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What to Watch on Friday: Carol Burnett is back with new Netflix series

Carol Burnett, left, and Wanda Sykes in the Netflix series "A Little Help with Carol Burnett."
Carol Burnett, left, and Wanda Sykes in the Netflix series "A Little Help with Carol Burnett." Netflix

A Little Help with Carol Burnett (Netflix) — Carol Burnett is back in a new limited series in which she gets a group of 5-9 year-old kids to give advice to celebrity guests (such as Wanda Sykes) who appear on the show with some kind of dilemma.

MacGyver (8 p.m., CBS) - MacGyver gets a shocking surprise when he tries to tell Matty he’s quitting the Phoenix Foundation in the Season 2 finale. This is coming back for a third season.

Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives (9 p.m., Food) — Guy Fieri’s fourth Wilmington episode features breakfast-brunch spot, Fork n Cork, known (says Food network) for “getting dirty with their biscuits and living large with their meatloaf.” According to the Wilmngton Star News, Fieri samples the duck wings and bite-size beef Wellington.

Dateline (9 p.m., NBC) — Dennis Murphy reports on the 2014 murder of Fayetteville's Danielle Locklear. In the two-hour broadcast, Murphy speaks with those closest to 15-year-old Danielle and the case, including her mother, and detectives Adam Brinkley and Josh Hamilton.

Stephanie J. Block in Concert (9 p.m., PBS / UNC-TV) — A night of cabaret with Broadway actress and singer Stephanie J. Block.

20/20: Golden State Killer (10 p.m., ABC) — The news magazine reports on Joseph Deangelo, the suspected Golden State Killer and former police officer who was arrested last week. The program deals specifically with the DNA evidence from a genealogy research website that was used to catch him.

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