“Boomtown” (7 and 10 p.m., Planet Green). The conclusion of the 5-part documentary, as the residents of Parshall, N.D., reflect on the changes to the town and its people a year after the oil boom began. If you’ve missed the first four parts, they’re all airing in a mini marathon starting at 5 p.m. It’s been interesting, and what’s almost as interesting is how evenhanded Planet Green — an eco-friendly network if ever there was one — treats the oil companies. They take a hands-off approach leave the judgment to the viewer. Personally, it seems like the town is selling its soul for quick cash, but I appreciate how that message wasn’t hammered into my brain again and again.
“Saturday Night Live” (11 p.m., NBC). Russell Brand hosts, and he’s unpredictable enough to make this worth watching for the off chance that he’ll do something awesome. Of course, if he really did, it’d probably get edited out for West Coast viewers. Chris Brown is the musical guest.
“An Idiot Abroad” (7 and 10 p.m., Science). Karl Pilkington goes to Mexico, no doubt to experience what the English consider to be exotic food. Cringing ensues.
Game of the day
Pebble Beach National Pro-Am (noon, CBS). One of the few times in the year when I’ll voluntarily watch golf. The scenery is spectacular and the celebrity-laden field is often fun to watch, especially Bill Murray.
“Accidentally in Love” (9 p.m., Hallmark). A made-for-TV romantic comedy starring Jennie Garth. How could it possibly be even slightly watchable?