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Saturday Night Live
11:29/10:29c NBC
Girl power abounds when two skilled young actresses host back-to-back episodes in November, with Scarlett Johansson holding court over the satirical goings-on tonight and Anne Hathaway hosting next week. Johansson, star of 2003's Lost in Translation and 2010's Iron Man 2, is an iron lady who takes on SNL hosting duties for the third time. Elsewhere, the Canadian indie rockers of Arcade Fire hope to burn it up on the music stage. — Dean Maurer

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The Lost Future

9/8c Syfy
If tonight's adventure flick is an accurate prediction of the future, then there is some good news ahead for the human race: Urban sprawl will one day be a thing of the past. The downside: Our descendants will have their hands full trying to live among mutated beasts that carry a deadly disease. Sean Bean (Silent Hill) and Annabelle Wallis (The Tudors) star in this what-happens-after-civilization-falls tale. — Michael Chant

College Football
3:30/2:30c CBS
If you haven't seen Heisman Trophy front-runner Cam Newton yet, this is your chance, with his Auburn Tigers hosting Georgia. The 6-6 junior college transfer is leading the SEC in both rushing and passing efficiency, and has the Tigers entrenched in the national title chase. For a Bulldog squad that already has five losses, knocking off the Tigers could be their chance for redemption. Freshman QB Aaron Murray will attempt to work over an Auburn secondary that ranks next to last in pass defense in the conference. — Dave Roeder

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The Good Witch's Gift

8/7c Hallmark
Catherine Bell is back for a third round as the magical Cassie Nightingale in the Good Witch film series. Tonight, Cassie prepares to finally wed Jake on Christmas Eve. But even though she's got pushy Martha working as her wedding planner, no one can stop problems from popping up left and right, including a fight between Jake's kids, a newly released ex-con lingering around town and Grandpa George's alienation from the family. — Brie Hearn

Dear Food Network
9/8c Food Network
Preparing the big Thanksgiving dinner can be an intimidating undertaking. Luckily, the most trusted Food Network hosts are on hand to address the most common Turkey Day dilemmas, helping even novice chefs get the bird and all the trimmings to the table. Also featured are new recipes that your friends and family are sure to gobble right up. — Karen A. Kelty

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Back from Hell: A Tribute to Sam Kinison

10/9c Comedy Central
Imitation may the sincerest form of flattery, but the colleagues assembled to salute comedian Sam Kinison (1953-1992) won't even attempt to replicate the onstage screaming that made him famous. Instead, Denis Leary, Chris Rock, George Lopez, Kathy Griffin and others are content to heap praise on and share stories about his unique and groundbreaking style. The 2010 film is not rated, but rest assured there is plenty of dicey language, especially in numerous clips of Kinison's fiery performances. — Joe Friedrich

Tracy Morgan: Black and Blue
10/9c HBO
A 1984 performance at the Apollo Theater helped launch Tracy Morgan's comedy career, and he returns to the hallowed New York venue for his first HBO stand-up special. In the intervening years, Morgan has become known for his often bizarre and unpredictable humor, and that trait is intact as he explores a wide range of topics that include exercise; the differences between black and white culture; meeting Barack Obama; terrorism; drugs; sex; rage; and his first girlfriend. — Joe Friedrich