Bon appétit

"The Great British Baking Show" has a new cast, but American audiences can still savor the original personalities that made the series an international hit. The season premiering on PBS this weekend originally aired overseas in 2012 when Mary Berry, Sue Perkins and Mel Giedroyc were still in the mix.

8 p.m. Friday, TPT, Ch. 2

Anyone for tennis?

Nick Bollettieri's cruel-to-be-kind approach to coaching tennis is dissected in "Love Means Zero" — without much help from its principal character, who claims amnesia when filmmaker Jason Kohn serves up some challenging questions. Good thing former students Boris Becker and Jim Courier are on hand to fill in the blanks. Prized pupil Andre Agassi refused to participate, but his presence looms large.

8 p.m. Saturday, Showtime

Here's Lucy

"Luke Cage" may not pack the punch of other chapters from the Marvel Comics storybook, but it flexed enough muscle to merit a second season — and some butt-kicking figures behind the scenes. "Charlie's Angels" veteran Lucy Liu directed the premiere with Kasi Lemmons ("Eve's Bayou") at the helm for Episode 5.

Now streaming on Netflix

In living color

Home movies can be a snoozefest, but "The Pacific War in Color" takes full advantage of family footage from the 1930s and 1940s that vividly brings the home front and battlefront to life. The Smithsonian Institution has mined its vast archives, which include images from Gen. Douglas MacArthur's collection, for this eight-part series.

7 p.m. Sunday, Smithsonian Channel

Neal Justin