On TV this Friday: Anna Paquin and Zachary Levi co-star in Margaret Atwood’s Alias Grace, The Exorcist goes camping and Five-0 investigates a deadly folklore. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:
Alias Grace Miniseries, Exorcist Demon Revealed and More
Limited series premiere (all six episodes): This Margaret Atwood adaptation depicts the controversial conviction of Grace Marks (11.22.63‘s Sarah Gadon), a domestic servant sentenced to prison for the murders of her employer and his housekeeper (True Blood‘s Anna Paquin); Zachary Levi (Chuck) co-stars. (Watch trailer.)
Mac and the team try to put out a fire in a Nigerian village using a cassette player and a plastic bucket. What’s a “cassette”?
Once Upon a Time
Tiana seeks the help of a traveling soothsayer, but soon discovers his ulterior motive; Roni uncovers new information about Henry. (Get scoop on new LGBT love story.)
The demon at the foster home makes its presence known to Tomas and Marcus; Andy and Rose take the kids on a camping trip. (How did John Cho react to that big twist?)
On Halloween (a bit late, but whatevs), Five-0 investigates a series of murders inspired by Hawaiian folklore; Claire Forlani returns as Alicia Brown.
Jane the Virgin
Jane turns to Petra after Rafael goes behind her back and introduces Mateo to Katherine; Rogelio and Darci struggle to agree on a baby name.
In the second-to-last episode (ever?), the royal family returns to Attilan and comes face-to-face with Maximus.
Diane Sawyer speaks with ordinary American teenagers who sought to join the ISIS terrorist group, and the parents of recruits who lost their children as a result.
Danny investigates a basketball player’s potential ties to a drug gang after he turns up dead; Archbishop Kearns (Stacey Keach) reaches out to Frank.