“Saturday Night Live” fans are at the beginning of a long hiatus. “SNL” is not new this week, and new episodes won’t return until the fall. Last week’s episode with Paul Rudd was the season finale. However, there are still plenty of things for “SNL” fans to watch on May 25.

“Legally Blonde” (10:52 p.m. EDT on Bravo, 12 a.m. EDT on THIS) Reese Withspoon, who has hosted “SNL” multiple times, stars in this 2001 comedy. When Elle Woods gets dumped, she follows her man to Harvard Law School to prove that she can be who he wants. She quickly learns that she doesn’t need the guy, but she can do a lot with a law degree. Selma Blair, Luke Wilson and Holland Taylor also star.

“Jurassic Park” (11 p.m. EDT, National Geograhic) “SNL” has welcomed Jeff Goldblum as host multiple times, but in this action movie he plays a mathematician who is touring a new park with dinosaurs to ensure that it’s safe. Spoiler alert: it’s definitely not safe. Laura Dern, Richard Attenborough and Sam Neill co-star in the 1993 flick.

“Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen” (11 p.m. EDT, Paramount Network) Stars Megan Fox and Shia LaBeouf have both hosted “SNL.” In this 2009 action flick, they have to stop the Decepticons from destroying all life on Earth. Josh Duhamel and Tyrese Gibson also star.

“The Game Plan” (12 a.m. EDT, TBS) Dwayne Johnson has hosted “Saturday Night Live” five times, and this is his last movie where he is credited as “The Rock.” He plays a professional quarterback who discovers he has an eight-year-old daughter. The 2007 family flick also stars Kyra Sedgwick, Roselyn Sanchez and Madison Pettis.

“Saturday Night Live” (11:30 p.m. EDT, NBC) Of course, there’s always a rerun. This week, “SNL” will rebroadcast the April episode that featured host Emma Stone. The “Favourite” star was joined by musical guests BTS. The K-Pop sensations performed songs “Mic Drop” and “Boy With Luv.”

Is SNL New Tonight? Musical guest BTS, host Emma Stone and Cecily Strong are pictured on April 11, 2019. They will appear in Saturday's "SNL" rerun. Photo: Rosalind O'Connor/NBC