On TV this Friday: Sleepy Hollow has an unwelcome guest, Netflix wields an Iron Fist and the legendary Julie Andrews presides over a binge-worthy children’s program. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:
Sleepy Hollow Visitor, The Originals Returns, Netflix's Iron Fist Fight, Julie Andrews and More
Series premiere (all 13 episodes): The legendary Julie Andrews leads this arts education show for youngins, featuring original puppets from Jim Henson Studios; Alec Baldwin, Idina Menzel and David Hyde Pierce stop by during Season 1. (Read preview.)
Marvel's Iron Fist
Series premiere (all 13 episodes): In the last of the pre-Defenders series, billionaire Danny Rand (Game of Thrones‘ Finn Jones) returns to NYC after missing for years, where he fights the criminal element and tries to reconnect to his past; Jessica Henwick (GoT), David Wenham (Top of the Lake), Jessica Stroup (90210), Tom Pelphrey (Banshee) and Carrie-Anne Moss (Jessica Jones) co-star. (Watch trailer.)
NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament
The Wichita State Shockers take on the Dayton Flyers. Then at 9:30 pm, the Kentucky Wildcats compete against the Northern Kentucky Norse. (Get full lineup.)
Season 4 premiere: Five years after Klaus’ defeat, Marcel deals with the unexpected threat posed by un-sired vampires; Hayley comes close to a cure to revive the Mikaelsons. (Watch the emotional first minute.)
In the series’ antepenultimate hour, Nick joins Eve on a mission to take down the mysterious force she saw in the mirror. (Get scoop from Matt’s Inside Line.)
Pat asks Ken to talk him up to Welltopia’s zany CEO (played by Wrecked‘s Rhys Darby) for a possible promotion. (When is Ken‘s next Community reunion?)
Darnley must prove his loyalty to Mary to get her to agree to marriage; Catherine and Narcisse run damage control for Charles.
After a mysterious woman makes her way into the vault, the team must figure out who she is and if she can be trusted. (Should Fox Keep or Cut the bubble drama?)
Real Time With Bill Maher
Guests include CNN’s Jake Tapper, former Mass. Rep. Barney Frank, political commentator Andrew Sullivan and RI Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse.
Season 2 premiere: Lab rats Mike and Phil get caught in a love triangle with an imaginary friend; an algae questions its entire existence.