On TV this Friday: HBO explores the ramifications of war, Lifetime Movie Network debuts a Strange Empire, Netflix examines the adult film industry and ABC asks What Would You Do? Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:
Selma Star Tackles PTSD, K.C. Undercover Crush and More
Hot Girls Wanted
The acclaimed documentary explores adult entertainment in the digital age and the rise of 18- to-19-year old women who’re pursuing the field.
In this made-for-TV movie from executive producer Brad Pitt, Golden Globe nominee David Oyelowo (Selma) portrays a veteran who psychologically crumbles upon his return home from war.
America's Got Talent
Repeat to Revisit: If you missed the 10th season premiere, the Peacock’s got you covered with a replay of the first auditions.
In a three-part “Double Crossed Weekend” event, K.C. falls for a spy assigned to play her boyfriend. (Part 2 airs Saturday at 8 pm; Part 3 airs Sunday at 8:30. Watch a trailer.)
Whose Line Is It Anyway?
Repeat to Revisit: In need of a Rogelio De La Vega fix during Jane the Virgin‘s summer hiatus? Then relive Jaime Camil’s one-night-only Whose Line showcase.
What Would You Do?
Season 10 premiere: When it’s made to look like a teen has come to face-to-face with an online predator, cafe goers must decide whether to step in and help.
Strange Empire: Rise of the Women
Series premiere: A trio of 19th century women try making it on their own amidst the North American Frontier. Melissa Farman (Temple Grandin), Tattiawna Jones (Flashpoint) and Cara Gee star.
The Messengers work to stop the next horseman as Joshua’s past comes back to haunt him. (Cancelled.)
Jim Breuer: Comic Frenzy
The former SNLer’s latest standup special tackles such topics as dealing with the elderly, becoming our parents’ caretakers and parenting teenagers.
Elena attempts to stop Aleister’s possession of Clay as Savannah’s initiation ritual gets underway.