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What to Watch This Weekend: Bryan Cranston breaks bad again in Sneaky Pete


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Sneaky Pete
Amazon, Friday, streaming
“Sneaky Pete” isn’t really named Pete: He’s Marius (Giovanni Ribisi), a clever con man recently released from prison. Naturally, he quickly falls back into trouble as he tries to escape a vengeful crime boss (played deliciously by Bryan Cranston) while also trying to trick a small-town family into thinking he’s their long-lost relative Pete. Bonus: The show comes from Cranston himself as well as David Shore (House) and Graham Yost (Justified), so it’s got all the right credentials to justify a weekend binge.

Saturday Night Live
NBC, Saturday, 11:30 p.m.
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PBS, Sunday, 9 p.m.
If The Crown is the British throne’s version of The West Wing, Victoria — starring Jenna Coleman as the titular queen and Rufus Sewell as her sexy but proper mentor — might be its Downton Abbey: a soapy melodrama about rich people in beautiful costumes.