“Key Largo” 7 p.m., TCM (1948)
Humphrey Bogart plays a WWII veteran visiting a friend’s hotel in the Florida Keys. As a hurricane approaches, mobsters take over the hotel. Also starring Lauren Bacall and Edward G. Robinson. Directed by John Huston.
“We Are Marshall” 7 p.m., AMC (2006)
The story of the 1970 plane crash that killed most members of the Marshall University football team. Matthew McConaughey, above, stars as the coach who rebuilds the program — and helps heal the community.
“Avatar” 7 p.m., FX (2009)
Sam Worthington and Zoe Saldana star in James Cameron’s sci-fi epic. On the planet Pandora, humans threaten the native people until one soldier helps them fight back.
“Christmas in the City” 7 p.m., Lifetime (2013)
Does the plot really matter in Lifetime’s holiday movies? In this one, Wendy (Ashley Williams) and her 6-year-old move to the big city to make extra holiday cash. She ends up helping out the real St. Nick. Of course.
“My Crazy Obsession” 8 p.m., TLC (new)
More on Christmas collections: Holiday decorators discuss the time, money and effort they put into their year-round compulsions.
“Swamp Pawn” 9 p.m., CMT (new)
Rick has to make a speech at the state senate, and Shorty caters an event for a softball team.
“Saturday Night Live” 10:29 p.m., NBC (live)
Before you catch him in “Anchorman 2,” see Paul Rudd host “SNL,” with musical guest One Direction, above.
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