News & Notes
On cable tonight, Chiller has the TV movie premiere of Dead Souls, Disney has the series premiere of Dog With a Blog, Lifetime has the 40th season finale of America’s Most Wanted: America Fights Back, and Showtime has the second season finale of Strike Back.
The CW’s Nikita premieres next week and NBC has delayed the premieres of Whitney and Community to a yet to be determined later date.
Arrow (The CW): Repeat. This past Wednesday’s series premiere episode, “Pilot,” replays.
Fringe (FOX): New. The Fringe team comes across a group that is recording human history while hiding out in the forest.
Strike Back (Cinemax): Season Finale. Scott is trying to get Bryant to tell him about Knox’s plans. Stonebridge is being consumed by revenge. Runs 50 minutes. Plays again later.
NCIS (CBS): Repeat. A repeat episode takes the spot of CSI: NY tonight as it moves up an hour into the canceled Made in Jersey time period.
Grimm (NBC): New. Nick and Hank have to deal with an unstable father and his daughter while investigating a case. Monroe is running the spice shop for Rosalee while she is away.
Haven (Syfy): New. Audrey is looking into any connection between ocean based deaths. Plays again later.
- Blue Bloods (CBS): New. Danny believes a serial killer is at work after two victims are discovered to have been from the same group.
- Boss (Starz): New. Kane is in danger of being taken down by his enemies. Plays twice.
- CSI: NY (CBS): New. Mac and Jo are off to San Francisco to find a missing girl after they come across some photo evidence.
- ESPN has NASCAR racing action with the Nationwide Series: Dollar General 300.
- ESPN2 has Friday Night College Football with Navy at Central Michigan.
- TBS has an MLB Playoff game.
- Alphas (Syfy): Repeat. This past Monday’s episode, “If Memory Serves,” replays.
Friday TV Marathons
A&E has six episodes of Criminal Minds tonight.
ION has seven episodes of Cold Case tonight.
TNT has seven episodes of Law & Order today.
USA Network has five episodes of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation followed by seven episodes of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.
What will you watch on Friday night?