2018 Wimbledon Championships / 9:00am (ESPN) Romania’s Simona Halep, currently the world’s top-ranked ladies player, came into the All-England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club in Wimbledon on the heels of her first Grand Slam title at the French Open after losing in the final at the Australian Open. Will she be left standing today for the ladies final of the Wimbledon Championships?
NASCAR Racing / 7:30pm (NBCSP) Kentucky Speedway in Sparta is the location of one of newer races on the Monster Energy Cup Series circuit, having been run since only 2011. Yet, Brad Keselowski has found a niche at the 1.5-mile tri-oval, winning three of the seven races held there so far. Ironically, current Cup standings leader Kyle Busch has won two of these events, and a third would go a long way toward widening his lead. Truth and Lies: The Family Manson / 9:00pm (7) Following the ratings success of its documentary on the Menendez brothers — and of television’s truecrime genre in general lately — ABC News re-examined another infamous case, largely revolving around the August 1969 murders ordered by cult leader Charles Manson. Actress Sharon Tate was among the victims, and though Manson and several of his followers were given the death penalty, the sentences were commuted under revised California law to life in prison.
Living Biblically / 9:00pm (13) “Thou Shalt Not Covet,” which also is the title of this new episode, proves a tough commandment for Chip (Jay R. Ferguson) to live by when he becomes a contender for a journalism award. His rivals for the honor include Vince (Tony Rock), which stokes the sense of competition that Father Gene and Rabbi Gil (Ian Gomez, David Krumholtz) advise Chip to stifle.
MOVIE “Baby Driver” / 10:05pm (Showtime) One of the biggest sleeper hits of 2017, Edgar Wright’s action drama about a young music lover (Ansel Elgort) forced to work as a getaway driver for a crime kingpin (Kevin Spacey) boasts dazzling visuals, a killer soundtrack and a terrific gallery of performances from an eclectic cast that also includes Lily James, Jon Hamm, Jamie Foxx and Jon Bernthal.
Jay R. Ferguson stars in “Living Biblically” Saturday on CBS.