On TV this Friday: Netflix reopens The Kissing Booth, RuPaul’s Drag Race crowns a new All Stars champ and Room 104 checks in for its final season. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
Kissing Booth Sequel, Central Park Finale, Drag Race All Stars Winner Ruvealed, Room 104 and More
Season 1 finale: Owen and the family search for a snakehead fish in the Harlem Meer; Bitsy works with a likability consultant. (Check renewal status.)
Jim Gaffigan: The Pale Tourist
In this two-part special filmed in Ontario and Barcelona, the comedian experiences local culture and food, then writes/performs all-new material.
The Kissing Booth 2
In this sequel to the 2018 hit, Elle (Joey King) and Harvard-bound Noah’s (Jacob Elordi) relationship is complicated by two new strangers (Embeds‘ Taylor Zakhar Perez and Legends of Tomorrow‘s Maisie Richardson-Sellers). (Watch trailer.)
Bess asks Ethan to direct a music video and enlists the help of her friends to create a DIY masterpiece.
ABC News’ Bob Woodruff and his photographer son Mack embark on an international adventure in this six-part, NatGeo-produced travelogue.
The Greatest #AtHome Videos
The Neighborhood‘s Cedric the Entertainer presides over the first of four new specials featuring viral home videos filmed in the age of social distancing.
Raven About BUNK'd
Crossover alert! A GPS glitch sends Raven, Chelsea, Booker, Nia, Levi and Tess to Camp Kikiwaka. (Watch promo.)
RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars
Season 5 finale: After the All Stars write/record/perform a verse of Ru’s new single, one queen lands in the Drag Race Hall of Fame. (Who will win?)
Great Performances: She Loves Me
Tony winner Laura Benanti and Chuck‘s Zachary Levi lead this 2016 musical production about feuding clerks who are romantic pen pals; Jane Krakowski (30 Rock) co-stars.
Final season premiere: A twentysomething gathers friends for an intimate performance by a reclusive musician (series co-creator Mark Duplass).