One last look
"Looking: The Movie" wraps up loose ends from the canceled HBO series in which gay men searched for sex in the city, specifically San Francisco. Andrew Haigh, who steered Charlotte Rampling to an Oscar nomination in "45 Years," serves as director. While I was never a big fan of the show, HBO deserves kudos for giving it a proper farewell, something I wish they would have done with "Deadwood."
9 p.m. Saturday, HBO
Black film matters
"Pioneers of African-American Cinema," a festival that plays out during the last two Sundays of the month, spotlights largely unheralded films, starting with 1938's "Birthright," in which a Harvard graduate attempts to start an all-black school in Tennessee. What follows is an evening of features, documentaries and restored silents.
7 p.m. Sunday, TCM
Kevin Smith, who does more yakking these days than directing top-notch movies, co-hosts "Geeking Out," a new talker debuting at San Diego's Comic-Con. The eight-episode experiment with "Heroes" actor Greg Grunberg looks at pop culture through the eyes of guys who would rather argue about Batman's fiercest enemy than who will make the Frozen Four.
9 p.m. Sunday, AMC