Today’s Top 5 TV Picks – Friday March 15


Today’s Top 5 Picks


1

MacGyver

8 p.m. ET on CBS

Mac (Lucas Till) and his team are challenged with the makings of a classic whodunit — or in this case, a how’d-he-do-it — as they wrestle with a puzzling locked-door scenario, wherein a man who is working inside a remote, ultra-secure seed vault inexplicably disappears in the new episode “Seeds + Permafrost + Feather.” Tate Donovan guest stars in his recurring role as Oversight; Carsten Norgaard also guest stars.


2

Dynasty

8 p.m. ET on CW

Fallon and Sam (Elizabeth Gillies, Rafael de la Fuente) take a clandestine flight to Paris to explore what really is behind a distressing phone call, while Blake (Grant Show) demands justice in the aftermath of a disturbing crime in the new episode “Parisian Legend Has It … .” Nicollette Sheridan, Alan Dale, Robert Christopher Riley, Sam Adegoke and Ana Brenda Contreras also star.


3

Last Man Standing

8 p.m. ET on FOX

Vanessa (Nancy Travis) is determined to keep Mike (Tim Allen) from meddling in Ed and Bonnie’s (Hector Elizondo, guest star Susan Sullivan) relationship when the older couple begins spending more time together, but of course he just can’t help himself in the new episode “Otherwise Engaged.” Elsewhere, Mandy and Kyle (Molly McCook, Christoph Sanders) eavesdrop on Kristin and Ryan through their newly installed home security system. Jordan Masterson also stars.


4

Speechless

8:30 p.m. ET on ABC

In a new episode, JJ (Micah Fowler) has a hard time using his new social security benefits strictly to buy what he considers to be boring stuff, while Kenneth (Cedric Yarbrough) stumbles across a secret that upsets the balance in Jimmy and Maya’s (John Ross Bowie, Minnie Driver) relationship. Ray’s (Mason Cook) odds of success in a Quiz Bowl are compromised by a distracting run-in with an old flame. Jonathan Slavin and Sedona James guest star; Kyla Kenedy also stars.


5

I Am Richard Pryor

10 p.m. ET on PARAMOUNT

This new documentary from filmmaker Jesse James Miller both examines and celebrates the life and career of the brilliant yet troubled comic and actor who escaped poverty and achieved major success around the world. Filling in details of that life are Pryor’s widow, Jennifer, and such friends, fans and colleagues as Sandra Bernhard, Ron De Blasio, Michael Epps, Howie Mandel, Lily Tomlin, Jimmie Walker and Tiffany Haddish, among others.

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