9/11 Remembered: The Day We Came Together Friday Sept 11 at 8|7c on ABC

It's hard to believe it's now been 19 years since the 9/11 terror attacks on America. Today, we pause to honor the lives we lost. And also to recall how we came together as a nation during that difficult time. A lesson we'd be wise to remember today, as we continue to grapple with the deadly Coronavirus pandemic.

Here's a preview of a new 9/11 tv special and everything else new to watch this weekend...


9/11 Remembered: The Day We Came Together on ABC

Many networks, including the History Channel are planning special coverage for the 9/11 anniversary. But ABC is broadcasting this special from the opening of the September 11th Museum.

Huracán on HBO

Cassius Corrigan stars in, writes and directs this psychological thriller. It debuts September 11th on HBO. Be sure to check out our interview this weekend on Celebrity Page TV.

The Broken Hearts Gallery in Theaters

Selena Gomez is one of the producers of this romantic comedy. After months of delays due to the pandemic, it finally hits theaters this weekend.

The Duchess on Netflix

Katherine's a single mom juggling her career, her tween daughter, her relationship with her boyfriend — and pondering getting pregnant with her ex. It's streaming now.

I Am Woman on VOD

This biopic tells the story of singer Helen Reddy, who's anthem 'I Am Woman' became the soundtrack to the women's liberation movement of the 1970's. The film is out now on VOD and in some theaters.

Selling the Big Easy on HGTV

The HGTV show was postponed earlier this year. But new episodes drop September 11th.

Life After Lockup on WE TV

Your favorite couples are back for more Life After Lockup! Catch up with them when the four-part series premieres September 11 at 9/8c.

Pets United on Netflix

A street-smart dog and a pampered cat join forces to lead a pack of unlikely heroes when their city is seized by its evil mayor — and his robot army. The animated movie is streaming now.

48 Hours on CBS

Did an out of control home makeover lead to murder? Correspondent Erin Moriarty investigates in the "48 Hours" season premiere Saturday, September 12 at 10/9c on CBS.

Coastal Elites on HBO

This socially-distanced satire from director Jay Roach, writer Paul Rudnick, and starring Bette Midler, Kaitlyn Dever, Dan Levy, Sarah Paulson, and Issa Rae – premieres September 12 on HBO.

Help! I Wrecked My House on HGTV

A very pregnant, Jasmine Roth, comes to the rescue of homeowners who started a big project they just couldn't finish. See how she transforms their homes and their lives, starting Saturday September 12th on HGTV. And be sure to catch our brand new interview with Jasmine, this weekend on Celebrity Page TV.

Judgment with Ashleigh Banfield on Court TV

Every week, Ashleigh takes a deep dive into the most compelling trials of our time. Premieres Sunday, September 13th on Court TV.

Halloween Wars on Food Network

Get out those pumpkins! It's Halloween time again! And our favorite Food Network host is back with the 10th season of Halloween Wars. Look for it, starting September 13th on Food Network. And check out our brand new interview with Jonathan Bennett this weekend on Celebrity Page TV.

Outrageous Pumpkins on Food Network

Carve out some time to see these over-the-top pumpkin creations on a monstrous competition hosted by Alyson Hannigan! The new season starts this Sunday, September 13th.

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