1) “Schitt’s Creek,” 4-11 p.m., Pop. It took five years for this oft-clever show to get attention. Now “Schitt’s Creek” has Emmy nominations for best comedy and for its costumes and stars, Eugene Levy and Catherine O’Hara (shown here); TV Guide named it the best current show. It’s not THAT good, but it is above average, with a once-rich family settling for life in the tattered town it once bought. The sixth and final season starts in January; here’s the fifth, starting with O’Hara’s awful horror movie.
2) “Saturday Night Live,” 11:29 p.m., NBC. A week before its season-opener, “SNL” reruns an episode in which host Adam Sandler delivered some great musical moments. There was his early song about being fired by the show … and his hilarious “Opera Man” visit to “Weekend Update.” And, especially, his deeply moving tribute to his late friend Chris Farley.
3) “The Simpsons,” 8 p.m., Fox. With the Emmys filling Fox on Sunday, some cartoon reruns will be a day earlier than usual. That starts with Marge dealing crystals that supposedly have healing power. It’s followed by repeats of “Bob’s Burgers” and “Family Guy.”
4) “Last Man Standing,” 9:30 p.m., Fox. Starting next week, this show will be on the shelf for a while. Ratings have been solid, but wrestling and football are taking a lot of slots. In tonight’s rerun, Mandy and Kyle pool their money, with shaky results. And with Chuck away, Ed takes over security.
5) Creative Arts Emmy Awards, 8 p.m., FXX, repeating at 10:30. Sure, there will be a lot of Emmy categories (27) Sunday. Many more, however, were in this two-night ceremony. That includes the technical categories – 10 wins for “Game of Thrones” — and guest stars. The comedy ones went to “Mrs. Maisel” (Jane Lynch and Luke Kirby), drama to “Handmaid’s Tale” (Cherry Jones and Bradley Whitford). It’s the fourth win for Whitford, whose comedy gem “Perfect Harmony” starts Thursday.