TV picks for Friday, Nov. 9
“Blindspot” (8 p.m., NBC): A blast from Rich DotCom’s past sends the FBI team after a deadly terrorist plot.
“Hawaii Five-0” (9 p.m., CBS): For its landmark 200th episode, the crime drama goes retro, with vintage 1940s-era duds and all. In a dream sequence, Steve McGarrett confronts a cold case that his grandfather worked on before perishing at Pearl Harbor. It was a case that famous Honolulu detective Chang Apana and his grandfather couldn’t solve. While sifting through the evidence Steve tries to deduce how the case could have been creacked.
“Dateline NBC” (9 p.m., NBC): When two tragic deaths occur within one week of each other in a wealthy city in California, families begin to wonder what happened inside a beachfront mansion. Josh Mankiewicz reports.
“Z Nation” (9 p.m., Syfy): Warren and the others are reunited with Addy in “Limbo”, an underground casino run by Murphy and his Blends, that shelters Talkers on the run from Altura Militia.
“Blue Bloods” (10 p.m., CBS): Things get personal for Danny when Luis Delgado (Lou Diamond Phillips), the drug cartel hitman responsible for torching his house, resurfaces. Also, an attack on an officer in the line of duty directly impacts a member of Frank’s team; Eddie reluctantly introduces Jamie to her mother, Lena (Christine Ebersole); and Erin deals with the consequences of her new role as boss.
“Van Helsing” (10 p.m., Syfy): Vanessa has a final showdown with the Second Elder in San Francisco. In Denver, Flesh, Doc, Julius and Jolene learn that even in a Safe-Zone, life isn’t easy.
“Room 104” (11:30 p.m., HBO): Telling tales of the characters who pass through a single room of a typical American chain motel, the anthology series begins its 12-episode second season. From creators and executive producers Mark and Jay Duplass, the show tells a different story of the assorted characters who stay in the room in each episode, ranging from dark comedy and horror to poignant drama and musical romance.
“Patriot” (Amazon Prime): As Season 2 of the comedy series begins, U.S. intelligence officer John Tavner finds himself without his bag of 11 million euros and no closer to the goal of influencing Iran’s presidential election.
“Medal of Honor” (Netflix): This intimate docuseries celebrates eight recipients of the military’s highest award for valor — bestowed upon fewer than 3,600 Americans since President Abraham Lincoln signed it into law in 1861. Family members and …
Source:: East Bay – Entertainment