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What to Watch on Friday: A trap is set in ‘Hannibal’ season finale

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Mads Mikkelsen as Hannibal Lecter in the season finale of “Hannibal” on NBC.

Hannibal (10pm, NBC) - In the Season 2 finale, the trap for Hannibal has been set – but whose side is Will really on? Hannibal prepares for his departure with Will, while Will ties up loose ends, unsure if he’ll survive the trap he’s set for Hannibal. Remember that the season began with Hannibal and Jack fighting to the death (or so it seemed)...

Also on tonight . . .

Johnny Carson: King of Late Night (9:30pm, UNC-TV) - This documentary from 2012 is one of the best “American Masters” profiles I’ve ever seen. Kevin Spacey narrates the profile of Carson, whose cool charm, quick wit and masterful timing made him the king of late-night TV during his 30-year “Tonight Show” run. Includes “Tonight Show” clips and interviews with Ed McMahon, Doc Severinsen, Mel Brooks, Angie Dickenson, Bob Newhart and others. I recall the remarks from David Letterman being among the most insightful.

Continuum (10pm, Syfy ) - Kiera’s relationships are put to the test and she’s forced to confront some uncomfortable truths while working with Dillon on an investigation.

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