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What to Watch on Saturday: In ‘Gone,’ Spike looks at missing women in Ohio

“Gone: The Forgotten Women of Ohio” looks at what happened to six women who went missing in Chillicothe, Ohio, four of whom turned up dead.
“Gone: The Forgotten Women of Ohio” looks at what happened to six women who went missing in Chillicothe, Ohio, four of whom turned up dead. SPIKE

Gone: The Forgotten Women of Ohio (9 p.m., Spike) – Filmmaker Joe Berlinger and analyst Angela Clemente investigate what happened to six women who went missing in Chillicothe, Ohio, four of whom turned up dead.

Also on tonight . . .

Doubt (8 p.m., CBS) – The firm reviews Billy’s sister’s therapy session tapes for clues. At 9, a man from Carolyn’s past resurfaces.

TURN: Washington’s Spies (9 p.m., AMC) – Ben’s plan to kidnap Benedict Arnold conflicts with Abe’s plan to kill Simcoe.

Super Southern Eats (9:30 p.m., Food) – In the debut of this new series, Damaris Phillips and Rutledge Wood find an unbelievable breakfast of sausages, fried pork chops and lard-filled biscuits at a gas station in Georgia. They also visit a legendary Atlanta institution to see how they've been making fried chicken for generations.

Still Star-Crossed (10 p.m., ABC) – A violent act escalates tensions between the Montagues and Capulets.

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