What to Watch Friday: Winter Olympics Opening Ceremony, Fallon's Last Late Night and More

winter-olympics325On TV this Friday: The 2014 Winter Olympics formally open for business, an Enlisted man gets an attitude check, Jimmy Fallon spends one last Late Night with you and the Helix team makes progress. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.

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7:30 pm XXII Winter Olympics (NBC) | Pass the torch! Catch the visually stunning opening ceremony to the 2014 games.

8 pm Cold Justice (TNT) | Siegler and McClary head to Cottonwood, Ariz. to investigate the 1997 murder of a teenager.

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9 pm Enlisted (Fox) | Pete’s new attitude about Rear D duties is challenged by the husband of a deployed solider; Cody asks Jill for help with a private matter.

9 pm Shark Tank (ABC) | Repeat to Revisit: Goats-for-Rent, vegetable-based ice pops and underwear made for bikini waxing are on display in this encore episode.

9:30 pm Raising Hope (Fox) | Virginia takes Burt to a dude ranch for their anniversary, where they meet a crazy cowboy (guest star Keith Carradine, Damages)

9:30 pm Minnesota Timberwolves vs. New Orleans Pelicans (ESPN) | If for some reason the Olympic torch is burning a little too bright for you, catch this NBA game held at the New Orleans Arena.

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10 pm Banshee (Cinemax) | Lucas considers moving on after a drive with Carrie; Agent Racine reexamines the botched case against Rabbit.

10 pm Helix (Syfy) | Alan and Jordan make progress in figuring out the virus; Hatake cures Walker before help arrives. (Get scoop.)

10 pm Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives (Food Network) | Late Night With Jimmy Fallon - Season 5Season 19 premiere: Guy visits his hometown of Ferndale, Calif. and tours a generations-old apple orchard and a cheese maker.

12:35 pm Late Night With Jimmy Fallon (NBC) | Finale: Andy Samberg (Brooklyn Nine-Nine) guests and The Muppets perform on Fallon’s last show before he takes over The Tonight Show on Feb. 17.

Hit the comments with your must-see picks from tonight’s lineup!