Sports

Tennis (CC). Wimbledon women's final: Serena Williams vs. Maria Sharapova (Channel 4 at 9 a.m.).

Baseball. Chicago White Sox at Chicago Cubs (Channel 5 at 1); Baltimore at Philadelphia (CSN at 7).

Golf (CC). Third round of the U.S. Women's Open in South Hadley, Mass. (Channel 4 at 3); third round of the Western Open in Lemont, Ill. (Channel 7 at 3).

MLS Soccer (CC). New York/New Jersey at D.C. (ESPN2 at 5).

Auto Racing (CC). The Pepsi 400 in Daytona (Channel 5 at 7).

Public Affairs

The Novak Zone. With Rafael Palmeiro of the Baltimore Orioles (CNN, 9:30 a.m.).

Weekend Live With Tony Snow. Democratic strategist Bob Beckel talks about Sen. John Kerry's potential vice presidential choices (FNC at noon). Jonathan Schanzer of the Washington Institute for Near East Policy appears tomorrow at noon to discuss the al Qaeda threat.

The Beltway Boys. Topics include the handover in Iraq, Sen. John Kerry's vice presidential options, and French President Jacques Chirac's feud with President Bush (FNC at 6).

To the Contrary With Bonnie Erbe. Topics are the rising number of female business executives and women's status in Afghanistan (Channel 32, 6:30; repeats tomorrow at 9:30 a.m. on Channels 22 and 26).

The Chris Matthews Show. Topics are the countdown to Election Day and the Cheney vice presidency; with U.S. News & World Report's Gloria Borger, the Chicago Tribune's Clarence Page, The Washington Post's John Harris and BBC's Katty Kay (Channel 4 at 7 p.m.)

Inside Washington With Gordon Peterson. Topics are Saddam Hussein's arraignment, Sen. John Kerry's vice presidential options and the Supreme Court rulings on the legal rights of detainees (Channel 9 at 7).

The Capital Gang (CC). The Chicago Sun-Times's Scott Fornek talks about Jack Ryan's withdrawal from the Senate race in Illinois, and historian Joseph Ellis discusses presidential legacies (CNN at 7).

The McLaughlin Group reviews Saddam Hussein's day in court (Channel 4, 7:30).

Big Story With Rita Cosby interviews Michael Reagan on his father's legacy (FNC at 9).

This Is America With Dennis Wholey repeats an interview with Michael Deaver on his memoir, "Nancy" (Channel 32, 11:30).

Marlon Brando Tributes

Turner Classic Movies presents a mini-marathon of the late actor's films, beginning with 1954's "On the Waterfront" at 8, followed by "The Wild One" (1953) at 10, "Superman" (1978) at 11:30, "The Teahouse of the August Moon" (1956) at 2 a.m. and "Julius Caesar" (1953) at 4:15 a.m.

Biography profiles the two-time Academy Award winner (A&E at 8).

Prime-Time Movies

The General's Daughter (1999) (CC) (R). John Travolta stars as a detective investigating the brutal murder of a general's daughter. Two hours (Channel 4 at 8).

The Legend of Bagger Vance (2000) (CC). A mysterious stranger (Will Smith) comes into the life of a struggling golfer (Matt Damon) and miraculously changes his game. Three hours (Channel 7 at 8).

The Patriot (2000) (CC) (R). Mel Gibson stars as a widowed father who reluctantly fights in the Revolutionary War after his son voluntarily signs up. Three hours (Channel 9 at 8).

The Trail to Hope Rose (2004). An ex-con (Lou Diamond Phillips) arrives in an 1850s mining town looking for honest work and finds an ally in a sympathetic landowner (Ernest Borgnine). Two hours (Hallmark Channel at 9).

Series

Crime & Punishment (CC). A jury must decide whether a man who's admitted to killing his wife is guilty of manslaughter or first-degree murder (Channel 4 at 10).

Late Night

Saturday Night Live (CC) (R). Hosted by tennis player Andy Roddick, with music by Dave Matthews (Channel 4, 11:30).

From left, Ernest Borgnine, Lee Majors and Lou Diamond Philips in "The Trail to Hope Rose" tonight at 9 on the Hallmark Channel.