This weekend, Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan get hot and heavy in the big screen adaptation of "Fifty Shades of Grey," Colin Firth recruits an unrefined, but promising street kid in "Kingsman: The Secret Service," and "Saturday Night Live" celebrates its 40th anniversary with A-list alumni and special guests Saturday night at 11:30p ET on NBC.

Weekend Watchlist: Fifty Shades of Grey, Kingsman: The Secret Service, SNL

Also in theaters this weekend:
Also on TV this weekend:
  • "The Slap" is an 8-hour event that begins with a seemingly inconsequential slap of a misbehaving child. The min-series stars Zachary Quinto, Uma Thurman, Peter Sarsgaard, Thandie Newton, and more (NBC, 8p ET Thursday).
  • "Bosch" is a new, stylish show adapted from Michael Connelly's detective novel series. It marks Amazon's first hour-long original drama series (Amazon, midnight Friday).
  • "Bad Hair Day" is a new Disney original movie about a tech-wiz who goes on an unexpected trip across town on her prom day (Disney, 8p ET Friday).
  • "Rosie O'Donnell: A Heartfelt Stand Up" is a new comedy special (HBO, 10p Saturday).
  • The reality series "Comic Book Men" returns (AMC, midnight Sunday).
Kingsman: The Secret Service
Based on 39 critics

A spy organization recruits an uncouth street kid into its highly competitive training program. Read More

Fifty Shades of Grey
Based on 46 critics

An inexperienced college student begins a daring affair with a controlling businessman. Read More