On TV this Friday: Grimm wraps its run, bubble series Sleepy Hollow, Last Man Standing and Dr. Ken end (at least) their seasons and MacGyver catches up with an iZombie fave. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:
What to Watch Today
Grimm Ends, ABC and Sleepy Hollow Finales, Blue Bloods 150, 13 Reasons Why, Rosewood and More
13 Reasons Why
Series premiere (all 13 episodes): A high school student (newcomer Katherine Langford) leaves behind cassette tapes for the classmates she says all contributed to her decision to commit suicide; Dylan Minnette (Awake), Kate Walsh (Private Practice), Brian D’Arcy James (Smash), Derek Luke (Empire) and Miles Heizer (Parenthood) co-star. (Watch trailer.)
Jack helps Mac protect an old friend/M.I.T. scholar (iZombie‘s Aly Michalka) who fakes her own death to prevent someone from killing her.
Klaus tries to bond with Hope; Elijah attempts to settle a conflict between Freya and Hayley; Vincent divulges dark secrets about his ex-wife to Marcel.
Rosewood and Villa investigate when a corpse turns up frozen solid; Villa introduces her brother to all of the important people in her life.
Last Man Standing
Season 6 finale: Mandy inadvertently causes a dispute between Chuck and Joe while shadowing Mike at The Outdoor Man. (Get renewal status.)
Season 2 finale: Ken gets cast in a TV show that takes place at a community college, created by Dan Harmon and starring Alison Brie. Also pop-popping by: Community alumni Luke Youngblood (aka Magnitude), Erik Charles Nielsen (Garrett), Daniella Kaplowitz (Vicki) and Richard Erdman (Leonard). (Get renewal status.)
Season 4 finale: The team does everything in its power to stop Dreyfuss from infiltrating the White House (even if he’d technically be doing the nation a favor at this point). (Get renewal status.)
Five-0 helps PI Harry Brown (returning guest star William Forsythe) investigate the abduction of a woman whose husband may be hiding something.
Episode 150: Danny looks into the circumstances of an ex-NYPD officer’s disappearance; one of Frank’s peers (The 100‘s Isaiah Washington) refuses to retire.