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What to Watch on Saturday: New Bill Cosby comedy special, more holiday movies

Bill Cosby performs at Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts in California in June 2013.
Bill Cosby performs at Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts in California in June 2013. Comedy Central

Bill Cosby: Far From Finished (8pm, Comedy Central) - Comedy legend Bill Cosby’s first new concert special in three decades is compiled from performances at the Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts in California in June 2013.

Kristin’s Christmas Past (8pm, Lifetime) - A woman who is estranged from her family falls asleep alone on Christmas Eve and wakes up Christmas morning 17 years in the past to relive her worst holiday ever. But she’s determined to change her imperfect past and bring about a brighter future.

Window Wonderland (8pm, Hallmark) - Two rivals vie for the head window-designer spot at a department store during the busy Christmas season, but they soon discover some common ground.

Stonados (9pm, Syfy) - What’s scarier than sharks? Stones, apparently. In this new Syfy flick, a scientist reunites with his former storm-chasing partner in an effort to end the havoc created by a wave of tornadoes that are touching down in Boston, hurling massive stones into their path of destruction.

Penguins: Waddle All the Way (9pm, Discovery) - An intimate look at penguins in the wild.

Saturday Night Live (11:29) - Josh Hutcherson hosts with musical guest HAIM.

Austin City Limits: Americana Music Festival 2013 (9pm, UNC-TV) - Dr. John, Duane Eddy and Richard Thompson perform at the 2013 Americana Music Festival in Nashville.

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