1) “Jailbreak Lovers,”8-10:03 p.m., Lifetime. This starts with the sort of true story that tabloids savor: Toby Young, 48, led a dog-training program for prisoners; then she fell for John Manard, 27, and helped him escape. But there’s more to it: Catherine Bell, who stars with Tom Stevens (they’re shown here), was intrigued by the notion of a good-hearted rules-follower whose one mis-step was a whopper. Bell fills the film with hints of warmth, hope and even humor.
2) “Saturday Night Live,” 11:29 p.m., NBC. “SNL” is the natural turf for Zoe Kravitz, who is the daughter of rock star Lenny Kravitz and “Cosby” star Lisa Bonet. She hosted this rerun, timed to her appearance as Catwoman in “The Batman”; Rosalia is the music guest.
3) “Sixteen Candles”(1984) and “Fast Times at Ridgemont High” (1982), 8 and 10 p.m., AMC. Two of the better teen movies air back-to-back. First, Molly Ringwald finds her 16th birthday overshadowed by her sister’s wedding and by life’s quirks. Then we follow a year of high school life, catching the extremes. There’s great work from Sean Penn with the comedy parts and Jennifer Jason Leigh with the heartbreak. These are preceded by “Caddyshack” (1980) at 4 p.m. and :”Vacation” (1983) at 6.
4) “Transplant,” 8 p.m., NBC. This solidly crafted Canadian drama follows a Syrian doctor who uses his wartime skills while working in a Toronto hospital. Now the hospital is going through turmoil; he takes a trip with his sister.
5) “The Rookie,” 10 p.m., ABC. In this rerun, a teen thief has stolen a police helicopter; to get it back, John and his police colleague, Lucy Chen, must fulfill three quests. Also, Harper and Thorson are guarding a convicted cop-killer.