1) “Saturday Night Live,” 11:29 p.m., NBC. On Monday, Jason Sudeikis won (for the second straight year) Emmys for best comedy series (“Ted Lilly,” shown here) and best comedy actor. Now here’s a rerun of his hosting gig on “SNL” – the show that won for best variety sketch series. This was Sudeikis’ first turn as host – nine years after he left “SNL”; Brandi Carlisle was the music guest.
2) “The Girl in Room 13,” 8 p.m., Lifetime, repeating at 10:13 and midnight. Anne Heche had a busy acting streak, shortly before her death last month (at 53, after a crash). This role shows off her immense range. As the mother of a missing teen, she’s alternately commanding, crumbling, quaking and raging, Heche is excellent, but the film is a tortured journey that strains believability.
3) More movies. Saturday is often sequel time for cable. AMC has the “Lethal Weapon” films at 4 p.m. (1987), 6:30 (1989), 9 (1992) and 11:30 (1998). Paramount has “Spider-Man” films at 2 (2012) and 5 p.m. (2014), repeating then at 8 and 11. For an alternative, Turner Classic Movies has Rob Reiner’s superb “Stand By Me” (1986), at 10:15 p.m. ET.
4) “America’s Got Talent,” 8-10 p.m., NBC. Here’s a rerun of the finale, with a million-dollar prize at stake. Also rerunning at 8 is CBS’ “FBI: Most Wanted”: When a Colombian druglord escapes from prison, the team begins a quick search.
5) Football. After beating two minor teams by a combined 92-10, Toledo visits 3rd-ranked Ohio State, at 7 p.m. ET on Fox. If that turns out to be a mismatch, try ABC at 7:30, with 11th-ranked Michigan State at Washington.