On TV this Friday: Eric Matthews writes the World, Demetri Martin takes on D.C. politics, Dark Matters bridge a heroic gap and Defiance escapes an enemy’s clutches. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:
Girl Meets Bromance, Heroes Reborn Prequel and More
Heroes Reborn: Dark Matters
Companion series premiere (6 episodes): The web series bridges the gap between NBC’s original Heroes and Heroes Reborn (premiering Sept. 24), showing how the public has grown to fear and revere EVOs.
Series premiere (all 10 episodes): Inspired by the children’s book series, this DreamWorks original follows Tyrannosaurus Trux and his fellow half-dinosaur/half-mechanical construction vehicles.
Demetri Martin: Live (At the Time)
The stand-up comedian presents his off-kilter take on such subjects as acoustic guitar, hairless cats and the significance of the word “nope” in Washington.
Irisa, Amanda and Berlin work to save Nolan from Kindzi’s clutches; Datak has doubts after receiving Doc Yewll’s help against the Omec.
The team investigates when a young mother disappears after contemplating the end of an abusive relationship.
Masters of Illusion
This week’s crop of magicians include Mark Bennick, Les Arnold and Dazzle, and illusionists Jarrett & Raja.
Girl Meets World
In an episode penned by Will Friedle, Eric reunites with college buddy Jack Hunter (Boy Meets World‘s Matthew Lawrence). (Watch a sneak peek!)
The Killjoys discover the reason behind Khlyen’s presence in the Quad.
I Didn't Do It
Lindy and Logan compete for the affection of Lindy’s latest foster pup; Jasmine accidentally sells one of Garrett’s cherished action figures at a garage sale.
Real Time With Bill Maher
Guests include criminal justice activist Sister Helen Prejean, civil rights activist Talib Kweli and former Mich. Gov. Jennifer Granholm.