On TV this Friday: Chris Evans goes on the hunt for Ryan Gosling, Billy Porter makes his directorial debut and Trying returns for Season 3. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern. (Also check out our weekly TVLine-Up of premieres and finales, plus our monthly streaming guide.)
What to Watch Today
Russo Bros' Gray Man and Billy Porter's Anything's Possible, Live P.D. Revival, Trying and More
Movie premiere: Billy Porter’s directorial debut focuses on a romance between Kelsa (played by Eva Reign), a high school senior who is trans, and classmate Khal (Walking Dead: World Beyond‘s Abubakr Ali); Renée Elise Goldsberry (Girls5eva) co-stars.
A prison riot affords Jimmy and Larry time to learn more about each other.
For All Mankind
The three Martian crews work side by side; Danny and Ed deal with unresolved issues.
The Gray Man
Movie premiere: From the Russo Brothers comes a big-budget action flick about a shadowy CIA agent (played by Ryan Gosling) hunted by a sociopathic operative (Chris Evans); Ana de Armas (No Time to Die) and Regé-Jean Page (Bridgerton) co-star.
Molly travels to Jean-Pierre’s vineyard for a possible date; Howard wants Nicholas to meet his girlfriend.
Sheila gets an inside look at Vinnie Green’s operation; Danny does some soul-searching.
Season 3 premiere (first two episodes): Jason and Nikki wake up as the new parents of two kids they’ve barely met.
Also streaming Friday: Best Foot Forward (Apple TV+) and Blown Away Season 3 (Netflix), plus new episodes of Love Island UK (Hulu), Love Island USA (Peacock) and RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars (Paramount+).
Blood & Treasure
Season 2 premiere broadcast encore: Danny and Lexi race to recover one of the greatest lost treasures of Asia: the Spirit Banner of Genghis Khan. (New episodes drop Sundays on Paramount+.)
On Patrol: Live
Formerly known as Live P.D., the onetime A&E series returns with new episodes every Friday and Saturday from 9 pm to midnight.
Nathan helps an Oregon woman prepare for motherhood by simulating the experience of raising a child from birth to age 18.