1) “Saturday Night Live,” 11:29 p.m., NBC. Here’s a rerun of the episode Daniel Kaluuya (shown here) hosted, after winning an Academy Award for “Judas and the Black Messiah.” That was no comedy, of course; most of his work has been in dramas, from “Widows” to “Queen & Slim” to his Oscar-nominated work in “Get Out.” St. Vincent is the music guest.
2) “Left for Dead: The Ashley Reeves Story,”8-10 p.m., Lifetime. For police, this was simply a chance to recover a body: After 12 hours of interrogation, a teacher confessed to killing a 17-year-old student he’s had sex with; he took them to the woods, where he’d hidden her. Then came the jolt: Abandoned for 30 hours, she was (barely) alive. That true story, from 2006, is at the core of this movie. Anwen Driscoll, 21, plays the victim, who made a slow recovery; Jennie Garth plays her mom.
3) “Superstar Racing Experience” debut, 8-10 p.m. ET, CBS. If race fans tire of seeing 400 miles of left turns, they might try this alternative. It has short races between a variety of drivers, including such stars as Tony Stewart, Michael Waltrip and Helio Castrovenes. This continues weekly, through July 17.
4) More sports. That racing debut is on an overcrowded night. There are pro play-offs in basketball (Jazz-Clippers, 8:30 p.m. ET, ABC) and hockey. There’s baseball (7:15 p.m., Fox). And NBC has the U.S. Olympic diving trials, from 4-6 p.m. and 8-9 p.m.; on Sunday, that ends and swimming begins.
5) “Your Honor,” noon to 8 p.m., Showtime. Over the next few days, Showtime will rerun some potent mini-series. This one starts powerfully, with Bryan Cranston as an honest (until now) judge, pulled into a dilemma via family trouble. The plot keeps building, but the ending is so-so. Also coming are “The Good Lord Bird” at noon Sunday and “The Comey Rule” at 8 p.m. Monday and Tuesday.