1) “Saturday Night Live,” 11:29 p.m., NBC. Next week, this show starts its 47th season, filling a vast void on Saturdays. First, here’s one more rerun. Hosting is Anya Taylor-Joy (shown here), who is almost an Emmy-winner. (Her “The Queen’s Gambit” was named best mini-series; she was nominated for best actress in a movie or mini-series.) Lil Nas X is the music guest.
2) “Star Wars” films, all day, TNT. The story unfolds chronologically. The prequels are at 3:11 a.m. (1999), 6:11 (2002) and 9:18 (2005). The stand-alone “Rogue One” (2016) is at 12:31 p.m. followed by the original classics: “Star Wars” (1977) at 3:28 p.m., “The Empire Strikes Back” (1980) at 6:13 and “Return of the Jedi” (1983) at 9.
3) Football, all day. One of the best match-ups starts at noon ET on Fox, with Notre Dame (ranked No. 12) at Wisconsin (No. 18). You could follow that with Texas A&M (No. 7) at Arkansas (No. 16), at 3:30 p.m. ET on CBS; and West Virginia at Oklahoma (No. 4), at 7:30 on ABC.
4) “Frankie Drake Mysteries: Music at Midnight,” 7 p.m. ET, Ovation, Next week, “Frankie Drake” – a pleasant-enough show abour an all-woman detective agency in 1920s Toronto – starts its fourth and final season. First, here’s a detour: Two co-stars, Chantel Riley and Sharron Matthews, sing; they’re backed by members of the Toronto Symphony.
5) “The Voice,” 8-10 p.m., NBC. With lots of shows zooming past us, even the ratings-winners might be overlooked. Here’s a second chance to see Tuesday’s opener, with Ariana Grande in her first day as coach. John Legend is in his sixth season, with one winner so far; Kelly Clarkson is in her eighth, with three winners. And Blake Shelton had done them all; so far, he has eight winners in 20 seasons.