On TV this Friday: John Leguizamo boards Bloodline, Vice sits down with Edward Snowden and Adam Sandler and David Spade host a star-studded Do-Over. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:
What to Watch Tonight
Bloodline Returns, Disney Movie-thon, Snowden and More
Season 2 premiere (all six episodes): Culinary masters from Brazil, Slovenia, Mexico, Thailand and the United States show viewers what it’s like in their kitchens.
Adam Sandler and David Spade play former high school buddies that decide to fake their own deaths and start over; Paula Patton (Mission Impossible IV), Kathryn Hahn (Transparent), Luis Guzman (Code Black), Michael Chiklis (The Shield) and Matt Walsh (Veep) co-star.
Day 1 (of 4) of the cabler’s filmfest begins with Kim Possible Movie: So the Drama and concludes with a young Kaley Cuoco (Big Bang Theory) in Alley Cats Strike (at 4:25 am). (View full lineup.)
Caught on Camera With Nick Cannon
Season 2 finale: If you have absolutely nothing else to watch, this week’s videos include “Close Calls,” “Real or Fake” and “Humans Are Awesome.” (Returning this fall.)
Repeats to Revisit: First up, Professor Frink transforms himself into a more attractive man. Then at 8:30 pm, Bart lets a homeless woman sleep in his closet.
Tyler Perry's For Better or Worse
Season 5 finale: Jennifer confesses to Angela and Leslie that she has been keeping a secret. (Not yet renewed.)
Real Time With Bill Maher
Guests include presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders, former MSNBC host Melissa Harris-Perry and Vice managing editor Michael Moynihan.
Wynonna gets entangled in Henry’s vendetta as she tries to get past her encounter with the last of the Seven.
Shane Smith travels to Moscow to discuss current government surveillance programs with Edward Snowden.