1) “Saturday Night Live,” 11:29 p.m., NBC. Over a three-week stretch, “SNL” has been rerunning its social-distance episodes. Here’s the third one, a season finale that’s erratic, but shows improvement. Alec Baldwin opens the show as a bleach-gulping president, Kristen Wiig (shown here in a previous setting) hosts, Boyz II Men (plus Babyface) are music guests and Tina Fey has a terrific bit about the woes of sudden home-schooling.
2) “The Last Dance,” 8 and 9 p.m., ABC. As this acclaimed documentary (from ESPN) continues, Chicago Bulls fans have mixed emotions. They hated Dennis Rodman when he was aiPiston; now that he’s a Bull, he’s one of the few players (other than Michael Jordan) off to a good start.
3) “Despicable Me 3” (2013), 8-10 p.m., NBC. It’s a Steve Carell weekend. On Friday, his “Space Force” – a comedy series with Lisa Kudrow and John Malkovich – arrived on Netflix. Here is the second of his four animated movies (so far) as Gru, a reformed arch-villain.
4) “Flirty Dancing,” “Lego Masters” and “Ultimate Tag,” 8, 9 and 11 p.m., Fox. Summer has been fertile turf for reality shows. “Survivor” and “American Idol” started there; “America’s Got Talent” remains there. So now Fox has these three reruns. “Flirty” goes for romance, as strangers dance. The others have their season openers – a fun one at 9 p.m., as people combine to create a Lego amusement park, then a messy one at 11, giving a kids’ game (tag) lots of grown-up overkill.
5) “Frankie Drake Mysteries,” 7 p.m. ET, Ovation. This pleasant Canadian show tends to be erratic. Next week’s season-finale is lame, but this episode is quite good. The only female detective agency in 1920s Toronto tries to find a stolen violen … and to learn why it was taken. If you forgive the all-is-forgivenb touch (remember, this is Canadian), you’ll find it fairly entertaining.