Love game

The fact that Steven Soderbergh is an executive producer on "Red Oaks" might lead you to believe that this new streaming series is about ecological terrorists bent on destroying the Earth's forests. Not so. Instead, we get a nostalgic, sweet, '80s-style coming-of-age comedy that could easily be set in the same resort as "Caddyshack." Craig Roberts plays the Benjamin Braddock-inspired tennis pro who believes his future consists of more than plastics. Now streaming on

He stands accused

Bill Cosby's reputation continues to melt away faster than a Pudding Pop in the Sahara Desert. On "Dateline NBC," 27 accusers share their personal recollections at the same time in the same place. 8 p.m. Friday, KARE, Ch. 11

I want you back

"Unity — The Latin Tribute to Michael Jackson" shows that no walls can hold back love for certain kinds of music. Sheila E. hosts a star-studded salute with 10 classics performed by Jon Secada, Angel Lopez and others. 8 p.m. Friday, TPT, Ch. 2

Monster mash

Eden Prairie-based Committee Films may not be a major Hollywood player, but it's carved out a nice niche in the world of low-budget, re-creation series that cable TV loads up on. "True Monsters" explores myths that range from a fairy-tale villain that may have inspired a serial killer during the Chicago World's Fair to cannibalism in 16th-century Scotland. 9 p.m. Friday, History Channel

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