On TV this Friday: Hawaii Five-0’s 100th episode spends time in a different reality, The Tonight Show hosts Jay Leno, Top Model heads to Korea, Michelle Obama speaks on Shark Tank and Constantine avoids a deal with the devil. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
Hawaii Five-0's 100th, Leno Visits Fallon and More
Zoe Saldana Presents 'My Hero'
In the latest installment of this inspirational series, America’s Got Talent host Nick Cannon honors the woman who, in raising him, helped shape the man he is today: his grandmother Marie.
Last Man Standing
Mike gets stuck in the middle when Kristin and Ryan discover Boyd was never vaccinated for chicken pox.
In a bid to bond with Trent, Josh asks Cristela to teach him about sports. She best hurry, because when Trent’s client Mark Cuban (Shark Tank) arrives, Josh thinks that he is there to fix the fridge!
America's Next Top Model
The remaining models head to Seoul, Korea for a group dance photo shoot judged by Korean pop star BtoB. Later, Tyra and the judges notice one model’s bad habit that prevents future success.
Nick and Hank explore the boxing world after a disturbing vision, while Monroe and Rosalee get surprising help while trying to restore Nick’s abilities. Lisa Gay Hamilton (Men of a Certain Age) guest-stars.
In the series’ 100th episode, a kidnapped McGarrett envisions what the team would have been like if they had led different lives. Musician Gavin Rossdale guest-stars. (Get fresh scoop.)
Honoring Veterans Small Business Week, contestants with military backgrounds present inventions including a jewelry line, a glove for physical training and a canine training program. Also, First Lady Michelle Obama appears in a video.
John and Zed must prevent a woman from making a deal with the devil to save her family. Also, John deals with new rival Papa Midnite.
Frank disagrees with a District Attorney during an on-air interview; Danny’s personality clashes with his new boss during an investigation. Nora O’Donnell (CBS’ This Morning) guest-stars.
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon
Fallon chats with entertainment legend Jay Leno for the first time since taking the reins of The Tonight Show.