On TV this Friday: Bill Maher wraps up his 12th season, Hawaii Five-0 pairs up Steve’s aunt and Frankie Valli, Last Man Standing develops nostalgia for light bulbs, Grimm faces a talking wolf and Cats sings once again. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
What to Watch Today
Five-0's Big Surprise, Real Time Finale, Cats and More
Season 3, eight episodes: Frank “The Fixer” adjusts to his life in WITSEC; Roar goes to Brazil to meet his Internet bride, but the law catches up with him.
Last Man Standing
When Vanessa removes all of the incandescent bulbs from the house, Mike and Chuck try to find them; Mandy announces she is moving out, but omits a big detail.
Girl Meets World
A lesson about the forms of government inspires Lucas, Riley and Farkle to each run for seventh-grade class president. (See photos from the big Christmas reunion episode.)
Great Performances: Cats
The famous feline musical returns to the stage after an 18-year Broadway run for another performance, including Elaine Paige’s return to her role as Grizabella.
Nick and Hank look into a woman’s claim that a talking wolf drove her insane; Adalind continues to search for her daughter.
McGarrett is surprised when Aunt Deb (guest star Carol Burnett) returns with a fiancé (played by musician Frankie Valli).
GoPro founder Nick Woodman joins the sharks to judge inventions including a healthier tortilla chip, scented fire logs and a follow-up on Season 5’s ugly Christmas sweater company.
After an officer’s body camera malfunctions, Frank receives public backlash. Also, when the U.S. Marshals Service refuses to put an informant in Witness Protection, Danny and Baez must protect them.
Constantine looks suspicious for knowing a lot about the crimes in New Orleans; a voodoo ritual goes south, forcing Constantine to form an alliance with Papa Midnite. Emmett Scanlan (The Fall) guest-stars.
Real Time With Bill Maher
Season 12 finale: Maher sits down with John Cleese and Seth Rogen, while roundtable guests include author Chrystia Freeland, news anchor Chris Matthews and journalist Roland Martin.