Today’s Top TV Picks – Saturday February 15


Today’s Top Picks


1

The Thing About Harry

8 p.m. on Freeform – Premiere
Peter Paige (“Queer as Folk”) directed and has a featured role in this 2020 romantic comedy, which is premiering as part of a Valentine’s Day-themed programming event. The story follows two less-than-friendly high school classmates who are forced to share a car ride to their Missouri hometown for a friend’s engagement party. Archetypal jock Sam (Jake Borelli, “Grey’s Anatomy”) isn’t thrilled with the situation anyway, and it doesn’t help when he learns Harry (newcomer Niko Terho, “Sweetbitter”) recently came out of the closet. Britt Baron and Karamo Brown co-star.


2

You Can’t Take My Daughter

8 p.m. ET on Lifetime – Premiere

After being raped by Demetri (Hunter Burke, “Claws”), a friend of a friend, vivacious North Carolina law student Amy Thompson (Lyndsy Fonseca, “Agent Carter”) discovers she is pregnant. She decides to keep the child, even though Demetri continues to stalk and harass her. After her daughter is born, Amy decides to flee North Carolina in favor of a new start in Atlanta, but Demetri eventually finds mother and child and sues for custody. Kirstie Alley also stars in this 2020 thriller.


3

Seven Worlds, One Planet

9 p.m. ET on AMC
In the new episode “Europe,” camera crews explore some of the 12,000 limestone caves in Slovenia, home to a rare creature called the olm, a blind salamander. In a Vienna cemetery, a fight breaks out among grave-robbing wild hamsters. Elsewhere, wolves wander through the forests and baby bears roam the woods.


4

Them That Follow

10 p.m. ET on Showtime – Premiere
Oscar and Golden Globe winner Olivia Colman (“The Crown”) heads an eclectic cast in this 2019 thriller set in a remote Appalachian community. As a wedding day approaches, local woman Hope Slaughter (Colman) discovers that the bride-to-be (Alice Englert, “Top of the Lake”) and daughter of their Pentecostal preacher (Walton Goggins) is pregnant. Worse, the father is Hope’s son, not the parishioner who is the groom. Kaitlyn Dever, Jim Gaffigan and Thomas Mann co-star.

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