Friday's Highlights: There's a new superhero on the loose in 'Smallville'
WARRIOR ANGEL: A young man (Carlo Marks) becomes a superhero in a new episode of "Smallville" at 8 p.m. on KTLA.
DogTown: What happened to Michael Vick's dogs after the NFL quarterback went to prison for running a dogfighting ring? The answer is in this series, set at an animal sanctuary in Utah (5 and 8 p.m. National Geographic).
Bill Moyers Journal: Choreographer Bill T. Jones reimagines a young President Abraham Lincoln through dance in this new episode (9 p.m. KCET).
Famous Crime Scene: The premiere of this series visits the scene of the murder of Tupac Shakur (9 p.m. VH1).
Numb3rs: A job protecting a high-profile political activist (David Call) turns into a manhunt as Don (Rob Morrow) and the team search for a sniper (Gary Cole) who has his sights set on their controversial charge. David Krumholtz, Navi Rawat, Judd Hirsch, Alimi Ballard and Dylan Bruno also star (10 p.m. CBS).
Now on PBS: Director Eric Metzgar discusses his documentary about the reporting of New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof (10:30 p.m. KCET).
The Graduate: A recent college grad (Dustin Hoffman) is seduced by Mrs. Robinson (Anne Bancroft), his mom's sexy friend, then he falls for Mrs. Robinson's daughter (Katharine Ross) in director Mike Nichols' 1967 comedy classic (5 p.m. TCM).
Reds: Warren Beatty won the best director Academy Award for this 1981 drama that tells the story of American Communist John Reed (Beatty), who chronicled the Russian revolution in his book "10 Days That Shook the World," and his love affair with fellow writer and activist Louise Bryant (Diane Keaton). Maureen Stapleton, Jack Nicholson and Jerzy Kosinski also star (7 p.m. TCM).
A Few Good Men: Tom Cruise, Demi Moore and Jack Nicholson star in the 1992 military courtroom drama (9 p.m. Bravo).
Exhibition basketball: Celebrity game, from Dallas. (4 p.m. ESPN); Mobile Rookie Challenge & Youth Jam (6 p.m. TNT).
College basketball: Siena at Niagara (5 p.m. ESPN2); West Virginia at Pittsburgh (6 p.m. ESPN).
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