TV picks for Friday, Oct. 13
“Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” (8 p.m., The CW): In the Season 3 premiere, poor Rebecca is plotting her revenge after being left at the altar by Josh. But that might be difficult to accomplish now that he has run off to train to be a priest.
“Hawaii Five-0” (9 p.m., CBS): The task force enlists the help of an old friend when the boss of a major crime family is murdered, triggering revenge killings across the island. Also, MacGarrett and Danny begin sorting out particulars in their new restaurant venture
“Jane the Virgin” (9 p.m., The CW): In the season premiere, Jane is reunited with her first love, Adam (guest star Tyler Posey), and is shocked but happy to see him. However Xo and Alba are less thrilled that he is back. After Rafael loses ownership of the hotel to his sister, he finds himself at Jane’s house broke and homeless. Also, Jane and Rafael learn that Petra has been found and they rush to her aide.
“The Exorcist” (9 p.m., Fox): The situation at the foster home continues to deteriorate, as Andy tries to help his foster daughter, Grace (guest star Amélie Eve) overcome her agoraphobia. Meanwhile, Marcus and Tomas travel to Seattle where they encounter a new possession case, discovering a young girl who has been targeted by a force of pure evil.
“Gold Rush” (9 p.m., Discovery): The gold miners are back, and this year the rivalry among them reaches new levels. But will they be able to put their money where their mouth is? Before the new mining season even kicks off, Todd Hoffman lays everything on the line and wagers a massive bet with 22-year-old Parker Schnabel. The ever-confident Todd believes he can pull in the most gold this season. If not, he owes Parker 100 ounces of gold worth over $100,000 dollars.
“20/20” (10 p.m., ABC): Tonight’s installment delves into the explosive allegations of sexual harassment and assault leveled against Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein. Included: interviews with multiple accusers about their encounters with the movie producer. Over the past week, actresses including Angelina Jolie, Ashley Judd, Gwyneth Paltrow and Rosanna Arquette have come forward, revealing their own accounts of alleged harassment. The hour also explores whether the recent allegations against powerful men like Weinstein and Roger Ailes will bring an end to Hollywood’s infamous “casting couch” abuses.
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Source:: East Bay – Entertainment