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What to Watch on Friday: ‘20/20’ special report on death of Prince

The Prince of infectious pop

Prince sold more than 100 million records, won seven Grammys and was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2004. Here’s a look at the lengthy career of the ambitious musician, who died at 57.
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Prince sold more than 100 million records, won seven Grammys and was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2004. Here’s a look at the lengthy career of the ambitious musician, who died at 57.

Prince: Death of a Legend (10 p.m., ABC) – ABC News program “20/20” reports on the life and untimely death of Prince, who died on Thursday. Anchored by Elizabeth Vargas with Dan Harris reporting from Prince’s home in Minneapolis. Chris Connelly reports from Los Angeles and Deborah Roberts from New York. In other special Prince programming, VH1 plans to show repeated airings of the film “Purple Rain” throughout the weekend, along with Prince’s music videos.

Also on tonight . . .

Patton Oswald: Talking for Clapping (Netflix) – The film version of Oswald’s Comedians of Comedy tour is available for streaming today.

Last Man Standing (8 p.m., ABC) – In the Season 5 finale, Ed plans a surprise dinner for Mike’s 25 years at The Outdoor Man. A sixth season looks like a good bet.

Dr. Ken (8:30 p.m., ABC) – A visit from an old college friend (Doug Ross) who is a stand-up comic inspires Ken to try comedy in the Season 1 finale. This is likely to get renewed.

Grimm (9 p.m., NBC) – The discovery of a dead man’s body that doesn’t have any bones leads Nick and Hank to a gruesome family engagement.

Hawaii Five-0 (9 p.m., CBS) – When a deliberate chemical spill enables six dangerous inmates to escape, the team goes on an intensive manhunt to find them.

Ghost Brothers (10 p.m., Destination America) – A love triangle and a jilted woman’s suicide that took place in a house in 1949 are the source of apparitions at the Allen House in Monticello, Arkansas.

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