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What to Watch on Saturday: Hallmark’s ‘My Secret Valentine’ or Lifetime’s ‘Simone Biles Story’?

Andrew Walker and Lacey Chabert in the Hallmark movie “My Secret Valentine.”
Andrew Walker and Lacey Chabert in the Hallmark movie “My Secret Valentine.” Elly Dassas

My Secret Valentine (9 p.m., Hallmark) - Don’t worry, Hallmark isn’t ignoring Valentine’s Day. This first V-Day movie of the month has a young woman (Lacey Chabert) stressed that her dad might sell the family winery. Enter the cute wine rep (Andrew Walker).

Also on tonight . . .

The Simone Biles Story: Courage to Soar (8 p.m., Lifetime) - In this Lifetime movie, Simone Biles (played by Jeanté Godlock) pursues her dream of becoming an elite gymnast, giving up parties, high school football games and senior prom along the way. A “Biography” special on Biles follows at 10.

48 Hours: Natalie Wood - Death in Dark Waters (10 p.m., CBS) – Six years ago, police reopened the 1981 Natalie Wood drowning death case, and for the first time – after new witnesses have come forward – they are calling her then-husband Robert Wagner a “person of interest.” Wood drowned off the coast of Catalina Island in California in 1981 after she went missing from her family’s yacht. Also aboard that night were captain Dennis Davern, Wagner, and Wood’s friend and fellow actor, Christopher Walken. The next day, the actress was found floating in the water wearing a red down jacket and flannel nightgown. The drowning was ruled an accident but suspicion has always surrounded Wood’s death, primarily because Davern says Wagner and Wood were fighting the night she disappeared. Wood had just finished filming the movie “Brainstorm” in Wilmington at the time of her death.

NFL Honors (10 p.m., NBC) - Before Sunday’s Super Bowl, a ceremony honoring the best NFL athletes and performances from the 2017 season.

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