What to watch on Saturday, February 6...
Super Bowl’s Greatest Commercials All-Star Countdown
Kevin Frazier hosts a look at 10 favorite advertisements, including the one with the funny animal, the one with the funny little kid, and the one with the funny existentially crushing pressure of late-capitalist era consumerism.
MOVIE PREMIERE, 8pm, Lifetime
Manson’s Lost Girls
Based on the story of women who became members of Charles Manson’s homicidal cult, this drama centers on Linda Kasabian from her arrival at Manson’s commune through her escape and her contribution to putting the madman behind bars.
Adam and Jamie add some unpaid assistants to their ranks in “Volunteer Special,” testing such thrilling myths as zombie apocalypse preparation and waiting-in-line techniques.
DOCUMENTARY PREMIERE, 9pm, HBO
Jim: The James Foley Story
A profile of the journalist who was kidnapped in Syria in 2012 and became the first U.S. citizen murdered by ISIS in 2014. The documentary includes interviews with loved ones, journalists, and fellow hostages.
Flint tests Silver’s limits, Rackham seizes control, and Vane faces a tough decision. Meanwhile, Nassau prepares to repel an invasion.
Beowulf and Rate scour the forest for the missing Slean and Thane Scorannn, where they encounter plenty of woodland dangers but dispiritingly few friendly, singing animals. In the meantime, Scorann’s absence is putting a crimp on Rheda’s leadership bid.