1) “Saturday Night Live,” 11:29 p.m., NBC. Kim Kardashian West (shown here) is someone the show usually likes to mock; now, instead, she’s the host. It will be her first time on “SNL,” but her estranged husband Kanye West has been the music guest seven times. He usually brings a visually ambitious number – as does Halsey, who tonight has her fourth turn as music guest.
2) ”Impeachment,” 6 p.m. to 12:11 a.m., FX. Coming up (at 10 p.m. Tuesday) is a terrific hour, as Monica Lewinsky and the FBI spend 12 mutually bewildering hours together in a hotel and shopping mall. To set the stage, here’s a rerun of the first half of this superb, 10-part series.
3) “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” and “World’s Funniest Animals,” 8-10 p.m., CW. It’s a big night for the mini-network, marking the first time CW has been seven days a week. The shows themselves are low-budget, but can seem fine on a rerun-clogged night. “Whose Line” has Kevin McHale as the 8 p.m. guest, with Laila Ali at 8:30; then Colin Mochrie, a “Whose Line” regular, visits “Animals” at 9.
4) “Dying to Belong” and “No One Would Tell,” 8 and 10:03 p.m., Lifetime, repeating at 12:01 and 2:04 a.m. It’s a Shannen Doherty double-feature, with two remakes of TV movies from the ‘90s. In “Dying,” which is new, her daughter dies during a sorority hazing; in “No One”(from 2018), her daughter’s boyfriend is a popular but abusive athlete.
5) Baseball-football overlap. This should be baseball’s big time, with the play-offs; tonight, TBS has a National League doubleheader, with games at 5:07 p.m. ET in Milwaukee and 9:07 p.m. in San Francisco. But footall has a way of dominating things. Fox – temporarily without baseball – has big games: Maryland at Ohio State (ranked No. 7) at noon ET, Penn State (No. 4) at Iowa (No. 3) at 4 p.m. and Utah at Southern California at 8. Also at 8, CBS has top-ranked Alabama at Texas A&M.