Diane Werts writes about television for Newsday. Werts previously was the founding editor of Newsday's trend-spotting magazine TV
Off the Wall thinks tricks are treats.
Catherine Bell is "The Good Witch" (Saturday starting at 11 a.m.) in five straight Cassie Nightingale films, followed by the premiere of "The Good Witch's Destiny" (9 p.m., all on Hallmark). Catch up to the new Fox fave "Sleepy Hollow"
'SPARTACUS' COMPLETE Starz's graphic actioner runs again from start, with the late Andy Whitfield, to finish, with Liam McIntyre. Kicking things off: "Spartacus: Blood and Sand"
OPRAH GOES GAY In her OWN cable program slate, we mean. Sunday night's study of being gay in America starts with Winfrey's "Oprah's Next Chapter" (9 p.m.), talking with Hollywood's openly out Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Dan Bucatinsky and Wanda Sykes. Then, it's "Bridegroom" (10 p.m.-midnight), an acclaimed documentary from Linda Bloodworth Thomason ("Designing Women") about two young men whose relationship suffers a double tragedy when one dies and the other has no legal standing. Video at oprah.com/bridegroom.