Jason is far from 100% on his pick, while Brad and Fiona go with their usual Friday comfort food TV (in Fiona’s case, quite literally).
100%: Julian Edelman [Showtime, 9p]
Around the time I saw this f’ing guy made that f’ing catch in the Super Bowl, I got a text from a fellow Pats-hater reading “There is no god.” I was about 40 minutes behind in the game and knew that meant the Patriots had come back all the way to win. I’m not sure why Showtime made this documentary or why I’m recommending it — perhaps the fascination of a full-length feature about a guy who seemingly has faced very little adversity in his life and whose face many people could identify only because this once happened. I’m disgusted that this is a thing, but can I turn away?
Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. [ABC, 8p]
Enoch and FitzSimmons finally get a ride home? Maybe, but there will be some gambling complications. Will we have to wait to see the agents reunited? Time will tell.
Diners, Drive-Thrus & Dives [Food, 9p]
Tonight, Guy is staying local and visiting his favorite hometown eats.
ALSO ON TAP TONIGHT:
- We’re always up for more shows that reveal the wrongfully convicted freed by forensic evidence, and the latest example of that is Netflix’s Exhibit A.
- This’ll be a short one, but let’s close it up with the Friday new and returning Netflix imports, led by the latest drug-fueled drama from France, Family Business. Brazil’s The Chosen One is an adaptation of a Mexican series about a land without death. Finally, Netflix debuts the third series of the Spanish comedy of a bumbling PR agent, Paquita Salas.