On TV this Friday: Bill Cosby’s accusers speak out, J.K. Rowling’s C.B. Strike makes its Stateside debut and Deion Sanders is an Undercover Boss. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern:
What to Watch Today
Deion Sanders Goes Undercover, Cosby Accusers and More
This episode delves into 3D printing technology; nuclear physicist Taylor Wilson explores one of civilization’s unanswered questions.
The team races to find a physics professor after he steals weaponized uranium and plots an attack at an international summit meeting in NYC.
Undercover Boss: Celebrity Edition
Two-time Super Bowl champ Deion Sanders goes undercover to reward youth football coaches who are giving back to their communities.
My Last Days
A terminally ill man starts a nonprofit that repairs bicycles and donates them to underprivileged kids; a woman turns to her faith as she copes with cancer.
Wes and Stella are finally in a good place; Stella gets an opportunity to help plan an event at the hospital; Peter learns about Ida’s dream.
Stateside premiere: Based on the bestselling novels by J.K. Rowling (under the pseudonym Robert Galbraith), this series follows private detective Cormoran Strike (The Hour‘s Tom Burke) and his new protégé Robin Ellacott (The Borgias‘ Holliday Grainger). (Watch trailer.)
Dateline: Bringing Down Bill Cosby - Andrea Constand Speaks
Cosby accuser Andrea Constand sits down with Kate Snow for her only interview since the his conviction; fellow accusers Janice Baker-Kinney, Lise-Lotte Lublin, Heidi Thomas and Chelan Lasha are also interviewed, all of whom testified against Cosby in the retrial.
Real Time With Bill Maher
Guests include Sen. Bernie Sanders, radio host Charlamagne Tha God, political strategist Paul Begala, and journalists Natasha Bertrand and Bret Stephens.
The Graham Norton Show
Guests include Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom‘s Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard and Jeff Goldblum, and Westworld‘s Thandie Newton.
Wyatt Cenac's Problem Areas
Wyatt delves into tech waste, the origins of a common stationary item, and how select police departments are attempting to move past the war on drugs.