On TV this Friday: Grace and Frankie are back, John Noble makes another Sleepy Hollow encore, Lady Gaga stops by for RuPaul’s VH1 move and Liv and Maddie comes to an end. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:
What to Watch Tonight
Grace and Frankie Returns, Liv and Maddie Series Finale, RuPaul Goes Gaga and More
Grace and Frankie
Season 3 premiere (all 13 episodes): The titular duo try to go into business for themselves with a line of adult toys for the elderly; Peter Gallagher (The O.C.) plays a competing entrepreneur.
Liv and Maddie
Series finale: New opportunities arise for each of the Rooney kids, just as Karen begins to anticipate everyone’s return to Wisconsin. (Who was Dove Cameron’s fave guest star?)
Tangled: The Series
Series premiere: Mandy Moore (This Is Us) and Zachary Levi (Chuck) return for this already renewed Tangled follow-up series, which boasts a voice cast including Julie Bowen (Modern Family), Jeremy Jordan (Supergirl) and Jonathan Banks (Better Call Saul).
NCAA Women's Basketball Tournament
Notre Dame vs. Ohio State (7 pm, ESPN); Mississippi State takes on Washington (7 pm, ESPN2); Baylor faces off against Louisville (9 pm, ESPN2); Stanford plays Texas (9 pm, ESPN). (Get full lineup.)
NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament
As the Sweet 16 round winds down, Butler takes on North Carolina. Later, at 9:30 pm, UCLA faces off against Kentucky. (Get full lineup.)
RuPaul's Drag Race
Season 9 premiere (new network): Lady Gaga stops by to meet the new queens competing to be America’s Next Drag Superstar. (Watch trailer.)
In the series’ penultimate hour, Renard and Adalind join Nick as he returns to the scene of his first-ever investigation as a Grimm, all in an effort to figure out how to protect Diana.
As Klaus begins to experience the effects of the Tunde Blade, the Mikaelsons join Hayley in her rescue efforts. (Watch extended trailer.)
Grammy Award-winning band Train shows up to play at Clark and Connor’s wedding, because that’s not random at all. (When is Ken‘s next Community reunion?)
The team learns more about Lara, as well as what would come of Dreyfuss’ rise to power; Henry (John Noble) returns. (Should Fox Keep or Cut the bubble drama?)