1) “Diana,” 9 p.m. ET, CNN. If you missed the opener last Sunday (a crowded night), here’s a second chance. This starts a six-week documentary that mixes old film, new commentary and the audio tapes Diana (shown here) made for Andrew Morton’s biography. Tonight, we meet near-opposites: As a nanny, her first employer says, Diana was “very tactile,” warm and loving. And Prince Charles? “There was never anything tactile about him,” Diana said. On Sunday, we’ll see the wedding and some ominous signs.
2) “Saturday Night Live,” 11:29 p.m., NBC. Before becoming a movie star – an Oscar in “Bohemian Rhapsody,” an imposing villain’s role in “No Time to Die” – Rami Malek was big on TV, winning an Emmy in “Mr. Robot.” Now he’s back to TV, hosting “SNL”; Young Thug is the music guest.
3) “Ghosts,” 8 and 8:30 p.m., and “CSI: Vegas,” 9-10 p.m., CBS. Here’s a second chance to see the start of these shows. “Ghosts,” rippling with sharp sight gags, is great fun; “CSI: Vegas” does a fairly good job of introducing a new crew while bringing back some of the originals – Sara Sidle, Jim Brass and (in the final seconds) Gil Grissom.
4) “Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff: The Kristine Carlson Story,” 8-10 p.m., Lifetime. Kristine Carlson had an enviable life: She went to Pepperdine University in Malibu, married Richard Carlson and worked with him as he wrote 20 successful self-help books. She co-authored three of them, including “Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff in Love.” Then her husband died of a pulmony embolism at 45. Heather Locklear stars in this film (produced by Meghan McCain) about her effort to rebuild her life.
5) Sports overlap. The baseball play-offs continue, but this is the day that college football dominates. The most interest might be at 3:30 p.m. ET; Georgia – newly elevated to No. 1 after upsetting Alabama – hosts Kentucky, ranked No. 11, on CBS. Iowa, elevated to No. 2, hosts Purdue on ABC.