What To Watch On TV: Friday Edition
My Night at the Grammys @ 8pm
The Grammy Awards' upcoming 50th anniversary is celebrated in this musical special. The 25 greatest moments from the Grammys, as selected by viewers, are featured, with the artists commenting on their performances. Selected moments include duets by Barbra Streisand and Neil Diamond, Prince and Beyoncé, and Elton John and Eminem. Bruce Springsteen, Eric Clapton and Green Day are also featured.
Deal or No Deal @ 8pm
Too bad we can't see Eleen Degeneres' famous guest appearance as a model tonight, she even wore a dress! It's set to air in January but till then we can enjoy the colorful and crazy contestants this show has. Tonight, a Rhode Island math teacher finishes his game and a California man tries for the million. Later, an Arizona couple play separate games, and the wife must decide to keep her deal or take the one offered to her husband, sight unseen.
Friday Night Lights @ 9pm
If you thought Tami was having a tough time at the start of the season, wait until tonight. Things on the home front turn sour as she and Eric clash over her friendship with Glenn, and Julie is back to ignoring her after Tami confronts her teacher about their suspicious relationship. Elsewhere, Riggins connects with his new roommate, who seems to be a scary ghost of Riggins' future, and the brother of Tyra's attacker asks to meet with her. Also, Smash's visit to a college with a party-school reputation takes a surprising and hilarious turn.
Las Vegas @ 10pm
Last week Danny's role as president of operations brought him hectic troubles, particularly when his boozy uncle and the fire marshal arrived. And a band of robbers targeted the Montecito.Tonight the fallout from the Montecito robbery impacts the staffers, particularly Danny, whose uncle seems to have been involved in the crime. Meanwhile, tensions escalate between Cooper and Sam; and a woman tries to fulfill her late hubby's offbeat last wishes. The band Metal Skool make an appearance.
India's Hidden Plaque @ 10pm
To commemorate tomorrow's World AIDS Day, Ashley Judd, a global ambassador for YouthAIDS, embarks on an emotional journey to India to spread awareness of the disease in one of the world's hardest-hit countries. This moving documentary features intimate interviews with men, women and children whose lives have been impacted by the disease, including two young sisters who lost both of their parents to AIDS. Joining Judd in promoting HIV/AIDS prevention are Bollywood megastars Sushmita Sen, a former Miss Universe, and Shahrukh Khan, the "Brad Pitt" of India.