On TV this Saturday: Harry Styles makes his SNL hosting debut, The O.C.‘s Taylor celebrates Christmas Under the Stars and the Sesame Street gang befriends a Foo Fighter. Here are nine programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
Harry Styles Hosts SNL, O.C. Vet's Christmas Movie and More
Season 50 premiere: The Foo Fighters’ Dave Grohl joins Big Bird and Elmo as they travel across America meeting new friends and families.
Nine games: Broadcast matchups include Indiana vs. Penn State (12 pm, ABC); Florida vs. Missouri (12 pm, CBS); Michigan State vs. Michigan (12 pm, Fox); Navy vs. Notre Dame (2:30 pm, NBC); Wake Forest vs. Clemson (3:30 pm, ABC); Georgia vs. Auburn (3:30 pm, CBS); Minnesota vs. Iowa (4 pm, Fox); Oklahoma vs. Baylor (7:30 pm, ABC) and UCLA vs. Utah (8 pm, Fox).
Christmas in Louisiana
TV-movie premiere: A successful lawyer (One Tree Hill‘s Jana Kramer) returns home to rediscover the magic of Christmas, while falling in love along the way; Percy Daggs III (Veronica Mars), Moira Kelly (One Tree Hill) and Barry Bostwick (Spin City) co-star.
Christmas Under the Stars
TV-movie premiere: A former investment banker (Chesapeake Shores‘ Jesse Metcalfe) falls for an astronomy teacher (The O.C.‘s Autumn Reeser) after taking a job at… a Christmas tree lot.
Premium cable premiere: A ruthless businesswoman (Black Monday’s Regina Hall) is transformed into a 13-year-old version of herself (black-ish’s Marsai Martin); Issa Rae (Insecure), Justin Hartley (This Is Us), Tracee Ellis Ross (black-ish) and Mikey Day (SNL) co-star.
My Sister's Deadly Secret
TV-movie premiere: A family reunion takes a dark turn when a young woman discovers that her estranged sister is actually a sociopathic imposter.
“Beyoncé” and “Jay-Z” host a music awards show and look back at some of All That‘s best musical moments.
Blue Planet Now
Liz joins a group of scientists to understand how climate change and pollution are impacting the Great Barrier Reef.
Saturday Night Live
Former One Direction frontman Harry Styles pulls double duty as host and musical guest. (Who’s hosting on Nov. 23?)