Saturday Night Live. Kumail Nanjiani (The Big Sick) hosts. Musical guest: Doylestown’s own Pink. Will the normally topical show finally find something to say about Harvey Weinstein? 11:29 p.m. Saturday, NBC.
White Famous. SNL veteran Jay Pharoah stars in a new comedy as Floyd Mooney, a standup comic worried about the compromises he may have to make to take his career to the next level. From Jamie Foxx and Tom Kapinos (Californication), it’s said to be based on some of Foxx’s own experiences. 10 p.m. Sunday, Showtime.
Survivor’s Remorse. Sadly, this is it for the LeBron James-produced comedy about a young NBA star, Cam Calloway (Jessie T. Usher), and his family — led by Tichina Arnold as his irrepressible mother — learning to cope with money and fame while dealing with some serious issues. Starz announced this week that this fourth season, which wraps up with a two-episode finale, will be the last. 10 p.m. Sunday, Starz.
The Good Doctor. America really does seem to love Freddie Highmore (Bates Motel) as Dr. Shaun Murphy, a brilliant young surgeon with autism. Is it because he seems incapable of lying, because he never asks about insurance, or because he has, let’s face it, dreamy eyes? In this episode, Shaun makes some progress with his so far skeptical colleagues. 10 p.m. Monday, ABC.
Martha & Snoop’s Potluck Dinner Party. Philly’s Patti LaBelle comes to dinner, along with Jamie Foxx and Charlie Wilson, in the second-season premiere of the Emmy-nominated reality show starring Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg. 10 p.m. Monday, VH1.
You’re the Worst. Gretchen (Aya Cash) throws a divorce party for Lindsay (Kether Donohue), and Jimmy (Chris Geere) goes to a romance/erotic fiction convention in the latest episode of the wonderfully twisted romantic comedy you never knew you wanted. 10 p.m. Wednesday, FXX.
The Eleven. True-crime alert: Limited series follows a journalist and a retired police detective as they look into the cases of 11 young women murdered in the Galveston County, Texas, area in the 1970s. 9 p.m. Thursday, moving to 10 p.m. the following week, A&E.
Tracy Ullman’s Show. The sketch-comedy artist’s show kicks off its second season. 11 p.m. Friday, HBO.