1) “Saturday Night Live,” 11:29 p.m., NBC. A dozen years ago, Aubrey Plaza and Michael B. Jordan were supporting players in NBC-produced shows (“Parks and Recreation” and “Friday Night Lights”). Now they’re movie stars, wth their first turns as “SNL” hosts. Next week, is Jordan, with Lil Baby as music guest; this week (with Sam Smith as music guest) is Plaza, who has soared with “Emily the Criminal” (shown here), “White Lotus” and more.
2) “Dionne Warwick: Don’t Make Me Over,” 9-11 p.m. ET, CNN. Here’s a quick rerun of a film that soars in story and sound. We hear parts of 40 songs, but that’s just the start. Warwick had 56 songs on the Billboard charts, a dozen in the top 10. Still, there’s much more. She challenged racists. She nudged Ronald Reagan to finally say “AIDS,” seven years into his presidency. And she convened “gangster rappers,” lecturing them on misogyny.
3) Football, 4:30 p.m. ET, NBC; and 8:15 p.m. ET, Fox. After getting byes in the first round, the two conference-leaders (each 14-3) are back. First, the Kansas City Chiefs host the Jacksonville Jaguars (10-8), who overcame four interceptions and a 27-0 score to beat the Chargers on a last-second field goal. Then the Philadelphia Eagles host the Giants (10-7-1), who beat the Vikings for their first playoff win in 11 years. There are two more games Sunday.
4) Spielberg spree: It’s time for some great Steven Spielberg movies. BBC America has “Jaws” (1975) at 8 p.m. The Paramount Network has “Raiders of the Lost Ark” (1981) at 8, with its first two sequels at 10:30 p.m. (1984) and 1 a.m. (1989).
5) AND MORE: At 8 p.m., NBC reruns the first two episodes of the revived “Night Court,” a bright (albeit rather silly) comedy. CBS counters with an “FBI” rerun. And ABC and ESPN offers UFC (Ultimate Fighting Championship) matches.