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What to Watch on Saturday: ‘Night Manager’ marathon, more Olympics

Tom Hiddleston, left, as Jonathan Pine and Hugh Laurie as Richard Roper in “The Night Manager.”
Tom Hiddleston, left, as Jonathan Pine and Hugh Laurie as Richard Roper in “The Night Manager.”

The Night Manager (8 p.m., AMC) – All eight episodes of this acclaimed series air back-to-back tonight starting at 8. The crime drama, which originally aired on BBC, is based on a John le Carré's novel about former British soldier Jonathan Pine (Tom Hiddleston). Pine works as a hotel night porter and is contacted by an intelligence agent and asked to spy on a businessman (Hugh Laurie) believed to be involved in an illegal arms trade.

Also on tonight . . .

Summer Olympics (NBC, other channels) – The games continue with track and field, swimming, diving, beach volleyball and more. Check out the full TV and live-stream schedule at nbcolympics.com.

Rush Hour (8 p.m., CBS) – Carter and Lee look for a mystery man who is targeting upstanding members of society who have something to hide.

Summer in the City (9 p.m., Hallmark) – After landing a big promotion managing a store in Manhattan, a woman from a small Midwestern town tries to adopt a big city attitude, which is a disaster. Stars Julianna Guill (a Winston-Salem native, by the way) and Vivica A. Fox.

The Inherited (10 p.m., Lifetime) – Eve marries the man of her dreams, but when they move into the house he inherited from his first wife, Eve falls into a spiral of suspicion and madness.

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