What to Watch Today

Unforgettable Lives Again, Bruce Springsteen and More

On TV this Friday: Unforgettable just won’t die, Bruce Springsteen revisits “The River,” TV Land hosts a Younger-thon and The Amazing Race faces an incredible U-turn of events. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:

  • A&E

    Season 4 premiere (two episodes, new network): First up, Carrie’s ex (Skeet Ulrich, Law & Order: LA) turns up during a drug investigation. Then at 9 pm, Carrie and Al assist in the transport of a star witness (SNL alum Rachel Dratch). (Get revamp details.)

  • CBS
    The Amazing Race

    For the first time in the Race’s history, the racers face a third U-turn; a late-night detour presents itself on the way to an Indian wedding.

  • Fox
    MasterChef Junior

    The junior cooks prepare a layered dip as part of their first team challenge, with the winners able to choose ingredients to throw their competition off-course.

  • HBO
    The Ties That Bind

    The Bruce Springsteen documentary unspools the making of 1980’s “The River,” alongside rare concert footage and interviews from the time of its release.

  • PBS
    Great Performances: Andrea Bocelli

    The renowned vocalist pays tribute to some of cinematic history’s most beloved songs, with accompaniment by pianist David Foster.

  • USA Network

    Grace and Neil attempt to win back Bastion’s lost investors; Adriana sticks her nose in a family matter.

  • Cinemax
    The Knick

    Thackery prepares to separate conjoined twins in front of an audience; Cornelia attends a charity event for the new Knick; Barrow takes care of a threat. (Get scoop.)

  • Syfy
    Z Nation

    The team is acquainted with La Reina, Queen of the Zeros, following capture; Dr. Kurian readies for human trials on his Z-vaccine.

  • TV Land
    Younger Marathon

    Through 5 am | Miss out on the Sutton Foster-Hillary Duff sitcom last spring? Binge on all 12 Season 1 episodes. (Season 2 premieres January 13.)

  • Adult Swim
    Black Jesus

    Season 2 finale: Black Jesus spends a very special Christmas in Compton. (Not yet renewed.)