We are family

In the wake of the runaway success of “Crazy Rich Asians,” the long-running “Fresh Off the Boat” could have easily been re-imagined as “The Constance Wu Show.” The 100th episode still spotlights the breakout star, but the sitcom remains a family affair with the entire cast getting a chance to weigh in on Eddie’s (Hudson Yang) solo adventures in Taiwan.

7 p.m. Friday, KSTP, Ch. 5

One more for the road

“Crazy Ex-Girlfriend,” the grown-up version of “Glee,” wraps up its critically acclaimed run with a final episode followed by a concert special with cast members revisiting some of the show’s most beloved — and warped — numbers. It’s a fitting way to say goodbye. The soap may have ran out of suds a couple of years ago, but the songs were always clever and catchy.

7 p.m. Friday, WUCW, Ch. 23

Class clown

The second season of “Wyatt Cenac’s Problem Areas” will be dedicated to exploring education, giving its host a chance to exchange in brainy, witty dialogue with teachers and students across America. Unfortunately, Cenac can’t relinquish the title of class clown. He wastes too much time on goofy voices and sight gags, the equivalent of shooting spitballs during a riveting social studies lecture.

10 p.m. Friday, HBO

Spies like us

“Killing Eve” may have lost its original head writer, Phoebe Waller-Bridge, but early episodes from the second season indicate that the series isn’t close to giving up the title of TV’s most compelling thriller. Stars Sandra Oh and Jodie Comer preview the new season and offer their thoughts on the role their show played in changing the TV landscape in Sunday’s Variety section.

7 p.m. Sunday, BBC America and AMC

Neal Justin