What to watch on Saturday, November 21...
11:30am, Discovery Family
My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic
Tony Award winner Lena Hall stops by Ponyville in “The Mane Attraction,” as Applejack comes to the aid of an old friend who’s now a pop star—and who’s potentially being exploited by her manager.
Jim Henson’s Turkey Hollow
Mary Steenburgen, Jay Harrington, and Chris “Ludacris” Bridges star in this film based on a story and characters created by Henson in 1968. The tale centers on a recently divorced father and his children who visit a kooky aunt for Thanksgiving. Naturally, mysterious adventures ensue.
Da Vinci’s Demons
Paranoia drives a wedge between Leonardo and his friends in “Anima Venator.” Elsewhere, Lucrezia keeps a step ahead of danger as she tries to atone for her past sins.
9pm, BBC America
In “Face the Raven,” a voyage to a magical alien world hidden within a London street leads the Doctor, Clara, and Rigsy to another old friend: immortal Viking Ashildr. Oh, it also leads to some ferocious beasties and a death sentence, but y’know, that sort of thing goes with the territory.
Ash vs. Evil Dead
Ash and the gang get a new clue and a new ally in “Brujo,” while Ruby helps Fisher and shares her family's ties to the Deadites.
“Carrot & Stick” finds the brothers forced into a thorny partnership with Nelson Clay, while Julie decides to get proactive and Martin remains a source of tension in his new environs.
Berg and Jérôme’s investigation leads them to probe Victor/Louis’ past, so get ready to recalibrate your Creepy Meter. Meanwhile in “Virgil,” Lucy tells Simon that she gave his baby to his birth parents, and Serge leads Léna to a family reunion in the Domaine.
Saturday Night Live
The combination of laid-back host Matthew McConaughey and tearjerking musical guest Adelethreatens to conjure an emotional twister in Studio 8H, the likes of which haven’t been seen on TV since Jessie Spano got hooked on caffeine pills.