1) “Saturday Night Live,” 11:29 p.m., NBC. For three Olympic weekends, we’ve had laughless Saturdays. Now the drought is over and John Mulaney hosts a new episode. He was an “SNL” writer for four years, co-creating Bill Hader’s Stefon character. (They’re shown here.) This is his fifth time as host and his first since finishing drug-rehab a year ago. He’s also returned to do uncredited bits and to write for some hosts. The music guest is LCD Sound System, which won a Grammy for “Tonite.”
2) ”NAACP Image Awards,” 8-10 p.m., Bravo, MTV and VH1. Anthony Anderson (whose “Black-ish” is up for best TV comedy) hosts, with music from Mary J. Blige. Eentertainer-of-the-year nominees are musicians Lil Nas X and Megan Thee Stallion; actors Regina King and Tiffany Haddish; and Jennifer Hudson, who does both. Her “Respect is up for best movie, against “King Richard,” “The Harder They Fall,” “Judas and the Black Messiah” and “The United States vs. Billie Holiday.”
3) “The Equalizer,” 8 p.m., CBS. On Sunday, this will have its first new episode in seven weeks. Before that, here’s one more rerun, as Robyn tries to help a woman who was separated from her son while crossing the border to the U.S. That’s followed by “SWAT,” which also has a new episode Sunday; this rerun has bank robbers who consider themselves Robin Hoods … until things turn lethal.
4) “Attenborough’s Global Adventures,” 8-9:10 p.m., BBC America. Wrapping up his three-week series, David Attenborough goes to China, where fossils for 150 dinosaur species have been discovered. And in Galapagos, he takes a submersible ship 1,000 feet below the surface, emerging with spectacular sights, including an annual, full-moon spawning event.
5) “Free Guy,” 8 p.m., HBO. This is a weekend to admire the immense talent of Jodie Comer. On Sunday, her “Killing Eve” starts its final season … On the Acorn streamer, she’s superb as an overwhelmed nursing-home aide in “Help” … And here she’s a young computer whiz, linking with a guy (Ryan Reynolds) who has just learned he’s a character in a video game. Then jump straight to Turner Classic Movies for the brilliant “Fargo” (1996) at 9:45 p.m.