On TV this Saturday: Amy Adams takes the Saturday Night Live stage, Syfy brings a Christmas Icetastrophe, Atlantis’ fall finale starts a new journey and Charlie Brown searches for holiday cheer. Here are eight programs to keep on your radar.
What to Watch Tonight
Amy Adams and 1D Do SNL, Syfy's Icetastrophe and More
I Want a Dog for Christmas, Charlie Brown!
In this holiday short — which first aired in 2003 — Lucy and Linus’ little brother, ReRun, turns to Snoopy and Spike for holiday cheer.
The Sound of Music Live!
Repeat to Revisit: If Peter Pan isn’t exactly your style, relive this Carrie Underwood-led production of the classic musical. (And bust out the tissues whenever Audra McDonald sings.)
It’s no Sharknado, but this holiday disaster film — in which an asteroid strikes a small town and triggers a wave of ice crystals that threaten to freeze all life on Earth — sounds pretty darn apocalyptic. Victor Webster (Continuum), Jennifer Spence and Richard Harmon star.
Winter finale: Feeling guilty as Ariadne lies on her deathbed, Jason vows to save her and embarks on a dangerous quest.
In 2006, Tony conceals his tracks, while Emily’s world collapses around her. Meanwhile, in the present day, Tony and Julien look for a new lead.
The Graham Norton Show
On Graham’s guest list this time around: Jim Carrey, Jude Law, Tamsin Greig (Episodes) and singer Nicole Scherzinger.
Frank is hired to transport a famous singer to and from her concert venues — but everything changes when a motorcyclist opens fire on them.
Saturday Night Live
Amy Adams hosts, with musical guest One Direction. (Sing it with me! Baby, you light up my world like nobody else…)