As we remember the 10th anniversary of the worst day in American history, there's a variety of programming this weekend devoted to 9/11, ranging from news programs to documentaries to movies.
Here's a wrap up, courtesy of TVGuide.com:
9/11 - Ten Years Later (4/3c, Reelz): A look at how 9/11 affected movies, entertainment and pop culture with a retrospective on the events of the day with stories from those who lived through it.
Beyond 9/11: Portraits of Resilience (11/10c, CNN): The special will feature untold stories, captured through words and moving images, from 40 men and women. The portraits are paired with recollections from government leaders, survivors of the towers and first responders.
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9/11: The Days After (9/8c, History): An unflinching look at what happened after the tragedy.
Dateline (9/8c, NBC): Tom Brokaw revisits some of the stories reported in the days and months following the attacks and re-interviews some of the people he spoke to then.
News Reporting: 9/11 Timeline of Terror (10/9c, Fox News): This special will examine the news coverage on 9/11, recalling how events unfolded live on the air.
Saturday, Sept. 10
Nine Innings From Ground Zero (8 a.m./7c, HBO): This documentary focuses on the 2001 World Series between the New York Yankees and the Arizona Diamondbacks, which took place barely a month after Sept. 11, and played an important role in helping the city return to a sense of normalcy.
On Native Soil (3/2c, MSNBC): Narrated by Kevin Costner and Hilary Swank, the special focuses on the content of the 9/11 Commission Report.
NBC Nightly News (6:30/5:30c): Lester Holt will anchor from Ground Zero.
The Love We Make (9/8c, Showtime): The documentary chronicles Paul McCartney's journey through the streets of New York City in the aftermath of the World Trade Center's destruction and depicts the "Concert for New York City" that took place six weeks after the attacks.
Voices from Inside the Towers (9/8c, History): The film documents some of the harrowing stories of love and loss on 9/11.
Sunday, Sept. 11
In Memoriam: New York City (7:15 a.m./6:15c, HBO): A panoramic record of the events of 9/11 featuring former mayor Rudolph Giuliani as a guide. (8 a.m./7c, CBS): Scott Pelley will broadcast live from Ground Zero.
9/11: America Remembers
America Remembers (8 a.m./7c, NBC): Lester Holt and Tom Brokaw will also anchor the special with live coverage of the official memorial ceremonies at Ground Zero in New York (with Brian Williams), the Pentagon in D.C. (David Gregory) and in Shanksville, Pa.
Beyond 9/11: Portraits of Resilience (8:46 a.m./7:46c, HBO): A memorable video collection of dramatic testimonials that will air 10 years to the minute that American Airlines Flight 11 crashed into 1 World Trade Center.
Telling Nicholas (10:30 a.m./9:30c, HBO): A film that looks at Sept. 11 through the eyes of 7-year-old Nicholas, whose mother, Michele, worked in the World Trade Center.
The Concert For New York City: Ten Years Later (4/3c, VH1): The network will air the original concert that was organized just weeks after the attacks to honor and support the victims.
60 Minutes (7/6c, CBS): The entire broadcast will be devoted to 9/11 coverage.
9/11: 10 Years Later (8/7c, CBS): An update to the Jules and Gedeon Naudet and James Hanlon film 9/11.
America Remembers (8/7c, PBS): The PBS Newshour team examines the significance of the day in different communities across the nation.
9:11: America Remembers Ten Years Later —A Special Edition of Good Morning America (8/7c, ABC): Robin Roberts, David Muir, Katie Couric and Christine Amanour will broadcast live from the World Trade Center. Senior White House correspondent Jake Tapper will cover the president's visits to Ground Zero, the Pentagon and Shanksville, Pa.
Making the 9/11 Memorial (8/7c, History): A behind-the-scenes look from the conception to installation of the memorial at Ground Zero.
Rebirth (9/8c, Showtime): A 10-year account of five people's lives who were forever affected by 9/11. The project also tracks the minute-by-minute evolution of the Twin Towers memorial through multi-camera, time-lapse photography.
Great Performances: The New York Philharmonic 10th Anniversary Concert for 9/11 (9/8c, PBS): The New York Philharmonic performs Gustav Mahler's Symphony No. 2, Resurrection with Dorothea Röschmann, Michelle DeYoung and the New York Choral Artists.
Twins of the Twin Towers (9/8c, OWN): The special explores the stories of twins left twinless on 9/11.
The Space Between (9/8c, USA): The film stars Melissa Leo as a flight attendant who makes a unique connection with a 10-year-old Pakistani-American passenger (Omar Hassan).
Twin Towers (10/9c, USA): Produced by Dick Wolf, the documentary short profiles two brothers, a New York City policeman and fireman, who lost their lives on 9/11.
From the Ground Up (10:15/9:15c, OWN): A documentary about five widows of firefighters.
Remembrance and Renewal: 10 Years After the Attacks (10/9c, ABC): A special edition of 20/20, the show will revisit stories of Americans who lived through 9/11 with reports from Diane Sawyer, Barbara Walters, Katie Couric, Chris Cuomo, Elizabeth Vargas and Bob Woodruff.
Rising: Rebuilding Ground Zero (8/7c, Discovery): The final installment of the six-part documentary illustrates the emotions and challenges behind constructing the 104-story One World Trade Center.
WEEKEND'S BEST BETS: "Torchwood: Miracle Day" (STARZ, 10 p.m.) wraps up its season as the team finds out who is behind the plot to eliminate death. After dragging out the first nine episodes, it seems that the whole denouement is a bit rushed, but we will see.
"Strike Back" (Cinemax, 10 p.m.) is new as well after a week's hiatus.
On Saturday, it's an Amy-centric episode of "Doctor Who" (BBC America) in an episode titled "The Girl Who Waited." It's followed by "Outnumbered" and the hilarious "Friday Night Dinner" from 11-midnight.
On Sunday, it seems that this brilliant season of "Curb Your Enthusiasm" has flown by way too quickly as Michael J. Fox guest stars on the season finale (HBO, 10 p.m.), which follows the season finale of "True Blood" at 9 p.m. They are followed by the series finale of "Entourage" at 10:30 p.m.
Also, how brilliant was the Gus (Giancarlo Esposito) flashback on last week's "Breaking Bad" (AMC, 10 p.m.)? It proves relevant to his actions this week.