What to Watch Tonight

Girl Meets High School, Outcast Begins, Carol Burnett and More


On TV this Friday: Girl Meets World faces the trials and tribulations of ninth grade, Cinemax introduces its audience to a demonic Outcast and Carol Burnett reflects on her place in television history. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:

  • ABC
    Beyond the Tank

    Daymond tries to persuade the CEO at Titin to move his business to Manhattan; Barbara and Mark seek to grow Q-Flex.

  • Nickelodeon
    All In With Cam Newton

    Series premiere: The Carolina Panthers QB helps kids fulfill their dreams. First up, the MVP calls on Matt Hoffman to assist a BMX hopeful.

  • The CW
    Masters of Illusion

    Magicians this week include Les Arnold and Dazzle, Chris Randall, Jason Bishop, Johnny Ace Palmer, Sittah and Greg Frewin.

  • Disney Channel
    Girl Meets World

    Season 3 premiere (Part 1 of 2): Riley, Maya, Lucas and Farkle embark upon their first day in high school. (Watch sneak peek; Part 2 airs Sunday at 8:30.)

  • PBS
    Carol Burnett's Favorite Sketches

    This 90-minute special finds the comedian looking back at memorable moments from her acclaimed 1967-78 sketch comedy program.

  • Hallmark
    Wedding Bells

    Wonder Years alum Danica McKellar and When Calls the Heart‘s Kavan Smith star in this TV-movie about a best man and maid of honor who may or may not fall in love.

  • Cinemax
    Outcast

    Series premiere: Walking Dead EP Robert Kirkman brings to life his comic book series about a young man (Patrick Fugit, Gone Girl) plagued by demonic possession; Philip Glenister (Life on Mars) and Gabriel Bateman (Stalker) co-star. (Read our review.)

  • Syfy
    Wynonna Earp

    Wynonna and Dolls investigate rumors regarding a bloodthirsty beast; Waverly helps Henry confront his future.

  • IFC
    Comedy Bang! Bang!

    Season 5 premiere (two episodes): Kevin Bacon and the Lonely Island crew stop by as “Weird Al” Yankovic comes on board as bandleader.

  • HBO
    Vice

    The newsmagazine keeps things light by exploring the growing heroin epidemic in the United States, then delving into the next nuclear arms race.