1) “Saturday Night Live,” 11:29 p.m, NBC. There was a long gap – 23 years long – between when Adam Sandler was fired by “SNL” and when he returned to host. Still, the wait was worth it; an OK show, rerunning tonight, was elevated each time Sandler sang. There was his opener, about being fired … and his hilarious “Weekend Update” bit as Opera Man. And, most of all, his musical tribute (shown here) to his late friend, Chris Farley. Both funny and moving, it was one of the TV season’s finest moments.
2) “Crazy Rich Asians” and “A Star is Born” (2018), 5:55 and 8 p.m., HBO. Here’s a dandy double-feature – films that were well-made and broadly popular. “Asians” spiffed up a so-so romantic comedy, giving it flashy opening titles and zesty visuals, in the early-’60s style. “Star” is the third version of a romantic tragedy, now with great work from stars Bradley Cooper (who also directed) and Lady Gaga. Both films drew Golden Globe nominations; “Star” also had eight Oscar nods, including best picture.
3) “My Boyfriend’s Back: Wedding March 5,” 9-11 p.m., Hallmark. It’s a busy time for Hallmark, which starts its “Good Witch” season Sunday. To get us in the mood, it repeats “Wedding at Graceland” at 7 p.m., then has the fifth film wih Jack Wagner and Josie Bissett as owners of a romantic inn. This time, a young wedding planner has an event there … but learns that her ex-boyfriend is the best man.
4) “God Friended Me,” 8 p.m., CBS. Here’s a rerun of a February episode that seems like a better fit now, during baseball season: The “God account” tells Miles to work with a young baseball player. It turns out that the kid’s coach is Miles’ old high school teammate.
5) “The Good Doctor,” 9 p.m., ABC. In a rerun, Shaun and Morgan try to help a man who’s bargaining with his brother over life and death. As Dr. Glassman continues his slow road to recovery, Claire asks Dr. Melendez for help with a friend who is dying of cancer.