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.
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…)