On TV this Friday: The Knick makes a final cut, Blue Bloods uses force, HBO debuts a Foo Fighter’s documentary series, Comedy Bang! Bang! returns and Disney’s Evermoor premieres. Here are 11 programs to keep on your radar.
The Knick Finale, Girl Fights for Farkle, Bang! Bang! and More
Duke and Nathan must gamble with one last chance to save Audrey back after Mara capitalizes on Haven’s latest crisis.
Girl Meets World
When Farkle stops going to class because he is being teased, Riley, Maya and Lucas decide to teach their classmates how to embrace each other’s differences.
After Daniela signs her up for online dating, Cristela is surprised to learn who her blind date is with, and then begins to think about changing her life plan.
Five-0 learns shocking motives behind the murder of a Detroit hit man, while Chin puts his career in jeopardy to help save Danny’s brother’s life. Lee Tergesen (Oz) and Timothy V. Murphy (Sons of Anarchy) guest-star.
Inventions include an all-female golf caddy, a safer way for kids to bounce, a new take on faceware accessories and an update on Season 4’s investment in a Los Angeles Haunted Hayride.
Series premiere, two episodes: Tara Crossley (newcomer Naomi Sequeira) is a teen whose family has just moved into Evermoor Manor. Following her dream to be a mystery novelist, she discovers a magical typewriter (a whatwriter?) and an ancient tapestry that can predict the future.
Danny is charged with excessive force, leaving Frank to decide whether to stand up for his son or the reputation of his police force; Jamie connects with a female doctor after bringing a homeless man into the hospital, causing Eddie to face her jealousy.
Season 1 finale: After refusing to team up with Dr. Zinberg on blood-transfusion research, Thackery pushes himself to beat his rival. Elsewhere, Lucy requests Bertie’s help and Barrow trades a creditor.
A meeting with what looks like a utopian enclave and religious cult brings a major game changer.
Foo Fighters: Sonic Highways Series
Series premiere: Part one of an eight-part documentary directed by frontman Dave Grohl featuring eight cities and songs from their eighth studio album, beginning with Chicago at The Chubby Bear. Immediately following is a special of their Windy City concert.
Comedy Bang! Bang!
Season premiere: Ellie Kemper (The Office) is the guest Scott has been dreaming for; Scott fixes a school; Jesse Ventura makes an announcement.
Next Friday: NBC’s Dateline moves to a new time, Grimm premieres and Constantine debuts.