Harry Styles is no stranger to SNL, having appeared as musical guest with his former band One Direction back in 2012, and then again as a solo act five years later. Over just two visits, he's logged an impressive collection of sketch appearances, so it only makes sense that he'd pull double duty tonight. Let it be known: if he doesn't break out his '70s-era Mick Jagger impression, we will be sorely disappointed. Here's what's new and noteworthy on TV this Saturday:
NEW EPISODE: Following in the footsteps of Chance the Rapper's October appearance, Harry Styles returns to Saturday Night Live tonight as both host and musical guest. 11:30 PM ET / 8:30PM PT on NBC
SEASON PREMIERE: Some of us wouldn't know how to count to 50 were it not for Sesame Street. Happy we do, which makes the venerable show's 50th season premiere something worth celebrating. 9:00 AM ET on HBO
CABLE PREMIERE: HBO's big movie premiere this week is Little, in which hard-charging business woman Jordan Sanders (Regina Hall) is suddenly transformed into a childhood version of herself and begins to question the balance in her adult life. Issa Rae (Insecure) co-stars. Watch the trailer. 8:00 PM ET on HBO
MADE FOR TV MOVIE: Onetime high finance kingpin Nick (Jesse Metcalfe) loses his job in Christmas Under the Stars, rebounding with a gig selling Christmas trees for the holidays, where he finds romance with Julie (Autumn Reeser) who is also dealing with turmoil in her personal life. 8:00 PM ET on Hallmark
MADE FOR TV MOVIE: Former "Miss Christmas" Sarah Winter (Jana Kramer) returns home for the holidays to celebrate Christmas in Louisiana and commemorate her hometown's annual Sugarcane Christmas Festival, only to find love with Luke, her former "Mister Christmas" (Percy Daggs III). Dee Wallace (E.T.) and Barry Bostwick (The Rocky Horror Picture Show) co-star. 8:00 PM ET on Lifetime
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