Saturnians appear as an intelligent species in the comic strip Brewster Rockit: Space Guy!, in which Cliff loses the Earth's moon to them in a blackjack game.
The planet is inhabited by massive creatures called Rukhs, with over four kilometers in length, which swim through the Saturn's atmosphere in Robert L. Forward's novel Saturn Rukh.
The native Saturnians are described as phantom-like creatures with psychic abilities in John Jacob Astor IV's novel A Journey in Other Worlds.
A bizarre species known as the Cats from Saturn inhabit the Dreamlands in H. P. Lovecraft's The Dream-Quest Of Unknown Kadath.
Philosopher Voltaire's pioneer work of 18th century science fiction Micromégas features a Saturnian as one of the two gigantic aliens exploring Earth. He is over 6,000 feet tall, possessing 72 senses and a lifespan of 15,000 Earth years; yet all these numbers are small compared to his companion from the Sirius system which is even larger, longer lived and perceives the world through a thousand senses.
Saturnians are featured, along with species from each planet of the solar system, in the Brazilian magazine Superinteressante, where they're portrayed as a mix of butterflies and worms, with symbiotic Saturnian Bacteria living in their guts.
A race of intelligent Saturnians are featured in several episodes of the marionette series Space Patrol.
A race of hostile Saturnian beings attempted to wipe out humanity in the Superman / Aquaman Hour of Adventure episode "The Satanic Saturnians".
In George Griffith's A Honeymoon in Space, Saturn's atmosphere is inhabited by two-headed predatory beasts whose appearance is described as "like jelly-fish about the size of whales, only they have eyes and mouths".