FRIDAY, MAY 9
Doctor Who (Sci Fi Channel, 9 p.m. ET) (Pictured)
Remember the Ood, the largely low-key, subservient alien race of humanoids with squid-like faces first seen a few seasons back? They return in this episode, with dramatically different temperaments, in a tale that finds The Doctor and Donna visiting the Ood Sphere. David Tennant and Catherine Tate star.
30 Days of Night: Blood Trials (Hulu.com)
Here’s an interesting offering on Hulu: A seven-part Web miniseries that is a prequel to last year’s violent vampire flick 30 Days of Night. It takes place two days before the events in the movie and centers on a young addict who makes his living acquiring undercover information for a New Orleans vampire hunter. You can also find this on the totally creepy Web site FEARnet.com.
Can You Duet (CMT, 8 p.m. ET)
By the end of this episode only eight duos will remain. Rossi Morreale is the host. Naomi Judd, vocal coach Brett Manning and songwriter Aimee Mayo are the judges.
Moonlight (CBS, 9 p.m. ET)
The grandson of Mick’s World War II buddy is kidnapped, forcing Mick to face disturbing secrets from his past. Alex O’Loughlin and Sophia Myles star. Eric Winter returns as ADA Benjamin Talbot.
CMT Crossroads: Maroon 5 and Sara Evans (CMT, 9 p.m. ET)
Premiere. Grammy-winning pop band Maroon 5 and 2006 Academy of Country Music Female Vocalist of the Year Sara Evans perform several of Evans’ hits, including I Could Not Ask for More and Some Things Never Change, and Maroon 5’s This Love, She Will Be Loved and Won’t Go Home Without You. They also pay homage to Don Henley with a rendition of Leather and Lace. Taped before an invitation-only audience in Nashville.
Battlestar Galactica (Sci Fi Channel, 10 p.m. ET)
Struggling with the recurrence of her cancer, President Roslin tries to accept the realities of the new relationship between the humans and the Cylons. Aggressive viper pilot Kara Thrace is similarly trying to come to terms with the new dynamic.