On TV this Friday: Girl Meets World faces the trials and tribulations of ninth grade, Cinemax introduces its audience to a demonic Outcast and Carol Burnett reflects on her place in television history. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:
What to Watch Today
Girl Meets High School, Outcast Begins, Carol Burnett and More
All In With Cam Newton
Series premiere: The Carolina Panthers QB helps kids fulfill their dreams. First up, the MVP calls on Matt Hoffman to assist a BMX hopeful.
Masters of Illusion
Magicians this week include Les Arnold and Dazzle, Chris Randall, Jason Bishop, Johnny Ace Palmer, Sittah and Greg Frewin.
Girl Meets World
Season 3 premiere (Part 1 of 2): Riley, Maya, Lucas and Farkle embark upon their first day in high school. (Watch sneak peek; Part 2 airs Sunday at 8:30.)
Carol Burnett's Favorite Sketches
This 90-minute special finds the comedian looking back at memorable moments from her acclaimed 1967-78 sketch comedy program.
Wonder Years alum Danica McKellar and When Calls the Heart‘s Kavan Smith star in this TV-movie about a best man and maid of honor who may or may not fall in love.
Series premiere: Walking Dead EP Robert Kirkman brings to life his comic book series about a young man (Patrick Fugit, Gone Girl) plagued by demonic possession; Philip Glenister (Life on Mars) and Gabriel Bateman (Stalker) co-star. (Read our review.)
Wynonna and Dolls investigate rumors regarding a bloodthirsty beast; Waverly helps Henry confront his future.
Comedy Bang! Bang!
Season 5 premiere (two episodes): Kevin Bacon and the Lonely Island crew stop by as “Weird Al” Yankovic comes on board as bandleader.
The newsmagazine keeps things light by exploring the growing heroin epidemic in the United States, then delving into the next nuclear arms race.