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Natasha Lyonne Hosts SNL Finale, Carlin Docu Wraps and More

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On TV this Saturday: A Supergirl vet pursues a Hallmark romance, HBO’s George Carlin docuseries comes to an end, and Natasha Lyonne hosts the SNL finale — what a concept! Here are eight programs to keep in your radar; all times are Eastern. (Also check out our weekly TVLine-Up of premieres and finales, plus our monthly streaming guide.)

  • Lifetime
    Disappearance in Yellowstone

    TV-movie premiere: After their car breaks down in a desolate national park, a mother (Chilling Adventures of Sabrina‘s Lucie Guest) treks by foot to find a mechanic, then returns to find her 17-year-old daughter has [see name of film]; Jonathan Scarfe (Raising the Bar) and Cassandra Sawtell (Harper’s Island) co-star.

  • BBC America

    Season 2 premiere: The first fresh installment follows Rupestre, a solitary mother puma raising four cubs.

  • HBO
    George Carlin's American Dream

    Docuseries finale: The two-part event, which kicked off Friday, chronicles the life and work of the counterculture comedian. (Part 1 is now streaming on HBO Max.)

  • Hallmark Channel
    Romance to the Rescue

    TV-movie premiere: To impress a crush, Kyra (Supergirl‘s Andrea Brooks) must find (and quickly train) a dog to compete in an agility show.

  • The CW
    Would I Lie to You?

    Adam Pally and Jill Kargman join team captain Matt Walsh, while Gizelle Bryant and Dave Hill team up with captain Sabrina Jalees.

  • The CW
    Masters of Illusion

    Featured magicians include Eric Jones, Alex Ramon, Clairvoyants, Joel Meyers and Shoot Ogawa. (See CW fall schedule!)

  • CBS
    48 Hours

    Vincent Simmons served 44 years for the attempted aggravated rape of twin sisters — but he swears he didn’t do it upon his release.

  • NBC
    Saturday Night Live

    Season 47 finale: Russian Doll‘s Natasha Lyonne hosts, with musical guest Japanese Breakfast. (Which SNL vets might soon exit?)

    🏌🏻‍♀️ ON THIS DAY IN TV HISTORY 🏌🏻‍♀️
    On May 21, 1990, at the end of the Newhart series finale, Dick Loudon got hit with a golf ball and came to in bed next to Suzanne Pleshette. Will This Is Us do same on Tuesday?!

    And on May 21, 2012, House ended its Fox run, after eight seasons and many Lupus misdiagnoses.