield) and Tina (Tichina Arnold) discover a common bond when they attend a concert together in the new episode “Welcome to the Wagon.”
All American: “They Reminisce Over You”
The CW, 8pm
When Spencer (Daniel Ezra) tries to talk to Layla (Greta Onieogou) about what is going on, things don’t work out quite as he hoped. It’s Billy (Taye Diggs), Corey (guest star Chad Coleman) and Grace’s (Karimah Westbrook) 25th high school reunion, which brings up a lot of memories and unfinished business.
NFL Football: Miami at Pittsburgh
ESPN, 8pm Live
The Pittsburgh Steelers welcome Ryan Fitzpatrick and the Miami Dolphins into Heinz Field for a Week 8 Monday Night Football matchup on ESPN.
Athena (Angela Bassett) and the 118 respond to bizarre emergency calls on Halloween, including a flock of crows terrorizing a field trip, an office employee having a close encounter with an eight-limbed creature and a ghost-like girl wandering a neighborhood.
The Voice: “The Battles, Part 5/The Knockouts Premiere”
The Battle Rounds conclude and the Knockout Rounds begin with coaches Kelly Clarkson, John Legend, Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani’s strongest team members remaining from the Battles. The artists will be paired against a teammate once more, but this time they will each select their own song to perform individually, while their direct competitor watches and waits. Global pop icon Taylor Swift will serve as a Mega Mentor and be on hand to work with all of the coaches and their teams as they prepare the artists for this challenge. The Knockouts continue tomorrow night.
Princess Diana’s Wicked Stepmother
Smithsonian Channel, 8pm
This one-hour special examines the icy relationship between Princess Diana and her stepmother, Countess Raine Spencer. Candid interviews with insiders paint the picture of a backstabbing rivalry between the two women that ended with a surprising twist.
Below Deck: “Weekend at Brandy’s II”
Charter guest Brandy continues to stress the entire crew with her intoxicated shenanigans, culminating in an emergency beach rescue. When Brian breaks an expensive piece of equipment, Ashton begins to see cracks in his deck team. Meanwhile, Tanner gets stood up for a date with another crew member, and Kevin manages to insult Captain Lee two different ways in a single evening.
All Rise: “Fool for Liv”
In the new episode “Fool for Liv,” Lola (Simone Missick) contends with a fame-hungry defendant (guest star Bianca Santos) and a circus-like courtroom while presiding over a celebrity’s murder trial.
Prodigal Son: “All Souls and Sadists”
When Bright (Tom Payne) uncovers a childhood photo of himself and his murderous father Martin (Michael Sheen), he is forced to focus on repressed childhood memories.
The series starring James Franco and Maggie Gyllenhaal, which chronicles the era when Times Square served as the heart of America’s sex trade, comes to an end after three seasons.
Bluff City Law: “The All-American”
Sydney (Caitlin McGee) and Elijah (Jimmy Smits) try two separate cases for an ex-college football star who is dying. Della (Jayne Atkinson) is presented with a lifetime achievement award from the LGBTQ community.
Tuesday, Oct. 29
NHL Hockey: Tampa Bay at N.Y. Rangers
NBCSN, 7:30pm Live
Steven Stamkos and the Tampa Bay Lightning are at New York’s Madison Square Garden to skate against Mika Zibanejad and the Rangers on NBCSN.
The Conners: “Nightmare on Lunch Box Street”
Jackie (Laurie Metcalf) learns that the Chinese restaurant is going out of business and sees an opportunity to reopen the Lunch Box, but she’s caught by surprise when she uncovers a secret. Meanwhile, Mary (Jayden Rey) gets upset when a woman assumes she is adopted, and Darlene (Sara Gilbert) continues to deal with her complicated love life.
The Flash: “There Will Be Blood”
The CW, 8pm
Barry’s (Grant Gustin) efforts to prepare Cisco (Carlos Valdes) for Crisis are derailed when Cisco schemes to save Barry’s life instead. Meanwhile, Ramsey Rosso (guest star Sendhil Ramamurthy) uses his deadly new abilities to save his own life, while sacrificing his humanity in the process.
This Is Us: “The Club”
Kate (Chrissy Metz) and Toby (Chris Sullivan) try to make time for their marriage. Jack (Milo Ventimiglia) attempts to prove himself to Rebecca’s (Mandy Moore) father. Randall (Sterling K. Brown) struggles to find his place with the other councilmen.
New Amsterdam: “Righteous Right Hand”
When a group of women on a retreat end up in the ED, Max (Ryan Eggold) gets some troubling information that could put a patient in jeopardy. Meanwhile, Sharpe (Freema Agyeman) and Kapoor (Anupam Kher) work together to mend fences between two feuding sisters.
Wednesday, Oct. 30
ESPN, beginning at 7:30pm Live
Giannis Antetokounmpo and the Milwaukee Bucks face Kemba Walker and the Celtics in Boston in the first game of ESPN’s NBA doubleheader. The second game features Kawhi Leonard and the L.A. Clippers in Salt Lake City to take on Mike Conley and the Utah Jazz.
World’s Biggest Ghost Hunt: Pennhurst Asylum
In this chilling special, five fearless investigators lock themselves inside the legendary asylum for two weeks to document unexplained reports of paranormal activity in the longest continuously filmed paranormal investigation in television history.
Chicago Med: “It’s All in the Family”
Dr. Manning’s (Torrey DeVitto) actions with a recent patient lead to serious repercussions. April (Yaya DaCosta) and Noah (Roland Buck III) disagree over a patient who is injured after a beating. Dr. Charles (Oliver Platt) is visited by a childhood friend with a surprising revelation.
NHL Hockey: Minnesota at St. Louis
NBCSN, 8pm Live
Central Division rivals take to the ice at Enterprise Center in St. Louis as the Minnesota Wild get a case of the Blues on NBCSN’s Wednesday Night Hockey.
Modern Family: “The Last Halloween”
Phil (Ty Burrell) is determined to finally scare Claire (Julie Bowen) on Halloween. Meanwhile, for the first time, Gloria (Sofia Vergara) is feeling self-conscious about her age when someone correctly assumes she is Jay’s (Ed O’Neill) wife; and Mitch (Jesse Tyler Ferguson) and Cam (Eric Stonestreet) head to the WeHo Halloween Carnival after Lily (Aubrey Anderson-Emmons) decides to go to her first Halloween party alone.
Chicago Fire: “What Went Wrong”
Cruz (Joe Minoso) and Severide (Taylor Kinney) suspect foul play when a fire started by an elderly woman turns deadly. Kidd (Miranda Rae Mayo), Foster (Annie Ilonzeh) and Brett (Kara Killmer) create a women’s-only lounge. Firehouse 51 celebrates some good news.
S.W.A.T.: “The LBC”
SWAT and the Long Beach Police Department team up in a joint investigation when criminals steal a mass arsenal of LAPD assault rifles in the new episode “The LBC.”
Chicago P.D.: “False Positive”
The shocking murder of young boys affects Halstead (Jesse Lee Soffer). Crawford (Paul Adelstein) encourages Intelligence to use a new facial-recognition software to help identify a suspect, but the plan backfires.
Travel Channel, 10pm
Season 4 of the cult-classic series returns as the Appalachian Investigators of Mysterious Sightings (AIMS), a rip-roarin’ group of self-proclaimed “hillbilly hunters,” treks through the depths of Appalachia’s mountain forests, searching for creatures of mythical origins and determined to track down proof that these monsters still roam this region today.
Baroness von Sketch Show
IFC, 12am (late-night)
The award-winning, all-female sketch comedy series returns for Season 4 and has also been renewed for Season 5.
Thursday, Oct. 31
Horror Classics: Horror Double Features
TCM, beginning at 6am
All day on Halloween, Turner Classic Movies airs back-to-back features of two titles sharing a theme — from ’30s Horror to Haunted Houses to Horror Anthologies and more. Among the movies you’ll see today are Freaks (1932), House on Haunted Hill (1958), Black Sabbath (1963), Bride of Frankenstein (1935) and more.
“The Simpsons: Treehouse of Horror” Marathon
FXX, beginning at 9:30am
Prepare for an invasion by Kang and Kodos as FXX treats viewers to a marathon of 28 “Treehouse of Horror” Halloween episodes.
“Hocus Pocus” Marathon
Freeform, beginning at 12:30pm
If you love the 1993 flick starring Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker and Kathy Najimy, Freeform is airing an almost 12-hour-long marathon to make your Halloween extra witchy.
Grey’s Anatomy: “Whistlin’ Past the Graveyard”
Alex (Justin Chambers) is hoping to impress investors at Pac-Gen North, but when he hears disturbing news about skeletons on the construction site grounds, he enlists Richard (James Pickens Jr.) to help with distraction tactics. Teddy (Kim Raver) feels the pressure to be super-mom after tasking herself with creating original Halloween costumes for Allison and Leo.
The Very Very Best of the ’70s
AXS TV, 8pm
Season 2 of the countdown series concludes with a celebration of the most iconic horror movies of the 1970s. Host Katie Daryl and guests like George Wallace, Mindy Cohn, Dee Wallace and Barry Williams share their thoughts on big-screen shockers like Dawn of the Dead (1978), The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974) and many more.
The 13 Scariest Movies of All Time
The CW, 8pm
What makes a scary movie scary? Find out as Dean Cain counts down the scariest movies of all time, with guest appearances by Elizabeth Stanton and Garrett Clayton; Jackie Fabulous; Darrin Butters and Ezra Weiss; Brandon Rogers; Katherine Murray and Noah Matthews; Ron Pearson; Mikalah Gordon; and Neel Ghosh and Sheridan Pierce.
College Football: West Virginia at Baylor
ESPN, 8pm Live
The Baylor Bears welcome their Big 12 rivals, the West Virginia Mountaineers, to McLane Stadium in Waco, Texas, for a Halloween matchup on ESPN.
NFL Football: San Francisco at Arizona
FOX & NFL Network, 8pm Live
Jimmy Garoppolo and the San Francisco 49ers haunt State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Ariz., for a Halloween Thursday Night Football fight against Kyler Murray and the Cardinals.
Perfect Harmony: “Halle-Boo-Yah”
When Ginny (Anna Camp) tries to step into a new management role at work, Arthur (Bradley Whitford) helps her overcome her fears of inadequacy. And when Dwayne (Geno Segers) opts out of a longstanding Halloween tradition, Wayne (Will Greenberg) fears that they’re growing apart.
The Good Place: “A Chip Driver Mystery”
One of the new residents creates a division in the ranks.
Ghost Adventures: Curse of the Harrisville Farmhouse
Travel Channel, 9pm
This special two-hour Halloween episode of Ghost Adventures finds the crew investigating the Rhode Island home of the Perron family, whose horrifying hauntings were portrayed in the hit film The Conjuring.
Law & Order: SVU: “Murdered at a Bad Address”
The case of a teenage girl assaulted in the projects leads to a startling discovery. Benson (Mariska Hargitay) puts her trust in someone from her past.
Friday, Nov. 1
Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan
Amazon Prime Video
Season 2 of the action thriller follows CIA officer Jack Ryan (John Krasinski) as he tracks a shipment of illegal arms to the Venezuelan jungle and heads to South America to investigate. The investigation threatens to uncover a global conspiracy that sends Jack and his fellow operatives on a global mission spanning the United States, U.K., Russia and Venezuela.
Fire in Paradise
On the morning of Nov. 8, 2018, a seemingly small fire broke out in Butte County, Calif., near the town of Paradise. Over the course of a few short hours, the Camp Fire grew into the country’s deadliest wildfire. This film uses firsthand footage of the disaster and personal interviews with survivors and emergency responders to tell the story of the tragic event.
Based on the acclaimed Broadway play, this film tells the story of Kendra Ellis-Connor (Kerry Washington), the mother of a missing teenage boy, as she struggles to put the pieces together in a South Florida police station. Steven Pasquale, Jeremy Jordan and Eugene Lee also reprise their stage roles in this adaptation, which presents four distinct viewpoints.
Hal (Timothée Chalamet), wayward prince and reluctant heir to the English throne, has turned his back on royal life and is living among the people. But when his tyrannical father dies, Hal is crowned King Henry V and forced to embrace the life he had previously tried to escape. Joel Edgerton, Sean Harris, Ben Mendelsohn and Robert Pattinson also star.
Queer Eye: We’re in Japan!
Queer Eye’s Fab Five — Antoni Porowski, Bobby Berk, Jonathan Van Ness, Karamo Brown and Tan France — bring their expertise to helping people in Tokyo, working with Kiko Mizuhara as their guide and Naomi Watanabe as special guest comedian while learning and experiencing Japanese culture firsthand.
America’s Most Musical Family
This new family music competition invites 30 family bands to compete in front of celebrity judges Ciara, David Dobrik and Debbie Gibson and host Nick Lachey for a chance to earn a recording contract with Republic Records and a $250,000 cash prize.
American Housewife: “Girls’ Night Out”
With Katie’s (Katy Mixon) 40th birthday fast approaching, her self-esteem starts to wane. Greg (Diedrich Bader) encourages her to go out and enjoy a night on the town with the girls, even suggesting she leave her wedding ring behind for a night of faux-single, silly fun.
Hawaii Five-0: “A’ohe Pau ka ’ike i ka Halau Ho’okahi (All Knowledge Is Not Learned in Just One School)”
Five-0 investigates when a deadly hit-and-run involves a driverless car carrying heroin in the new episode “A’ohe Pau ka ’ike i ka Halau Ho’okahi (All Knowledge Is Not Learned in Just One School).”
Your Family or Your Life
Dr. Kathy Meyer’s (Jennie Garth) perfect world is turned upside down after her attorney husband is found dead of an apparent suicide. It’s an open-and-shut case for the police, but for Kathy it’s an impossibility, and her husband’s strangely worded suicide note points toward foul play. With the help of her daughter April (Garth’s real-life daughter, Luca Bella) and best friend Michelle (Alexandra LeMosle), Kathy decides to investigate and must not only catch her husband’s killer, but also make sure she and her daughter aren’t the next victims.
The Blacklist: “Norman Devane”
Liz (Megan Boone) and the task force investigate an infamous assassin who has a long history of weaponizing diseases but has now turned to even more insidious activities. Meanwhile, Red (James Spader) and Dembe (Hisham Tawfiq) travel to Cuba in search of a lead, and Aram (Amir Arison) considers a new relationship.
Magnum P.I.: “Lie, Cheat, Steal, Kill”
In the new episode “Lie, Cheat, Steal, Kill,” Magnum (Jay Hernandez) must help his defense attorney girlfriend (guest star Brooke Lyons) when she realizes that the client she successfully defended in a murder trial is actually guilty.
Two Turtle Doves
Hallmark Movies & Mysteries, 9pm
Dr. Sharon Harper (Nikki DeLoach) returns home to settle the estate of her recently deceased and much beloved grandmother and searches for a family heirloom — an ornament featuring two turtle doves. With the help of recent widower Sam (Michael Rady) and his adorable little girl, she rediscovers the magic of Christmas.
Great Performances: “42nd Street”
Tap-dance along to this classic musical about a starry-eyed performer who gets her big break on Broadway. The show features iconic songs including “Lullaby of Broadway,” “We’re in the Money” and more.
Blue Bloods: “Glass Houses”
Frank (Tom Selleck) is conflicted about how to deal with a former cop’s (guest star Evan Arthur Hall) gripe about his pension in the new episode “Glass Houses.”
The first season of the documentary series that takes viewers behind closed doors alongside real couples undergoing weekly therapy sessions comes to an end.
In the Long Run
Idris Elba (Luther, The Wire) created and stars in this series based on his experience growing up in East London in the 1980s. The series follows a family from Sierra Leone living in London who find their quiet life upended when the father’s brother arrives from the homeland bringing laughter, music and chaos with him.
Long Lost Family: “I’m the Only One Left”
Another emotional episode is ahead as cohost Lisa Joyner helps a man find answers to why his adoption was part of an illegal baby-selling scheme. And a breast cancer survivor finds strength in letters written by her birth mother to beat cancer and tasks Chris Jacobs to help locate her.
Ghost Nation: “A Legendary Haunting”
Travel Channel, 10pm
Jason Hawes, Steve Gonsalves and Dave Tango team up with a paranormal paramedic for a case in Halifax, Va., that has more activity than he’s ever experienced. The investigation gets turned upside down after a sketch is drawn of a terrifying female apparition.
Saturday, Nov. 2
My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Holiday’s Unwrapped
Discovery Family Channel, 11:30am
In this hourlong adventure, Pinkie Pie braves an epic snowball fight to deliver a soufflé to Rarity and preserve an annual holiday tradition.
CBS & NBC, beginning at 2:30pm Live
The Virginia Tech Hokies head to iconic Notre Dame Stadium for a showdown with the Fighting Irish on NBC. Over on CBS, the Georgia Bulldogs, led by quarterback Jake Fromm, take on the Florida Gators in the classic SEC rivalry game in Jacksonville, Fla.
Merry & Bright
Hallmark Channel, 8pm
Jodie Sweetin and Andrew Walker star as Cate and Gabe, who work together to make a candy cane company profitable and find love during the holidays. Sharon Lawrence also stars.
It’s Christmas at the Treeline Ski Resort, where Holly (Melissa Joan Hart) is the event coordinator at her family’s lodge. But when her college sweetheart (Ricardo Chavira), now widowed with two children, checks in, Holly discovers she has her own reservations about life and love. Ted McGinley, Michael Gross and Markie Post also star.
Horse Racing: Longines Breeders’ Cup Classic
NBC, 8pm Live
With a disappointing Triple Crown season and the deaths of more than 30 horses at Santa Anita Park in Arcadia, Calif., it’s been a rough year for horse racing. An exciting finish at the $6 million Longines Breeders’ Cup Classic tonight at Santa Anita might help heal the ailing sport.
Seven Worlds, One Planet
BBC America, 9pm
BBC America launches its new programming initiative called Wonderstruck, devoting every Saturday to nature and wildlife documentaries. The launch includes a sneak peek at Seven Worlds, One Planet, the event series that will debut in early 2020.
Ghost Adventures: “Albion Castle”
Travel Channel, 9pm
Zak Bagans and the crew are in San Francisco investigating a mysterious castle built on top of sacred caverns said to be haunted by a female apparition. The current owners claim to be plagued by paranormal activity in almost every corner of the property.
Saturday Night Live: “Kristen Stewart”
NBC, 11:30pm Live
Kristen Stewart, who stars in this month’s theatrical release Charlie’s Angels, makes her second appearance as SNL host.