On TV this Friday: Blindspot deals with a damaging secret, Fuller House wraps up its mess of a love triangle and Will Smith’s latest blockbuster comes to Netflix. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:
What to Watch Today
Blindspot's Toxic Secret, Fuller House Returns and More
Season 3B premiere (all nine episodes): D.J.’s love triangle comes to a head following her accidental confession to Steve; Stephanie picks a surrogate. (Watch trailer; not yet renewed.)
The Last Post
Stateside premiere (all six episodes): From BAFTA winner Peter Moffat (The Night Of) comes this 1960s-set British import about Royal Military Police officers and their families; Jessica Raine (Call The Midwife), Jessie Buckley (War and Peace), Jeremy Neumark Jones (Denial), Amanda Drew (Broadchurch), Ben Miles (Wolf Hall) and Stephen Campbell Moore (History Boys) star.
In this film, two L.A. cops — a human (Suicide Squad‘s Will Smith) and an orc (The Great Gatsby‘s Joel Edgerton) — must protect a relic from an onslaught of interspecies enemies.
The Grand Tour
The latest installment is titled “Bah humbug-atti,” in case you were wondering whether Jeremy, Richard and James have any Christmas spirit.
Fall finale: A toxic secret threatens to tear Jane and Weller apart as the team works to take down FBI Director Hirst. (When is it back?)
I Love Lucy Christmas Special
Back-to-back colorized installments include Season 6’s “The Christmas Episode” and Season 4’s “The Fashion Show.” Then…
The Dick Van Dyke Show: Now in Living Color!
Enjoy this colorized double feature — Season 1’s “My Blonde-Haired Brunette” and Season 3’s “October Eve” — as selected by creator and costar Carl Reiner.
Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
Fall finale: Lance Hunter (former series regular Nick Blood) helps Fitz search for the vanished team. (Read preview/watch sneak peek.)
Christmas at Belmont
Grammy winner Sheryl Crow is accompanied by a children’s choir for a production of traditional carols and seasonal favorites.
20/20: The Good Doctors - Brilliance and Bravery
Elizabeth Vargas introduces viewers to medical marvels living with disabilities, and later speaks with The Good Doctor‘s Freddie Highmore about how viewers have responded to his portrayal of an autistic surgeon.