On TV this Friday: Sleepy Hollow is down a witness, Dr. Ken welcomes Greendale alumni, Spike Lee revisits Michael Jackson’s “Off the Wall” and Anthony Anderson hosts the Image Awards. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:
Sleepy Hollow Returns, NAACP Image Awards and More
NAACP Image Awards
Stacey Dash probably won’t attend this year’s festivities, which honor achievements in TV, film, music and literature; Anthony Anderson (black-ish) hosts.
Caught on Camera With Nick Cannon
Nick Cannon and Vine “stars” Brittany Furlan, Ian Padgham and Thomas Sanders present outrageous moments captured on video.
The Vampire Diaries
Stefan helps Damon regain his grip on reality; Matt and Bonnie deal with Julian taking over Mystic Falls; Tyler returns for Alaric’s baby shower.
Ken helps Dave ask a girl to the Valentine’s Day dance; Joel McHale and Danny Pudi (Community) guest-star. (Watch a sneak peek.)
Michael Jackson's Journey from Motown to Off the Wall
In his followup to Bad 25, Spike Lee explores this rarely examined chapter in the King of Pop’s life as he evolved from Jackson 5 frontman to solo artist.
Elijah learns Aya might have intel on an elusive weapon; Davina is approached with an alluring offer to bring her closer to Kol.
Nick and Hank investigate a bizarre sighting linked to a tourist’s death and a local legend; Rosalee is haunted by her past. (Watch sneak peek.)
Season 4 premiere: The newsmagazine details the Nigerian government’s efforts to get members of Boko Haram out of the country, and a new genetic manipulation process being used by scientists.
Series premiere: From Mark and Jay Duplass (Togetherness) comes an animated comedy about New York vermin — from a rat in need of mating tips, to a bedbug suffering a midlife crisis. (Watch trailer.)