Nothin' but net
Oklahoma City Thunder's Kevin Durant may have had to cede his title as the NBA's most valuable player to Stephen Curry. Just don't tell that to the subject of "The Real MVP: The Wanda Durant Story," an unabashed love letter to mom doubling as a biopic, with Cassandra Freeman ("Inside Man") as the woman who made countless sacrifices to keep her children out of trouble and on the court.
7 p.m. Saturday, Lifetime
TV One continues its strategy of modernizing biblical stories with "Chasing Waterfalls," in which a fashion designer learns the hard way that pleasing one's higher power is more important than getting a nod of approval from Tyra Banks. Sitcom vets Jasmine Guy ("A Different World") and Tim Reid ("WKRP") are among the cast members.
6 p.m. Sunday, TV One
The final act
Kenneth Branagh has been spending so much time nurturing both his theater company and big-budget movies that you may have forgotten he's a riveting actor. "Wallander," the "Masterpiece Mystery!" series based on Henning Maskell's novels, serves as a vivid reminder of Branagh's skills as he returns — for the last time — as the Swedish detective blessed with the kind of patience you wish you had every time you try to assemble Ikea furniture. For more on these final three films, see Sunday's Variety section.
8 p.m. Sunday, TPT, Ch. 2