On TV this Friday: A revived Last Man Standing hangs with The Cool Kids, Hawaii Five-0 meets Hawaii Five-O and a Blue Bloods case gets personal. Here are 12 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern:
What to Watch Today
Last Man Standing Revival, Wynonna Earp Finale, Five-0 and Blue Bloods Return and More
This Shakespeare adaptation casts Anthony Hopkins (The Silence of the Lambs) as Lear, Emma Thompson (Love Actually) as Goneril, Emily Watson (The Theory of Everything) as Regan, Florence Pugh (Marcella) as Cordelia and Jim Broadbent (Game of Thrones) as the Earl of Gloucester.
Truth & Lies: Jonestown, Paradise Lost
Two hours: This documentary chronicles the largest murder-suicide in American history, which took place at the Jonestown settlement in Guyana on Nov. 18, 1978.
Season 3 premiere: Mac returns to Phoenix Foundation after learning that a ruthless dictator is targeting Jack.
The Cool Kids
Series premiere: Comedy vets David Alan Grier, Martin Mull, Vicki Lawrence and Leslie Jordan star as a group of rowdy friends living in an assisted living facility.
Season 3 finale (two episodes): A run-in with the Revenants leads Wynonna to an unexpected revelation; Wynonna and Waverly attempt to put an end to the family curse once and for all. (Get renewal status.)
Season 9 premiere: In this retelling of the original series’ pilot episode, McGarrett lets himself be captured by a group believed to have killed Steve’s CIA agent friend in hopes of identifying the killer. (Watch a sneak peek.)
Season 18 premiere: Gordon Ramsay invites eight previous contestants back to the kitchen to compete with eight ambitious rookies.
Season 9 premiere: Danny takes on a case involving the drug cartel member (Longmire‘s Lou Diamond Phillips) believed to have torched his house.
Season 2 finale: Kyle, Bob and Simon visit with the sole survivor of Rome’s possessions; Anderson and Giles round up the possessed. (Not yet renewed.)
Real Time With Bill Maher
Guests include former Trump aide Steve Bannon, astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson, national security analyst Evelyn Farkas, author Max Brooks and reporter April Ryan.
Tracey Ullman's Show
Season 3 premiere: Theresa May has a video chat with President Trump (The President Show‘s Anthony Atamanuik); Angela Merkel works on her poker face.