On TV this Friday: Joel McHale’s last Soup doubles as a Greendale holiday mixer, The Knick closes out surgical rounds, Satisfaction goes out of business and Z Nation subs in for an important farewell. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:
What to Watch Today
Soup's Final Serving, Knick Finale, F Is for Family and More
Making a Murderer
Series premiere (all 10 episodes): The docu-series chronicles the story of Steven Avery, a DNA exoneree accused of a new murder upon his release from prison.
F Is for Family
Series premiere (all six episodes): The ’70s-set animated sitcom follows the politically incorrect Murphy family; Laura Dern (Enlightened), Justin Long (Mom) and Bill Burr (Breaking Bad) co-star. (Watch trailer.)
Caught on Camera With Nick Cannon
The America’s Got Talent host brings yuletide cheer with holiday videos, including “Santa Parkour,” “Turkey Bomb” and “Scary Pumpkin.”
An old flame and a new murder investigation bring Carrie and her team to Atlantic City, N.J.
The cooks are challenged to recreate Gordon’s cuisines after consuming them in a blind taste test; the tots tackle their first restaurant challenge.
A Home for the Holidays
Inspirational stories of adoption are interlaced by performances from Christina Aguilera, Jason Derulo, Rascal Flatts and Ed Sheeran; LL Cool J hosts.
Series finale (60 minutes): Joel McHale says goodbye with special guests Alison Brie, Gillian Jacobs, Danny Pudi, Jim Rash, Nathan Fillion, Nic Pizzolatto, Tony Hale, Rob Riggle, Haley Joel Osment, Rob Huebel, Adam Scott, James Van Der Beek, Wendi McLendon-Covey, Paul Feig, Seth Green, Kate Flannery, Rich Sommer and Eric Idle.
Season 2 finale: Thackery rejects Zinberg’s advice; Cornelia talks to Henry about the family business; Barrow defends his actions; Gallinger mulls an opportunity. (Not yet renewed.)
Season 2 finale: The team reaches the mobile lab, which just so happens to be inside a submarine; Murphy says goodbye. (Renewed.)
Season 2 finale: Neil and Grace get started on their new business; Adriana schemes to keep Neil in her life for good. (Not yet renewed.)