1) “Wedding at Graceland,” 9-11 p.m., Hallmark. Six months ago, “Christmas in Graceland” had two aspiring musicians (Kellie Pickler and Wes Brown, shown here) fall in love at Elvis Presley’s former home, with Elvis’ holiday songs on the soundtrack. It was a ratings hit, so now they’re back … and have just three weeks to plan a Graceland Chapel wedding. There’s lots of Presley here – Priscilla plays herself, Lee Brice sings an Elvis song and we’ll hear more Elvis on the soundtrack.
2) “Saturday Night Live,” 11:29 p.m., NBC. Two generations of stars boost this rerun. Emma Thompson, 60, hosts; the Jonas Brothers – 26, 29 and 31 – sing. It’s their first time in a decade (and second overall) as music guests … and her first time as host. Still, she’s well-prepared; Thompson was the first woman in Cambridge’s Footlights comedy troupe and hosted her a British sketch show.
3) “Ask Dr. Ruth,” any time, Hulu. Long before finding fame as a sex advisor – on radio, on cable-TV and in books – Ruth Westheimer lived a dramatic life. Orphaned by the Holocaust at 10, she was an Israeli sniper who was wounded at 20. She studied in Paris and New York, then soared. This film ranges from childhood diaries to her annual journey to see longtime friends in Israel and Switzerland.
4) “God Friended Me,” 8 p.m., CBS. The show does double duty, with reruns today and Sunday. In this one, Miles re-unites with a legendary detective, to find a tennis star who vanished a decade ago.
5) “The Hot Zone,” 6 p.m. to midnight ET, National Geographic, and/or “Fosse/Verdon” finale, midnight, FX. We get second chances o see two ambitious mini-series, each based on true stories. “Hot Zone” gives us the full six-parter, with an Ebola crisis near Washington, D.C. “Fosse/Verdon” has the deeply moving finale, as Bob Fosse and Gwen Verdon flail at their separate lives.