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What to Watch on Friday: UNC activists on HBO’s ‘Bill Maher’

UNC-Chapel Hill student Andrea Pino, foreground, speaks during a campus press conference in January 2013.
UNC-Chapel Hill student Andrea Pino, foreground, speaks during a campus press conference in January 2013. tlong@newsobserver.com

Real Time with Bill Maher (10 p.m., HBO) Annie Clark and Andrea Pino, co-founders of EROC (End Rape on Campus) are guests tonight. Both women attended UNC-Chapel Hill and, along with other UNC students, were complainants in the 2013 Title IX and Clery Act complaints against the school. Their activism began after they were both sexually assaulted while students at UNC, and said the university didn’t take their complaints seriously.

Also on tonight . . .

ACC Tournament (7 p.m. WRAL, ESPN/ESPN2) – The semifinal round starts at 7 with a second game immediately following.

Cristela (8:30 p.m., ABC) – Cristela’s loyalty is tested, and Trent attempts to clear his name.

Glee (9 p.m., Fox) – New Directions and the Warblers compete at sectionals, while Rachel must decide whether to return to NYADA or take a role on Broadway with her former boyfriend, Jesse St. James.

12 Monkeys (9 p.m., Syfy) – Cole finds himself in the year 2017 at the height of the plague, while Jones faces an impossible choice to replace the Core.

Exporting Raymond (10 p.m., TV Land) – The 2010 documentary tracing “Everybody Loves Raymond” creator Phil Rosenthal’s efforts to adapt that sitcom for Russian audiences. Rosenthal travels to Moscow and serves as advisor for the production, but discovers that much is lost in translation.

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