1) “Web of Dreams,” 8-10 p.m., Lifetime. Now the Casteel saga is complete. Over five Saturdays, Lifetime has had adaptations of the V.C. Andrews novels. The first three starred young Annalise Basso as Heaven Casteel (shown here). In “Heaven” (rerunning at noon), her father sells her to a cruel family … In “Dark Angel” (2 p.m.), she finds her grandfather’s mansion … In “Fallen Hearts” (4), she’s lured back there… In “Gates of Paradise” (6), her daughter faces tragedy … Then “Web” flashes back to the family secrets.
2) “Saturday Night Live,” 11:29 p.m., NBC. Here’s a rerun of one of the year’s best episodes. Seth Meyers hosts, bringing some extra wit to the opening monolog and (briefly) to “Weekend Update.” Paul Simon – who hosted the show’s second episode, 43-plus years ago – is the music guest.
3) Football, 7 p.m., ESPN; 10:30, CBS Sports Network. Logic says this can’t happen yet. It isn’t fall; most colleges haven’t started classes. Still, fall football begins for colleges, with two games tonight, some more next Thursday and Friday, then the first of many Saturday marathons. In today’s first game, Florida – ranked No. 8 in a pre-season poll – hosts Miami. In the second, Hawaii hosts Arizona.
4) “A Million Little Things,” 8-11 p.m., ABC. This starts with a rerun of the pilot film, with a cheery group of friends suddenly facing an inxplicable tragedy. That skillf blends emotion and occasional humor; so do the other two reruns, when two seemingly pleasant events – a dance and a birthday party – are awash in remorse and regret.
5) “Hitsville: The Making of Motown,” 9-11 p.m., Showtime. A documentary tells one of pop music’s best stories: Berry Gordy – a songwriter who’d been a boxer, an autoworker and a music-store owner – borrowed $800 and created a great record company.