On TV this Friday: Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn launch their Project Runway follow-up, Drag Race spoofs Grey’s Anatomy and Ozark returns for Season 3. Here are 11 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
Ozark Returns, RuPaul Spoofs Grey's, Making the Cut Debuts, Portrait of a Lady on Fire and More
In Season 1’s penultimate episode, a woman (Broadway vet Michelle Wilson) awakens from a six-year coma; Josh Holloway (Lost) co-stars.
Making the Cut
Series premiere (two episodes per week): Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn’s latest project finds 12 designers competing for $1 million and the chance to jumpstart a global fashion empire. (Read preview.)
Portrait of a Lady on Fire
Fast-tracked streaming premiere: In 1760 France, Marianne is commissioned to paint the wedding portrait of Heloise, who recently left a convent.
Season 3 premiere (all 10 episodes): Six months later, the casino is up and running, as Marty and Wendy fight for control of the family’s destiny. (Watch trailer.)
Steven Universe: Future
Limited series finale: Steven flees to Homeworld and seeks Spinel and the Diamonds’ advice on his condition.
The Charmed Ones must face their greatest fears in order to restore the Power of Three. (Hear about The CW’s Thursday night shuffle?)
RuPaul's Drag Race
The queens take part in the long-running drag queen scripted series, Gay’s Anatomy! Pop star Normani serves as a guest judge.
Fallon agrees to keep an eye on Connor while Liam follows a lead on his baby mama; Dominique and Vanessa set the wheels in motion for a reality show.
In the series’ penultimate episode, Danny is assaulted by someone looking for a coded letter Doris for Steve; action hero icon Chuck Norris guest-stars.
Series premiere: This live-action comic adaptation, made by an all-female team of writers and directors, follows a child queen-turned-outcast (Light as a Feather‘s Adriyan Rae) who heads off on an adventure with an old friend (Wynonna Earp‘s Tim Rozon) and a new ally (Blood Drive‘s Alex McGregor) to rescue the mother she thought was dead.