On TV this Friday: Paul Rudd pulls double duty in Living With Yourself, Anne Hathaway and Tina Fey find Modern Love and Hulu goes Looking for Alaska. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
Paul Rudd's Double Take, Hulu Is Looking for Alaska, Amazon Finds Modern Love and More
Looking for Alaska
Limited series premiere (all eight episodes): From EPs Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage (The O.C.) comes this adaptation of the John Green novel, which focuses on a teenager (Boardwalk Empire‘s Charlie Plummer) who falls for a girl named Alaska (The Society‘s Kristine Froseth), then tries to make sense of an unexpected tragedy. (Watch trailer.)
Series premiere (all eight episodes): Anne Hathaway, Tina Fey (30 Rock), John Slattery (Mad Men), Cristin Milioti (HIMYM), Brandon Victor Dixon (Power), Julia Garner (Ozark) and Dev Patel (The Newsroom) star in this rom-com anthology based on the New York Times column. (Watch trailer.)
Aram goes undercover to gain access to a secret society of thrill-seekers; Katarina tries to insinuate herself into Liz’s life. (View photos.)
Macy tries to make sense of some vivid dreams; Mel and Maggie’s bond is strengthened by a personal loss.
Five-0 turns to hacker Aaron Wright (returning guest star Joey Lawrence) when a young girl is reported kidnapped, but is not who she claims to be upon rescue.
Sid & Judy
Documentary premiere: Fifty years after Judy Garland’s death comes this new film that fuses the unpublished recollections of her third husband, producer/manager Sid Luft, with film clips, rare concert footage and Garland’s own inimitable words.
Magnum and Higgins assist Katsumoto with a potentially dirty cop, while Rick and TC help L.A. Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald find a tablet.
Season 2 finale (two episodes): Murph and Emily have a fight; Bridget goes into labor. (Not yet renewed.)
Axel must reconcile with Vanessa and come to terms with Scarlett’s death in the wake of an epic battle.