What’s On TV Tonight? – ‘Change and Challenge: The Inauguration of Donald Trump’ on Friday

If you missed the Inauguration, primetime TV will have you covered with analysis as Donald J. Trump becomes the 45th President of the United States. But what else is on TV tonight? Here are the TV listings for Friday 01/20/2017:

8:00 PM ET

NICK’S PICK: Change and Challenge: The Inauguration of Donald Trump – Interviews with the men and women of the Trump administration and analysis from around the country focus on key issues facing Trump as he becomes commander in chief. (ABC)

Grimm (“Oh Captain My Captain”) – Nick devises a plan that will take Capt. Renard out of his element; Adalind and Monroe attempt to keep the plan on track; Eve and Rosalee race to get the spell ready in time. (NBC)

Last Man Standing (“A House Divided”) – Mike and Vanessa ask newlyweds Mandy and Kyle to tone down their open displays of affection; Kristen gets Eve a chance to play at the Grill, but Ed wants to fire her after a less than thrilling performance. (ABC)

Rosewood (“Asphyxiation & Aces”) – Rosewood and Villa unravel an illusory case when an escape artist is found dead in a wooden trunk; Hornstock’s time with the East Miami PD may be coming to an end; Rosewood gets to know Adrian to see if he’s the right guy for Villa. (FOX)

The Vampire Diaries (“The Simple Intimacy of the Near Touch”) – Sybil asks Stefan and Damon to return to Mystic Falls while she continues her search for the historical artifact; back from Paris, Bonnie wears a vile of Enzo’s blood; at the Miss Mystic Falls pageant, Sybil taunts Damon with memories of Elena. (The CW)

8:30 PM ET

Dr. Ken (“A Day in the Life”) – Ken gets his moment in the spotlight when a documentary producer shadows him at Welltopia to record a typical day at an HMO, but the day’s humdrum events lead Ken to question his career choice. (ABC)

9:00 PM ET

Hawaii Five-0 (“Ka Laina Ma Ke One”) – The team faces a contentious U.S. Marshall after a murder suspect escapes capture and looks for asylum in the sovereign land that belongs to the Nation of Hawaii. (CBS)

Emerald City (“Science and Magic”) – Dorothy and Lucas encounter a mysterious young girl who has lost her way; Tip is caught between two powerful forces; the wizard exacts his authority over a village’s citizens; a unique woman leads Jack down a new path. (NBC)

Sleepy Hollow (“Heads of State”) – One of Crane’s greatest foes threatens the safety of Washington’s highest officials, causing the team to act quickly to find a solution; Jake’s knowledge of the tunnels becomes a key piece of the puzzle as the team discovers a secret. (FOX)

Crazy Ex-Girlfriend (“Josh Is the Man of My Dreams, Right?”) – The residents of West Covina examine their relationships and priorities; while Rebecca and Nathaniel become better acquainted, Paula and Darryl face a continuing dilemma in their friendship. (The CW)

Alicia Keys — Landmarks Live in Concert: A Great Performances Special – Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter Alicia Keys performs in various locations around New York, including the Circle Line harbor tour, the Unisphere in Queens and Harlem’s Apollo Theater. (PBS)

Puppy Bowl: Where Are They Now – Find out what your favorite K-9 contenders from over a decade of competition have been up to since their football fame. (Animal Planet)

Gold Rush (“Parker vs. Rick”) – Rick outperforms Parker on his new Indian River claim; Tony’s dredge suffers a catastrophic failure, threatening his season; Todd Hoffman’s skeleton crew finally sees good gold at their new mine in Colorado. (Discovery)

Bring It! (“Dianna Said Knock You Out!”) – The Dancing Dolls perform a boxing-themed routine against unknown rivals Black Ice; Selena goes for her first ride along to become a bounty hunter; Kayla trains Camryn, Crystianna and Makyla for their first Captain’s Battle. (Lifetime)

Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars (“Bust a Move”) – Sexy spouse swap forces couples to dance outside of their relationships; Renee’s injury sparks tension; Joe gets down and flirty with Amy; one spouse makes a shocking confession involving their wondering eye. (WE TV)

10:00 PM ET

20/20 (“The Inauguration of Donald J. Trump”) – The inauguration ceremony for Donald J. Trump. (ABC)

Blue Bloods (“The One That Got Away”) – Frank intervenes when diplomatic immunity complicates a child abuse case; a robbery takes place while Eddie and Jamie are on a double date, and they are forced to take action. (CBS)

Dateline NBC – Investigative journalism. (NBC)

Real Time With Bill Maher [LIVE SEASON PREMIERE] – The roundtable political show return for its 15th season. (HBO)

The Rap Game (“Like a Boss”) – Rick Ross joins Jermaine Dupri as he challenges the rappers to write about their work ethic; two rappers butt heads; one manager becomes suspicious. (Lifetime)

11:00 PM ET

E! News – Entertainment news. (E!)


The Daily Show With Trevor Noah airs “The Trump Inauguration 2016: The Celebrity Appresident” with Political analyst Joy Reid. (11:35 PM, Comedy Central)

The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon is joined by Actor James Spader; actress JoAnna Garcia Swisher; museum director Kevin Delaney. (11:35 PM, NBC)

Jimmy Kimmel Live welcomes Ruby Rose. (11:35 PM, ABC)

What's On TV Tonight? - 'Change and Challenge: The Inauguration of Donald Trump' on Friday

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