Saturday’s Highlights: ‘Midnight in Paris’ on Starz

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“Midnight in Paris” stars Owen Wilson as a creatively blocked writer at 9 p.m. on Starz. With Rachel McAdams.


Must Love Cats:

John meets a team that performs kidney transplants on cats in this new episode (8 p.m. Animal Planet).

The Firm: Mitch (Josh Lucas) finally gets Sarah (Alex Paxton-Beesley) to tell him the truth about her case in this new episode (9 p.m. NBC).

Bayou Billionaires:
The unscripted series wraps its first season (9 p.m. CMT).

Live From Daryl’s House:
Eric Hutchinson performs in this new episode (11:30 p.m. KTLA).


Kids’ Choice Awards 2012:

Children choose their favorites from music, film, television and sports. Will Smith hosts (8 and 10 p.m. Nickelodeon).


Hornet’s Nest:

A serial killer is targeting visiting businessmen. Virginia Madsen, Sherry Stringfield, Robbie Amell, Michael Boatman and Michael Silver star in this new TV mystery (8 and 10 p.m. TNT).

Seattle Superstorm:
In this new science fiction tale a UFO crashes into Puget Sound, triggering a series of earthquakes and killer storms that threaten to spread to the rest of the world. Esai Morales and Ona Grauer star (9 p.m. Syfy).



Sony Ericsson Open: Women’s final (9:30 a.m. CBS).

Shell Houston Open, Third round (Noon NBC).

Pro basketball:
The New Orleans Hornets visit the Lakers (12:30 p.m. FSN); the Utah Jazz visit the Clippers (7:30 p.m. FS Prime).

NCAA basketball:
Semifinal: Louisville vs. Kentucky (3 p.m. CBS); Kansas vs. Ohio State (5:30 p.m. CBS).

The Kings visit the Minnesota Wild (5 p.m. FSN); the Ducks visit the Phoenix Coyotes (6 p.m. KDOC).

The New England Revolution visit the Galaxy (8 p.m. NBCSP).

Women’s soccer:
Japan vs. U.S. (Sunday 3:25 a.m. ESPN2).