'Bill Moyers Journal' on PBS is a Friday TV pick
The PBS public affairs series features actress-playwright Anna Deavere Smith, who discusses her play "Let Me Down Easy."
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'Bill Moyers Journal'
The PBS public affairs series features actress-playwright Anna Deavere Smith, who discusses her play "Let Me Down Easy," which is based on more than 300 interviews with people "facing illness and mortality." 8:59 tonight, KCTS (seattletimes.com/tvlistings).
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Also on today
"Law & Order," 8 p.m. (NBC): Assistant District Attorney Connie Rubirosa (Alana de la Garza) is caught in the crossfire between drug cartels and corrupt officials when Detectives Lupo (Jeremy Sisto) and Bernard (Anthony Anderson) search for a missing witness and the case evolves into a murder conspiracy.
"Ugly Betty," 9 p.m. (ABC): The Suarez sisters start to doubt their feelings for "nice guys" when Bobby Talercio (Adam Rodriguez) — the bad-boy high school beau of Hilda (Ana Ortiz) and the childhood crush of Betty (America Ferrera) — takes a teaching job at Justin's school.
"Invitational Only: Tim McGraw," 9 p.m. (CMT): McGraw performs hits that include "Something Like That," "My Best Friend" and "Cowboy in Me" as well as new songs from his latest album, "Southern Voice," in this concert taped before a small audience in Nashville.
"Friday Nights with Jonathan Ross," 9 p.m. (BBC America): Serena Williams talks about her behavior at the U.S. Open; Robbie Williams performs from his new album, "Reality Killed the Video Star."
"Numb3rs," 10 p.m. (CBS): After an informant in the investigation of a heroin ring ends up dead, Agent Ian Edgerton (Lou Diamond Phillips) becomes a murder suspect and takes a member of Don's team hostage.
"White Collar," 10 p.m. (USA): Peter (Tim DeKay) and Neal (Matt Bomer) go in search of artifacts that appear to have been smuggled out of Iraq by an American soldier.
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