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WEEKEND TV HIGHLIGHTS

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SATURDAY

Dr. Jeff: Rocky Mountain Vet (Animal Planet at 8) Dr. Jeff helps out an injured raccoon found in an illegal trap and a dog with a fever.

PREMIERES

First Home Fix (HGTV at 10:01) Austin Coleman and Raisa Kuddus handle two renovation­s for couples with growing families; Juliet and Derek need to update their 1970s kitchen and living space, while Cassie and Glenn renovate their 1980s home.

SPECIALS

National Book Festival (CSPAN2 at 9:30 a.m) kickoff of the annual literary festival sponsored by the Library of Congress, featuring Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden.

The Taylor Hawkins Tribute Concert (CBS at 10) This event honors the life and music of Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins.

MOVIES

Marry Me in Yosemite (Hallmark at 8) A photojourn­alist visits Yosemite and embarks on a journey with a daring tour guide.

RETURNING

911 Crisis Center (Oxygen at 9:30) Season 2.

SUNDAY

The Boleyns: A Scandalous Family (PBS at 8) Anne’s growing beauty catches the eye of the king.

Tales of the Walking Dead (AMC at 9) A naturalist who studies walkers in the “dead sector” comes upon a spirited settler; the two forge an unlikely respect for each other as the settler works to get people to take back their land from the dead.

MINISERIES

Colosseum (History at 9) By the 4th century, the Roman Empire is shaken by earthquake­s, fires, invasions and religious divides; the decline of Rome causes the Colosseum to be abandoned; one devout worshiper of Rome’s old gods tries to reignite the games.

FINALE

The Chi (Showtime at 9) Emmett offers Jada support; Kiesha and Tiff resolve their issues.

— Olivia Mccormack

 ?? MICHAEL COLE/AELTC ?? Mcenroe (Showtime at 7 on Sunday) Dive into the life and career of John Mcenroe, the original bad boy of tennis; interviews with Mcenroe (above at Wimbledon in 1982), wife Patty Smyth, Billie Jean King, and Björn Borg.
MICHAEL COLE/AELTC Mcenroe (Showtime at 7 on Sunday) Dive into the life and career of John Mcenroe, the original bad boy of tennis; interviews with Mcenroe (above at Wimbledon in 1982), wife Patty Smyth, Billie Jean King, and Björn Borg.

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