Saturday on TV
U.S. Open tennis: Men's semifinals (10 a.m., Ch. 2); women's finals (6 p.m., Ch. 2)
College football: Utah State at Nebraska (10:30 a.m., FSN); BYU at USC (6 p.m., Ch. 4); Utah at Texas A&M (6 p.m., Ch. 14)
My Big Fat Greek Wedding (9 p.m., HBO): Utterly charming 2002 romantic comedy. (PG)
Sunday on TV
U.S. Open tennis: Women's doubles finals (11 a.m., USA); men's finals (2 p.m., Ch. 2)
NFL football: Broncos at Bengals (11 a.m., Ch. 2); Vikings at Packers (11 a.m., Ch. 13); Bears at 49ers (2:15 p.m., Ch. 13); Raiders at Titans (6:30 p.m., ESPN)
60 Minutes (6 p.m., Ch. 2): A firm that lost a third of its staff in the 9/11 attacks; trouble with transplants; Internet gambling.
Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (6:30 p.m., Ch. 13): 2000 Oscar-winner.
Meet the Royals (8 p.m., A&E): Ex-Monkee Davy Jones hosts this new series about members of the British royal family, starting off with Prince William.
The Discovery Channel offers three one-hour documentaries about the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks — Rebuilding Ground Zero: Engineering the Future (9 p.m.) looks at plans for the future of the site; Collapse: How the Towers Fell (10 p.m.) looks at what happened, not just to the towers but to the entire district; and Attack on the Pentagon (11 p.m.) looks at the attack on that building.
DC 9/11: Time of Crisis (9 p.m., Showtime): Hugely disappointing docudrama about how George W. Bush (Timothy Bottoms) and his team acted and reacted after the attacks. Despite its subject, it's passionless and uninvolving.
And Starring Pancho Villa as Himself (10:30 p.m., HBO): Antonio Banderas stars in this fact-based comedy/drama.