What to Watch Friday: Banshee Finale Puts Up a Fight, Kids Brave Shark Tank, HBO's Vice & More

banshee-325On TV this Friday: Banshee goes out with a bang, Five-0‘s Danny plays matchmaker, kids prove they have bite on Shark Tank and Enlisted meets some funny army vets. As a supplement to TVLine’s original features (linked within), here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.

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8 pm Undercover Boss (CBS) | Season 5 finale: The CEO of Sky Zone indoor trampoline parks has a hard time keeping his knowledge of the company a secret when he goes to work in community relations. (Yep, just renewed!)

8 pm Rake (Fox) | New time slot alert: After his father dies, Ben takes over the law firm and hires Keegan for an important case.

8:30 pm The Neighbors (ABC) | When Debbie and Marty go out on a date, Dick falls for his babysitter (guest star Rachel Dratch, Saturday Night Live). (Watch a sneak peek.)

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9 pm Hawaii Five-0 (CBS) | Danny tries to get his parents (Melanie Griffith and Inception‘s Tom Berenger) back together, while Jerry (newly promoted series regular Jorge Garcia) attempts to crack a code found on McGarrett’s champ box. (Psst, renewed!)

9 pm Shark Tank (ABC) | We know the Sharks can be ruthless with adults, but what about kids? Find out in this special episode that finds children and teens pitching ideas to the panel.

9:30 pm Enlisted (Fox) | Pete, Derrick and Randy are tasked with looking after three veterans — only to realize their charges are mirror-images of themselves. Stacy Keach (The Neighbors), Dean Stockwell (Battlestar Galactica) and Barry Bostwick (Cougar Town) guest-star.

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10 pm Banshee (Cinemax) | Season 2 finale: Carrie and Lucas brace themselves for the fight of their lives against the vicious Rabbit, and Proctor returns home. (Watch the time-tripping opening sequence and then get scooped.)

10 pm Helix (Syfy) | Peter makes one last effort to spread the virus.

10 pm Real Time with Bill Maher (HBO) | Maher sits down with Seth MacFarlane, the brainchild of myriad Fox ‘toons as well as the one who brought the science series Cosmos back to life.

11 pm Vice (HBO) | Season 2 premiere: VICE co-founder Shane Smith heads to Afghanistan to investigate where U.S. taxpayer dollars are going, while journalist Ben Anderson looks into militia gangs and police corruption in Rio de Janeiro.

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

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29 Comments
  1. SK says:

    Hawaii 5-0
    Grimm
    Hannibal

  2. Gaara says:

    Bansheeeee!

  3. Justin says:

    Hawaii 5-0
    Grimm
    Helix
    Blue Bloods

  4. kirads09 says:

    Grimm
    Hannibal
    Helix

  5. Curly Girly says:

    Is Blue Bloods even on tonight? I know my TV Guide says there is a basketball game on instead. UGH!! Sometimes I hate living in ACC country!!!

  6. Elizabeth says:

    I would watch Hawaii Five-0 and Blue Bloods, but they’re being pre-empted until late Sunday night/early Monday morning in my area for basketball. Grr.

  7. Maryann says:

    LIVE:
    Grimm
    Blue Bloods
    LATER:
    Hawaii Five-0
    (Basketball must be regional–none where I live according to TV Guide)

  8. Eric7740 says:

    Enlisted
    Raising Hope

  9. Tran 2.0 says:

    Hawaii Five-O (very happy it got renewed) :-)

  10. Rosie says:

    VERONICA MARS MOVIE
    Enlisted

  11. Spoiler Junkie says:

    Bansheeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!!!!
    Grimm – Egyptian gods as Wesen!!
    Hannibal
    Helix

  12. Allissa says:

    Gotta be Grimm for me!!!

  13. Valentina says:

    Veronica Mars Movie!!!!

  14. sarah says:

    H50
    Blue Bloods

  15. Et al says:

    Veronica Mars!

  16. Ron says:

    I typically watch Shark Tank, but not sure how I feel about the idea of an all-kids episode. Could be interesting or could be very boring. Will DEFINITELY be watching Hannibal!!!!

  17. Joey Padron says:

    Hawaii Five-O and Enlisted.

  18. R.O.B. says:

    Really glad you’re giving Banshee some press – this is easily one of the most underrated shows on TV, a must watch. There are so many awesome, kicka55 characters on this show that if JJ Abrahms was sat down for a Banshee binge-watching weekend, he’d cast at least 7 people from this show in Star Wars and be done with it. Would Lucas Hood not make one bada55 jedi?

  19. Bob Johnson says:

    Grimm

  20. James D says:

    Grimm
    Five-O
    Helix
    Banshee

  21. Britt says:

    Undercover Boss
    Shark Tank

  22. Gerald says:

    When I get home from the Veronica Mars Movie I will watch Enlisted. It sounds like a great episode. Although I will have to wrap my head around Derrek not being Piz. Chris Lowell does them both so well.

  23. GaMtGrl says:

    So glad Jorge Garcia is now a series regular on Hawaii Five-0!

  24. bobbie says:

    The Neighbors, Grimm, Hannibal, Helix, and Rake

  25. Georgia says:

    Rake, Grimm, Bluebloods and Cold Justice. Great Friday night viewing!

  26. N says:

    Hannibal!!!!!!!!!!

  27. Chaosrainz says:

    Last Man Standing, Raising Hope, Enlisted, Grimm & Blue Bloods.
    Those of you who are having your shows pre-empted…try Hulu Plus. Even if it’s not on in your area, it should be up the next morning. :)

  28. HAP says:

    For those of you watching Veronica Mars, I wanted to mention something that ticks me off. Veronica Mars is a Time Warner movie. But it is apparently not available on demand on Time Warner Cable!