On TV this Friday: Marvel’s Daredevil is back, HBO commemorates two (!) Bill Maher milestones and Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, Last Man Standing and Fresh Off the Boat celebrate Halloween. Here are 12 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern:
What to Watch Today
Daredevil Returns, Making a Murderer Part 2, Last Man Halloween, Bill Maher and More
Season 2 premiere (all six episodes): Take a deep dive into some of the world’s historical atrocities, from the Middle Ages to the Age of Rockets. (Watch trailer.)
Making a Murderer
Season 2 premiere (all 10 episodes): Steven Avery gets another chance to prove his innocence. (Watch James Corden Halloween parody.)
Series premiere (all six episodes): In this relationship dramedy, a suburban couple shakes things up by trying something slightly unorthodox; Toni Collette (United States of Tara) and Steven Mackintosh (Luther) star.
In the third installment, a movie star and a director argue over what is real; Christina Hendricks (Mad Men), Paul Reiser (Red Oaks) star. (Read Ep. 1 and 2 recaps.)
Remi co-opts an FBI case, putting the entire intelligence community in jeopardy. (Read premiere recap.)
Fresh Off the Boat
Eddie gets hired to work at a creepy mattress store, where he’s put in charge on Halloween night; George Wendt (Cheers) guest-stars.
Last Man Standing
On Halloween night, Mike and Chuck pull a prank on Joe (recurring guest star Jay Leno); Mandy, Kyle, Kristen and Ryan take part in a séance.
Maya’s Halloween takes a frightening turn when JJ attends a rave in the woods; Ray accompanies Dylan on her Halloween heist.
Rebecca convinces Paula, Heather and Valencia to take part in a séance, where they channel the Last Man Standing characters. No? (Read premiere recap.)
Frank makes some unpleasant discoveries about his department following a citywide blackout.
Real Time With Bill Maher: Anniversary Special
This special marks not only the 15th anniversary of Real Time, but a quarter-century since Politically Incorrect; interviews include Billy Crystal, Larry David, Martin Short, Woody Harrelson and Barbra Streisand.