1) NAACP Image Awards, 8 p.m., CBS, BET, MTV, VH1 and more. After a decade of being on only one cable network, this returns to broadcast and beyond. Viola Davis is up for best actress in a movie (“Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom”) and TV (“How to Get Away With Murder”) and for entertainer of the year, alongside Regina King, Tyler Perry, D-Nice and Trevor Noah. Maxwell performs, Eddie Murphy (shown here in “Coming 2 America”) and Misty Copeland get special awards and presenters include Leslie Jones and JB Smoove.
2) Figure-skating, 8-10 p.m., NBC. Last year’s world championships were canceled because of COVID. Now – after a swirl of illness and changes in coaches and routines – they’re back, in Stockholm. The men have their finals at 2 p.m. on the NBC Sports Network; the women are at night.
3) “Saturday Night Live,” 11:29 p.m., NBC. Maya Rudolph spent seven-plus years on the show, then went on to movies, voice work and four TV series, including “Forever” and the much-praised “The Good Place.” This is only her second turn as host, but she keeps returning to “SNL,” especially to portray Kamala Harris. Jack Harlow is the music guest.
4) “American Idol” (ABC) and “The Masked Singer” (Fox), both 8 p.m. Two music competitions collide, via reruns, “Idol” has Monday’s episode, with the “Hollywood week” duets. “Masked Singer” has the season-opener. Don’t look it up before you see it; the final reveal is a delight.
5) “Mary Poppins Returns” (2018), 8:20 p.m., Freeform. Here’s some Saturday-night family fun, for just about any age. In the original film, the magical nanny sparked the lives of young Jane and Michael. Now, 25 years later, Michael is widowed and shaken by the Depression. Mary (Emily Blunt) is back; so is her cockney friend (Lin-Manuel Miranda). The result drew two Oscar nominations for its music, plus ones for sets and costumes. It has great support from Meryl Streep and Dick Van Dyke, who’s now 95.