On TV this Friday: Blue Bloods and Charmed (prematurely) wrap their respective seasons, Netflix gives Hollywood a makeover, a Flash fave gets uploaded and HBO rolls with Betty. Here are 12 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
Finales for Blue Bloods and Charmed, Amell's Upload and More
Series premiere (all 10 episodes): From The Office‘s Greg Daniels comes this sci-fi comedy about an app developer (The Flash‘s Robbie Amell) who after dying is uploaded to a luxurious virtual afterlife.
Limited series premiere: In this “What If?” drama from Ryan Murphy, a group of actors and filmmakers in post-World War II Hollywood try to make it big. (Read review.)
Series premiere (all 8 episodes): Esther Smith (BBC’s Cuckoo), Rafe Spall (Roadies) and Imelda Staunton (Dolores Umbridge!) star in this comedy “about growing up, settling down and finding someone to love.”
Series premiere (all 8 episodes): Film historian Dan Lanigan reunites iconic Disney movie props with the filmmakers and actors who created and used them.
Ressler is forced to confront past trauma and family secrets when his brother takes him back home for a risky job.
(Ersatz) Season 2 finale: As the Charmed Ones race to stop the Faction from reaching the sacred tree, Mel has a surprising encounter with Ruby, Maggie’s powers prove to be a double-edged sword, and Harry and Macy deal with a twist in their relationship.
“The Phoenix team is forever altered” when Aunt Gwen (guest star Jeri Ryan) gets into Mac’s head and convinces him and Riley to join Codex.
RuPaul's Drag Race
The queens makeover Drag Race superfans who have no idea what’s about to happen to them! The Star Wars films’ Daisy Ridley guest-judges.
Entrepreneurs from Tennessee, Virginia and Louisiana pitch fried food innovations, a gardening product and a unique take on exercise classes (staying at home?).
Friday Night in With the Morgans
JDM and Hil this week hang with Togetherness‘ Mark Duplass and Katie Aselton, and Fear the Walking Dead‘s Colman Domingo.
(Ersatz) Season 10 finale: When a DNA network matches him with an unknown relative, Sean does some detective work; Frank fields a request from a woman (NYPD Blue‘s Bonnie Sommerville) to transfer her son to a safer assignment; Eddie begins to think about having a child.
Series premiere: Based on Crystal Moselle’s 2018 feature Skate Kitchen (and featuring some of that cast), this six-episode series follows a diverse group of young women navigating their lives through the predominantly male-oriented world of skateboarding.