NCAA Tournament (4:30 and 7:05pm, CBS) - The games continue, but Duke is out. Look for Florida vs. Butler at 4:30pm and UConn vs. Arizona at 7:05.
Dancing with the Stars (8pm, ABC) - A repeat of this week's season premiere episode, in case you missed it (and our recap, if you'd rather just read about it).
Scream of the Banshee (9pm, Syfy) - In this new Syfy film, a murderous monster is unleashsed after an archaeology professor (Lauren Holly) and her students unearth an antique box and free the bloodthirsty banshee inside. Before long, they each begin to perish under mysterious circumstances.
No Ordinary Family (10pm, ABC) - Though not officially canceled, the move of a new episode to 10pm on a Saturday can't be a good sign for the amazing Powells. Neither can the fact that the show's stars, Julie Benz and Michael Chiklis, have already signed on with new comedy pilots on CBS. (For what it's worth, I thought the 'No Ordinary Family' pilot was fun and showed promise, but I quickly grew tired of it). In light of all that, the plot of tonight's show sounds exceptionally prescient: Stephanie gets a glimpse into the future that does not bode well for the family, so she tries to alter events in the present to protect them and their secret. Unless her plan includes destroying CBS, then . . .
Pit Boss (10pm, Animal Planet) - Shorty doubts the effectiveness of his rescue efforts.
Norm Macdonald: Me Doing Stand-Up (11:30pm, Comedy Central) - The former SNL star's latest (very funny) stand-up special.
Saturday Night Live (11:30pm, NBC) - Tonight's episode is a repeat, and not even a very good one. Russell Brand is the host and Chris Brown is the musical guest.