On TV this Friday: Midnight, Texas is back for Season 2, Channel Zero opens the Dream Door and Netflix begins chronicling the Chilling Adventures of Sabrina. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern:
What to Watch Today
Sabrina's Chilling Debut, Midnight, Texas and More
Chilling Adventures of Sabrina
Series premiere (all 10 episodes): From the minds behind Riverdale comes this reimagining of the supernatural coming-of-age story, with Mad Men‘s Kiernan Shipka in the title role; Ross Lynch (Austin & Ally), Miranda Otto (Homeland) and Lucy Davis (Better Things) co-star. (Read “B+” review and Episode 1 recap.)
The fourth installment takes place over a single day in New York City — and that’s all we know; Amanda Peet (Brockmire) and John Slattery (Mad Men) star.
Kory travels to the convent where Rachel was raised; Dick recalls his unorthodox upbringing in the shadows of Bruce Wayne. (So, about that Dove cliffhanger…)
Patterson and Rich DotCom take charge when the team sets out to defuse an explosive threat to New York City’s already-garbage subway system.
Fallon takes desperate measure to sell Carrington Atlantic to the Van Kirks; Sam and Alexis attempt to confirm their suspicions regarding Melissa.
Mac and Jack travel to Mexico to rescue Oversight after an attempt to capture a drug cartel’s leader goes south.
Season 2 premiere: Manfred deals with the ramifications of “taking in” six demons; a new hotel opens in town. (Meet the miraculous new residents.)
Burn-Off Night 2 of 5 (two episodes): Veronica goes on a double date with Heather Duke; Heather Chandler moves forward with her suicide campaign.
Real Time With Bill Maher
Guests include former Trump mistress Stormy Daniels and blink-and-you-missed-it White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci.
Channel Zero: The Dream Door
Season premiere: Tom (Grey’s Anatomy‘s Brandon Scott) and Jillian (Straight Outta Compton‘s Maria Sten) suspect their home is haunted; Steven Weber (Wings) and Steven Robertson (Elementary) co-star. (New episodes air nightly through Wednesday.)