NCAA Basketball: Final Four (6pm, CBS) - Wichita State takes on Louisville in the first Final Four game of the day, with the Syracuse vs. Michigan match happening around 8:30. A pre-game special starts at 4 p.m.
Garage Gold (7pm, DIY) - A new reality series about a Raleigh business, Garage Brothers, that specializes in cleaning out junky spaces and reselling some of the stuff they're given in trade for their labor. The premiere episode has owner Kraig Bantle struggling to unload a decade's worth of outdated furniture from the workspace of an interior designer. A second new episode airs at 7:30. Here's our story from Friday's N&O about Kraig Bantle and "Garage Gold."
My Cat From Hell (8pm, Animal Planet) - Two new episodes of this really pretty great cat show ring in Season 4. In the first episode, cat behaviorist Jackson Galaxy (left) helps a cat that is hearing- and vision-impaired and lashing out at his owners and a new kitten. Then, it's a family whose cat and dog are fighting like, well, like cats and dogs. In episode two, Jackson helps two people whose cats are disliked by their significant others.
A Mother's Rage (8pm, Lifetime) - A mother and daughter travel to the girl's new college, but before they reach the school they are terrorized on a highway.
Smash (9pm, NBC) - Tom's plans for Ivy's party include a surprise guest: Liza Minnelli. Elsewhere, the tension among Karen, Jimmy and Derek intensifies, and Julia is unexpectedly pulled away from "Bombshell."
Battledogs (9pm, Syfy) - A werewolf virus is unleashed in New York City, and the world's only hope lies with a rogue general who has taken the disease and created an army of super soldiers.
20/20 with Katie Couric (9pm, ABC) - Katie Couric spends an hour with the folks from the daytime soap "General Hospital."
Saturday Night Live (11:29, NBC) - Melissa McCarthy returns for her second time hosting, with Phoenix as her musical guest.