1) Football, 4:35 p.m. ET, NBC, and 8:15 p.m., CBS. Fresh from their overtime win (shown here) over the Saints in New Orleans, the Minnesota Vikings face the 49ers in San Francisco. Then the Baltimore Ravens host the Tennessee Titans. There’s more on Sunday, with Houston in Kansas City and Seattle in Green Bay.
2) “Saturday Night Live,” 11:29 p.m., NBC. After Eddie Murphy’s triumphant return as host, “SNL” has slid into a string of reruns. Here’s the fourth straight, this time with Jennifer Lopez hosting and DaBaby as music guest. The string finally ends next week, with Adam Driver and Halsey.
3) “The Conners,” 8 and 8:30 p.m., ABC. This terrific show has been way too scarce lately. It’s only had one new show since November and won’t have another until Jan. 21. For now, we’ll have to settle for these reruns: The first is particularly good, because Johnny Galecki is back as Darlene’s ex-husband David; she can’t decided between him and Ben. In the second episode, her daughter finally gives her a needed talking-to. And in both, her sister wobbles under the responsibilities of a single mom.
4) “The Deputy,” 9 p.m., Fox. Here’s a quick rerun of the show’s second episode – a so-so one in which police kept bungling just enough to set up frantic chase scenes. Still, the previous episode was stronger and “Deputy” is worth a try. It’s preceded at 8 by a rerun of the season-opener of Gordon Ramsay’s “24 Hours to Hell and Back”; Ramsay visits a Virginia seafood spot with feuding brothers in charge.
5) “Rashomon” (1950) and “The Outrage” (1964), 8 and 10 p.m. ET, Turner Classic Movies. Japanese cinema was mostly ignored until “Rashomon” arrived. The film drew shrugs at home, but raves elsewhere – the top Venice Film Festival prize, an honorary Oscar and more. The notion of showing an event from different viewpoints became the “Rashomon effect.” The American version, “The Outrage,” was sub-par despite a notable cast – Paul Newman, Claire Bloom and (as a priest) William Shatner.