Blue Lagoon: The Awakening (8pm, Lifetime) - Two high school students fall in love while marooned on a deserted tropical island after the girl falls overboard from a ship during a class trip to Trinidad and the boy jumps in to save her. And yes, it's a "reimagining" (I guess) of the Brooke Shields movie from 1980.
Operation Cupcake (8pm, Hallmark) - An Army colonel (Dean Cain, "Lois & Clark") returns home during a military leave but finds it difficult to fit in with his wife (Kristy Swanson) and kids, who've gotten used to not having him around. In an attempt to reconnect, he begins working at his wife's bakery, but his military management style does more harm than good. Adrienne reviews.
Piranhaconda (9pm, Syfy) - Syfy follows up their "Jersey Shore Shark Attack" Summer Saturday movie series with this low-budget gem about a piranha-anaconda hybrid that terrorizes a movie crew after a scientist steals an egg from the creature's nest. Produced by Roger Corman and starring Michael Madsen and Rachel Hunter.
StandUp in Stilettos (10pm, TV Guide Network) - The premiere of a new series showcasing female comedians. This episode features Mary Lynn Rajskub, Gina Yashere and Sarah Tiana. At 10:30, Arden Myrin, Helen Hong and Lisa Landry.
The Deep End (10pm, Sundance Channel) - Every Saturday night, Robert Redford introduces distinguished independent films of recent years, offering a personal critique of each. Tonight's movie is "The Deep End," in which Tilda Swinton plays a mother who suspects her son has committed a murder and is then blackmailed by a stranger (Goran Visnjic) who claims to know the truth. Winner of the cinematography award at the Sundance Film.
The Firm (10pm, NBC) - For a canceled show, it doesn't seem like this is ever going to end. Tonight, Abby has an epiphany as she tries to save her mother's charity from a crooked accountant.