1) “Saturday Night Live,” 11:29 p.m., NBC. Fresh from her Emmy triumphs, Phoebe Waller-Bridge hosted the season’s second “SNL.” She had some great sketches – including a gem (shown here) involving wartime letters – and had Taylor Swift as the music guest. It added up to one of the year’s best “SNL” episodes … a neat follow-up to winning three Emmys as the “Fleabag” writer-producer-star.
2) “The Last Dance,” 8 and 9 p.m., ABC. The acclaimed documentary series (originally on ESPN) concludes. In 1998, Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls won their fifth championship, beating the Utah Jazz. But 1999 would be difficult – first a brutal, seven-game series with the Indianapolis Pacers, then a rematch with the Jazz.
3) “24 Hours to Hell and Back” and “Lego Masters,” 8 and 9 p.m., Fox. First, Gordon Ramsay tries to rescue an Italian restaurant in Sweedsboro, N.J., as two brothers keep feuding. Then the makers of the delightful “Lego Movie” visit, giving contestants a movie-themed assignment.
4) “Coco” (2017), 8:20 p.m., Freeform. Most Pixar movies include it all – humor, emotion, gorgeous animation and soaring songs. Here, a Mexican kid’s family bans music; his journey takes him into the Land of the Dead. Robert Lopez and Kristin Anderson-Lopez – the married “Frozen” team – wrote great songs, including the Oscar-winning “Remember Me.” That wraps a terrific animation block that has “Despicable Me” films (2010, 2013) at 2 and 4:05 p.m. and “Hotel Transylvania” (2012) at 6:15.
5) “Line of Duty,” 11 p.m., AMC. This aired in England in 2016, but feels like current events in the U.S. The leader of a police Armed Response Unit shoots and kills a suspect; soon, investigators dig into what happened. That starts a six-week story in this well-crafted series.