What to Watch on Friday: ‘Craft in America’ features work from N.C. mill

05/02/2014 6:00 AM

04/30/2014 1:52 PM

Craft in America (10pm, UNC-TV) - The business of handmade crafts is examined, including a look at Oriole Mill in Hendersonville, N.C. Also featured, online craft marketplace Etsy, Gee’s Bend Quilters Collective in Alabama and Lowell’s Boat Shop in Amesbury, Mass.

Also on tonight . . .

Unforgettable (8pm, CBS) - A cybercriminal traps Eliot and the mayor in an elevator and threatens to kill them. Meanwhile, Carrie works to thwart the deadly plot.

Hart of Dixie (9pm, CW) - Wade blames Zoe for his relationship problems, so she avoids him and tries to assist George, who’s at odds with Lemon.

Grimm (9pm, NBC) - Nick and Hank introduce Trubel to her new world by taking her on a ride-along, during which they investigate the murder of a young woman.

The Writers Room (9pm, Sundance) - In this Sundance Channel series (in its second season), host Jim Rash (“Community,” “The Descendants”) sits down each week with the showrunner and writers behind some of television’s most popular series. The first two episodes of the season covered “Scandal” and “The Walking Dead.” Tonight’s episode will focus on the Netflix series “House of Cards.” Coming weeks will cover “Sons of Anarchy,” “The Good Wife” and “Pretty Little Liars.”

Hannibal (10pm, NBC) - Hannibal and Will form a bond as Will undergoes a dark transformation. Meanwhile, the team investigates a disturbing tableaux, and Margot grows concerned over her brother’s violent nature.

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