What to Watch Tonight

Girl Meets Bromance, Heroes Reborn Prequel and More


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:

  • Hulu
    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.

  • Netflix
    Dinotrux

    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.

  • Netflix
    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.

  • Syfy
    Defiance

    Irisa, Amanda and Berlin work to save Nolan from Kindzi’s clutches; Datak has doubts after receiving Doc Yewll’s help against the Omec.

  • TNT
    Cold Justice

    The team investigates when a young mother disappears after contemplating the end of an abusive relationship.

  • The CW
    Masters of Illusion

    This week’s crop of magicians include Mark Bennick, Les Arnold and Dazzle, and illusionists Jarrett & Raja.

  • Disney Channel
    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!)

  • Syfy
    Killjoys

    The Killjoys discover the reason behind Khlyen’s presence in the Quad.

  • Disney Channel
    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.

  • HBO
    Real Time With Bill Maher

    Guests include criminal justice activist Sister Helen Prejean, civil rights activist Talib Kweli and former Mich. Gov. Jennifer Granholm.