On TV this Friday: The virtuosic Glee goes out on a high note, Grimm returns not an hour too soon, Netflix debuts a star-studded Bloodline and MTV serves up its prestigious mtvU Woodie Awards… whatever those are. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:
Glee's Swan Song, Grimm Returns, Bloodline and More
Series premiere, 13 episodes: A close-knit family is torn apart by the return of the reviled eldest sibling (Ben Mendelsohn, Exodus: Gods and Kings) and the secrets they fear he’ll expose. Kyle Chandler (Friday Night Lights), Linda Cardellini (Mad Men), Sam Shepard (The Right Stuff) and Sissy Spacek (Carrie) also star.
NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament
The New Mexico State Aggies take on the Kansas Jayhawks from the CenturyLink Center in Omaha, Neb.
Series finale (two hours): In a series of flashbacks, the musical comedy explores its origins, and shows why each original member of New Directions enrolled in glee club. Later, the show flashes forward to illustrate where each of its characters wind up in the year 2020. (Get scoop and review our end-of-Glee slideshows.)
Time slot premiere: Nick and Hank’s latest investigation is prompted by a secret ritual involving the severed feet of supernatural creatures. (Watch video.)
Hart of Dixie
AnnaBeth is haunted by BlueBell’s founder, who prophesies that the end is near for the picturesque town. (Hmm!)
Last Man Standing
Vanessa and Mike are stunned where Mandy turns down her dream fashion internship in New York.
Cristela asks Josh to accompany her to a quinceanera to appease her pestering sister. (Should this freshman comedy be renewed? Vote!)
mtvU Woodie Awards
Slated to perform are Fall Out Boy, Big Sean, Years & Years and James Bay. Bleachers frontman Jack Antonoff hosts.
Ramse does everything in his power to keep his newfound family safe, leaving Cole to deal with the impact of his actions.
Sister Amy tries to secure immortality; locating the Bleeding Tree becomes vital once Kyle gets infected.