What to Watch on Saturday: Can Daryl Hannah survive ‘Zombie Night’?

10/26/2013 6:00 AM

10/23/2013 3:47 PM

Zombie Night (9pm, Syfy) - This new Syfy movie tells the story of two families in a small American town who face off against zombies in a long night of horror, torn between helping each other and saving themselves. Stars Daryl Hannah, Anthony Michael Hall and Shirley Jones.

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The Husband She Met Online (8pm, Lifetime) - Rachel, an attractive hotel event planner, looks for a new boyfriend online and meets a charming, wealthy man named Craig who seems perfect. But nothing is ever perfect in a Lifetime movie, so Craig turns out to be obsessive and controlling, and has no plans of ever letting Rachel be free.

The Good Witch’s Destiny (9pm, Hallmark) - In the sixth installment of Hallmark’s “Good Witch” series, things go awry for Cassie’s family and friends just days before her birthday, when Cassie’s magical powers and her involvement in their lives are called into question. While all signs point to a possible curse from Cassie’s great aunt looming over her, she’ll have t count on her enchanting charm to keep everyone calm and pull off the party she’s been waiting for. Catherine Bell stars as Cassie Nightingale.

Saturday Night Live (11:29 pm, NBC) - Edward Norton hosts and Janelle Monae is the music guest.

Austin City Limits (Midnight, UNC-TV) - Vampire Weekend perform songs from their 2013 “Modern Vampires of the City” album, and Grizzly Bear spotlight selections from their 2012 “Shields” album.

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