Saturday's TV Highlights: Willie Nelson on 'Austin City Limits'
Willie and the Wheel: Willie Nelson and Asleep at the Wheel celebrate their collaborative effort "Austin City Limits" at 11 p.m. on KLCS.
NCIS: When Ducky (David McCallum) is stabbed at a crime scene, the team's investigation leads to some surprising and disturbing revelations about his past. Mark Harmon, Michael Weatherly and Pauley Perrette also star (8 p.m. CBS).
True Jackson, VP: In the season premiere, True organizes a fundraising concert to raise money for the school's design department (8:30 p.m. Nickelodeon).
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: When a crime scene photo of a murdered teenage girl becomes an Internet phenomenon, her father (James Colby) points the detectives toward her therapist (James Frain), who has what appears to be an airtight alibi (10 p.m. NBC).
Strange Rituals: The new episode "Apocalypse" chronicles mankind's almost obsessive fascination with how the end of the world will come about. Among the personalities featured are a California preacher who eagerly anticipates an apocalyptic global finale based on scripture, and two British researchers who propose a new theory related to the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah (11 p.m. History).
Super Dave's Spike-Tacular: Super Dave Osborne stages seemingly death-defying stunts in his new series (11 p.m. Spike).
Saturday Night Live: January Jones hosts with musical guests the Black Eyed Peas (11:29 p.m. NBC).
1939: Hollywood's Greatest Year: This special celebrates the year Hollywood produced "The Wizard of Oz," "Goodbye, Mr. Chips," "Drums Along the Mohawk," "Mr. Smith Goes to Washington," "Stagecoach," "Gunga Din," "Dark Victory," "Ninotchka," "Of Mice and Men" and "Wuthering Heights." And the Oscar went to "Gone With the Wind" (3:30 p.m. TCM).
The Uninvited: Emily Browning stars a young woman released from an institution after her attempted suicide, which followed her mother's death. She and her sibling (Arielle Kebbel) immediately becomes suspicious of their father's (David Strathairn) new fiancee (Elizabeth Banks), but something even more sinister than they imagine is at work in their home in this 2009 thriller (6:45 p.m. Cinemax).
Bride Wars: Two Weddings scheduled the same day turn best friends (Kate Hudson and Anne Hathaway) into enemies in this 2009 comedy (8 p.m. HBO).
Flower Girl: Marla Sokoloff ("The Practice") stars in this new romance as a florist who can't seem to find the man of her dreams. Terry Maratos, Kieren Hutchison also star in this new TV movie (9 p.m. Hallmark).
College football: Tennessee at Mississippi (9 a.m. CBS); Kentucky at Vanderbilt (9 a.m. KDOC); Georgia Tech at Duke (9 a.m. ESPN2); Texas at Baylor (9 a.m. FSN); Missouri at Kansas State (9:30 a.m. VS); Florida at South Carolina (12:30 p.m. CBS); Iowa at Ohio State (12:30 p.m. ABC); Miami at North Carolina (12:30 p.m. ESPN); Stanford at USC (12:30 p.m. FS Prime); Alabama at Mississippi State (4 p.m. ESPN); Auburn at Georgia (4 p.m. ESPN2); Texas A&M at Oklahoma (4 p.m. FSN); Arizona at California (4 p.m. VS); Notre Dame at Pittsburgh (5 p.m. ABC); Arizona State at Oregon (7:20 p.m. ESPN).
Hockey: The Ducks visit the Detroit Red Wings (4 p.m. FS Prime).
Photo: Scott Newton / KLRU Austin