Friday TV: Sutton Foster Sings

SuttonFosterSutton Foster, the actress from “Younger,” reminds TV audiences why she won two Tony Awards for her work in “Anything Goes” and “Thoroughly Modern Millie” with a concert special from the intimate Appel Room “Live from Lincoln Center” (PBS, 9 p.m., check local listings). Her special guest is a two time Tony nominee Jonathan Groff (who also stars in “Mindhunter”).

Immediately after, reunites with the Black Eyed Peas as part of his show at London’s Royal Albert Hall on “Great Performances” (PBS, 10 p.m., check local listings).

A third kind of music special is found in “Harry Styles at the BBC” (BBC, 9 p.m.).

In the new movie “Kodachrome” (Netflix, streaming), Jason Sudeikis plays a New York executive who is enlisted to accompany his dying dad on a road trip to get some important film processed before the last lab is closed. Days before he returns in “Westworld,” Ed Harris plays the dad. Also on board are Elizabeth Olsen, Wendy Crewson and Bruce Greenwood.

In the movie “Dude” (Netflix, streaming), four best friends deal with impending change during the last two weeks of high school. Lucy Hale, Kathryn Prescott, Alexandra Shipp and Awkwafina star. Pot smoking is involved; they chose 4/20 as a release date for a reason

Antoinette Nwandu’s stage hit, an urban update of “Waiting for Godot” called “Pass Over” (Amazon, streaming) gets a filmed version from Spike Lee. Jon Michael Hill and Julian Parker star.

Women who trained for early space flight but were never considered by NASA are the subject of the documentary “Mercury 13” (Netflix, streaming).

A second season also starts for the documentary series on drugs, “Dope” (Netflix, streaming).

Something big is poised to happen on the fourth season finale of “Jane the Virgin” (The CW, 9 p.m.), who realizes Rafael has been keeping a secret from her.

“Taken” has itself already been taken off the air, for now anyway, to return on Saturdays in the summer. For now, it’s replaced by a “Dateline” (NBC, 9 p.m.) about cyber revenge.

Harassment of women other than movie stars – housekeepers, waitresses and truck drivers among them — is the subject of a report by Diane Sawyer on “20/20” (ABC, 10 p.m.).

Gayle King hosts the special “Meghan Markle: American Princess” (CBS, 10 p.m.) about the TV actress who is about to become part of the royal family.

“Wyatt Cenac’s Problem Areas” (HBO, 11:30 p.m.) looks at NRA propaganda at the movies.

Stormy Daniels attorney Michael Avenatti, clinical psychologist Jordan Peterson, Washington Gov. Jay Inslee and journalists Alex Wagner and Frank Bruni are on a new “Real Time with Bill Maher” (HBO, 10 p.m.).

Roman’s allegiances are tested on “Blindspot” (NBC, 8 p.m.).

“Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” (ABC, 9 p.m.) tries to stop Ruby before the Earth is destroyed.

Margot takes Tilly on a date on “Once Upon a Time” (ABC, 8 p.m.).

On “Hawaii Five-0” (CBS, 9 p.m.) McGarrett and Dany try to track down a teenage Royal runaway.

It’s about time “MacGyver” (CBS, 8 p.m.) got to Puerto Rico to help with the hurricane relief.

Liam meddles in Fallon’s love life on “Dynasty” (The CW, 8 p.m.).

The Top 12 on “MasterChef Junior” (Fox, 8 p.m.) have to make as many eggs Benedict as possible.

On “Gold Rush” (Discovery, 9 p.m.), Parker and his team arrive in Marudi.

Emily and George gamble on new strategies on “Bering Sea Gold” (Discovery, 10 p.m.).

“Josh Gates’ Destination Truth” (Travel, 9 p.m.) goes to South Africa.

“The Graham Norton Show” (BBC America, 10 p.m.) hosts Dwayne Johnson, Naomie Harris, Martin Freeman and Roger Daltrey.

Movies about advertising from the “Mad Men” days are on Turner Classic Movies tonight with “The Thrill of It All” (8 p.m.), “Good Neighbor Sam” (10 p.m.) and “I Married a Woman” (12:30 a.m.). Then comes Brigitte Nielsen as “Red Sonja” (2 a.m.) and Lou Ferrigno as “Hercules” (3:45 a.m.).

Earlier today on TCM, it’s all about Harold Lloyd on his birthday with “From Hand to Mouth” (7:15 a.m.), “Haunted Spooks” (7:45 a.m.), “Among Those Present” (8:15 a.m.), “Grandma’s Boy” (9 a.m.), “Girl Shy” (10 a.m.), “The Kid Brother” (11:30 a.m.), “Movie Crazy” (1 p.m.), “The Milky Way” (2:45 p.m.), “The Sin of Harold Diddlebock” (4:30 p.m.) and “Funny Side of Life” (6:15 p.m.).

NBA Playoff games have Cleveland at Indiana (ESPN, 7 p.m.), Toronto at Washington (ESPN2, 8 p.m.) and Boston at Milwaukee (ESPN, 9:30 p.m.).

Stanley Cup playoff games have Philadelphia at Pittsburgh (NBC, 7 p.m.), Minnesota at Winnipeg (USSA, 7:30 p.m.) and Colorado at Nashville (NBC, 9:30 p.m.).

Baseball includes Kansas City at Detroit (MLB, 1 p.m.) and Pittsburgh at Philadelphia (MLB, 7 p.m.).

NASCAR has the ToyotaCare 250 (Fox Sports 1, 7 p.m.).

College baseball includes Long Beach State at Cal Poly (ESPNU, 10 p.m.).

Women’s college lacrosse has Ohio State at Johns Hopkins (ESPNU, 5 p.m.).

And there are NCAA championship semifinals in women’s gymnastics (ESPN2, 1 p.m.; ESPNU, 7 p.m.).

Daytime Talk

Kelly Ripa and Ryan Seacrest: Anthony Mackie, Auli’i Cravalho. The View: Amy Schumer, Rory Scovel, Diane Sawyer. The Talk: Busy Philipps, Sebastian Stan. Harry Connick: Susan Kelechi Watson. Steve Harvey: Snoop Dogg. Wendy Williams: Vanessa Bell Calloway, Milly Almodovar. The Real: Ice Cube, Trina.

Late Talk

Stephen Colbert: James Marsden, Coyote Peterson. Jimmy Fallon: Anthony Mackie Ralph Macchio, Kiry Shabazz. Seth Meyers: Emily Blunt, Zazie Beetz, Ryan Reiss, Steve Smith (rerun). James Corden: Jeff Goldblum, Marlon Wayans, Jack Hanna (rerun). Carson Daly: Juno Temple, the Fever 333, Kim Matula.


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