On TV this Friday: Al Capone helps Hawaii Five-0 out with a tough case, the truth is out there on Blue Bloods, Glee revisits a milestone episode and The Soup concludes its annual clipdown. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
What to Watch Today
H50 Returns, Billy Joel Tribute, Soup Clipdown and More
Through midnight | Already broken your New Year’s resolutions? Don’t worry — a few hours of the Gallaghers’ Season 2 shenanigans will have you feeling much better about your choices, overall.
Time-slot premiere: The president of the Maaco auto repair chain learns that his detailing work could use a little fine-tuning. (It’s unlikely someone will get a boob job this week. But then again, you never know…)
Billy Joel: The Library of Congress Gershwin Prize
Crack open a bottle of red, a bottle of white and watch this tribute to the New York-born singer-songwriter, recipient of the Gershwin Prize for Popular Song.
Repeat to Revisit: The original New Directions! Quinn running to Puck in the hallway! Holly Holiday! A Fondue for Two throwdown! Re-live it all with this rebroadcast of Episode 100. (The final season debuts next Friday.)
An old-school P.I. (The Untouchables‘ William Forsythe) helps Five-0 solve the murder of an escort. Doug Savant (Desperate Housewives), Eric Roberts (The Dark Knight), Grace Phipps (The Vampire Diaries) and Andrea Roth (Rescue Me) also guest-star, while Mirrah Foulkes returns as Ellie Clayton.
Repeat to Revisit: Wanna get married via cell phone? Yeah, two entrepreneurs have an app for that.
Putting the blue in Blue Bloods, Danny and Baez investigate a string of murders involving adult film stars. Mitch Pileggi (The X-Files) guest-stars.
Should a potbellied pig be a suburban pet? Some very angry Virginia residents want to bounce the bacon right outta their neighborhood.
Mysteries at the Castle
Season 2 premiere: The series — formerly called Castle Secrets & Legends — travels to Dracula’s Transylvania in its second season opener.
Joel McHale and his minions bid a hearty adieu to 2014 with the snarky series’ Year End Clipdown Part 2.