What to Watch: 01/16/2016

Ok, it’s a Saturday in January, not a whole lot of options, but we’ve found some of interest — including musical superstars, intrigue, and drama.

Willie Nelson: Gershwin Prize [PBS, 8p]
From “Crazy” to “On the Road Again,” Willie Nelson has been an American songwriting treasure for over 60 years. An impressive array of talented friends and fans — ranging from Neil Young to Alison Krauss to Buckwheat Zydeco — gather in D.C. to fete the Red-Headed Stranger.

From the Bottom Up [Centric, 10p]
Because everyone likes a good comeback story. When your mishaps are scrutinized in the public eye it seems impossible to ever move on but these five ladies are finding their way.

A Crime to Remember [Investigation Discovery, 8p]
Enjoy two back-to-back episodes, recalling the wrongful conviction of Sam Sheppard (who became a wrestler in his final years!), Nellie May, the first woman sentenced to death in California.

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