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What to Watch on Saturday: Peabody Award-winning documentary 'Indivisible'

Three undocumented young adults reunite with their mothers through the U.S.-Mexico border fence in the documentary "Indivisible."
Three undocumented young adults reunite with their mothers through the U.S.-Mexico border fence in the documentary "Indivisible." Discovery Communications

Indivisible (8 p.m., Fuse) — This documentary chronicling the lives of three undocumented immigrants fighting for a pathway to citizenship just won a Peabody Award, so Fuse gives us an encore. Background information from UnidosUS will appear during the broadcast.

Trading Spaces (8 p.m., TLC) — A son and his parents redesign each other’s massive master bedrooms. In one case, a designer experiences some push back with a proposed change that could jeopardize family ties. Be sure to read our recent interview with "Trading Spaces" designer Vern Yip.

Ransom (8 p.m., CBS) — Eric and Oliver plunge into a world of espionage when a CIA spy disguised as an American diamond broker is kidnapped in Vienna.

The Zoo (9 p.m., Animal Planet) — A pregnant African wild dog has the staff anxiously preparing for the big day.

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