On TV this Friday: Love Thy Neighbor is in for a house of Payne, Comedy Central honors Jon Stewart with #EveryDailyShowEver, Disney Channel returns to the Beach and Vice explores the threat of a second Cold War. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:
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Dragons: Race to the Edge
Series premiere: The follow-up to the How to Train Your Dragon films and Cartoon Network series finds Hiccup and Toothless leading the Dragon Riders beyond the borders of Berk to locate an ancient artifact.
The Daily Show With Jon Stewart
Comedy Central is commemorating Stewart’s tenure with #JonVoyage, a 42-day streaming marathon of all 2,000+ episodes. (Watch here.)
FIFA Women's World Cup
The United States competes against China in the second round of the quarterfinals.
Teen Beach 2
In the TV-movie sequel, Brady (Ross Lynch, Austin & Ally) and Mack’s (Maia Mitchell, The Fosters) school year is turned upside down by the arrival of “Wet Side Story” pals Lela and Tanner (The Vampire Diaries‘ Grace Phipps and The Fosters‘ Garrett Clayton) and their assorted 1960s friends.
Season 1 finale: The last briefcases are presented to the Moyas and the Vendely-Salgados, families with vastly different views and lifestyles. (Not yet renewed.)
A vindictive warlord strands the team in a restricted city wasteland after a hostage exchange goes sideways.
Love Thy Neighbor
Season 4 premiere (two episodes):Ella and Curtis (House of Payne‘s Cassi Davis and LaVan Davis) stop by the Love Train Diner; Drew reveals her love for Danny.
Best Friends Whenever
Series premiere: BFFs Shelby (Landry Bender, Crash and Bernstein) and Cyd (Lauren Taylor, Netflix’s Richie Rich) garner the capacity to travel through time.
Sabotage is suspected after the crew’s ship veers off course, forcing a dangerous spacewalk as part of an essential repair.
Season 3 finale (45 minutes): Shane Smith meets with Kremlin and American leaders to discuss escalating tensions between the U.S. and Russia.