TNT at 9 p.m. for Franklin & Bash
Representing two pole-dancing instructors accused of stealing from their clients puts a strain on Peter and Jared’s friendship. Karp and Hanna represent a teenager who wants to make a solo kayak trip down the Amazon against his father’s wishes. Malcolm McDowell also stars in the new episode Franklin vs. Bash.
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WLTZ at 10 p.m. for Love Bites
Guys growing up is the theme of the new episode Boys to Men. While house-sitting for Colleen and Judd, Colleen’s nephew gets an unexpected lesson in love. A one-night stand ends up not being the no-strings-attached encounter the man hoped for when the woman’s father is hospitalized. A flirty receptionist distracts a father-to-be from his impending new responsibilities. Becki Newton also stars.
WLTZ at 8 p.m. for Friday Night Lights
All good things must come to an end, and the saga of high-school football in Dillon, Texas, wraps up tonight. As the East Dillon Lions prepare for the state championship, Coach Taylor and his family face some life-changing decisions. Julie makes one that takes her parents by surprise. Connie Britton also stars in the series finale, Always
WRBL at 8 p.m. for CHAOS
When the agents discover that a former member of their team who was presumed dead is still alive, they proceed to Panama, where he’s being held hostage, to rescue him. It’s a risky mission even by this rogue team’s standards, and there’s a chance not everyone will make it home. Freddy Rodriguez, Eric Close, Tim Blake Nelson and James Murray star in the new episode Proof of Life.
FAM at 8 p.m. for the Movie: Cyberbully
Emily Osment (Hannah Montana) stars in this troubling tale about a teenage girl, Taylor Hillridge, who falls victim to online bullying. As she falls further into despair, Taylor finds that she is not alone, and her mother (Kelly Rowan) fights for legislation to ensure that other kids won’t have to go through what her daughter did.
TNT at 9 p.m. for The Closer
As they struggle to cope with the reorganization in their department, Brenda (Kyra Sedgwick) and her colleagues investigate the murder of a girl who was house-sitting. Raydor (Mary McDonnell) must explain her audit of Major Crimes in light of the civil suit against Brenda and the department in the new episode Repeat Offender. J.K. Simmons also stars.
WTVM at 10 p.m. for Combat Hospital
When a civilian wedding party is caught in Taliban crossfire, Pedersen (Deborah Kara Unger) rushes to the off-base clinic to treat the female victims while the groom and some of the guests are brought to the hospital, and Rebecca (Michelle Borth) tries to locate the bride. Bobby (Terry Chen) pulls rank on a sergeant who’s trying to postpone needed tests so he can go on a mission with his men in the new episode Hells Bells.