TV THIS WEEK: Star Wars: The Clone Wars finale, Arrow and more!

Now that the February sweeps are over, we'll have to deal with reruns as shows stretch their seasons so they can run until May. However, there's still plenty of originals to be had as Star Wars: The Clone Wars concludes its fifth season and Arrow brings back Deadshot. And Syfy goes a little Real Steel with the new reality series Robot Combat League.

Also this week, Bones contemplates time travel, Carlos is suspected of murder on Continuum, Aidan's clean blood supply is in danger on Being Human, Jeff enlists a tech expert in the search for his brother on Cult, alien werewolves are the subject of Face Off, zombies and Greek gods are confused on Supernatural, Ghost Hunters signs off with its winter finale, a new reality series strands people in haunted locations on Stranded, Laila tries escape White Vincent on Zero Hour, Anthony Bourdain takes on Archer in the kitchen, Jake and Amelia arrange to meet on Touch, Mary Margaret races to get Rumpelstiltskin's dagger on Once Upon a Time, and lots more zombies bite the dust on The Walking Dead.

Here's what we have to look forward to this week on sci-fi, fantasy and paranormal TV.

Monday, Feb. 25

Bones (Fox) 8 p.m. - “The Fact in the Fiction”

Time travel alert! New intern Oliver Wells (guest star Brian Klugman) challenges Brennan's belief system, opening the narrow-minded pathologist up to the possibility of things such as time travel.

Continuum (Syfy) 8 p.m. - “The Politics of Time”

When an investigative journalist is murdered, suspicion falls on Carlos.

Here's a look at upcoming episodes:

Being Human (Syfy) 9 p.m. - “One Is Silver and the Other Pagan”

Sally meets up with a friend from her past, Josh reconnects with his sister, and a sexy vampire goes after Aidan's clean blood supply.

Here's a promo:

Other Monday shows of interest:

On Animal Planet's Finding Bigfoot: Further Evidence (8 p.m.), the enhanced episode follows the team to the Sierra Nevada mountains in California in the hunt for Bigfoot in “The Sierra Spy.”

Tuesday, Feb. 26

Cult (The CW) 9 p.m. - “In the Blood”

Jeff convinces a tech expert to help him find his brother. Meanwhile, Skye's motivations are revealed.

Here's a look:

Face Off (Syfy) 9 p.m. - “Howl at the Moon”

It's double the fun for the makeup artists when they are tasked with creating werewolves from another planet.

Here's a preview:

Robot Combat League (Syfy) 10 p.m. - “Rise of the Machines”

New series! “Are you ready for robot carnage?” It looks like Syfy has finally found a show that mashes up sci-fi with wrestling. The new series pits teams eight-foot-tall robots and their human “robo-jockeys” against each other in all-out tournament battle. WWE wrestler Chris Jericho hosts the metal slaughter.

Here's a promo:

Wednesday, Feb. 27

Arrow (The CW) 8 p.m. - “Dead to Rights”

Deadshot returns! Oliver discovers that not only is Deadshot alive, he's after Tommy's daddy. If only he knew Malcolm was the Dark Archer, he might not be so quick to intervene. Meanwhile, Oliver learns the perils of dating a cop who is trying to capture his alter ego.

Here's a preview:

Supernatural (The CW) 9 p.m. - “Remember the Titans”

Sam and Dean take on a case that appears to involve a zombie. However, when their “zombie” (guest star John Reardon) is attacked by the goddess Artemis (Anna Von Hooft), things turn out to be a lot less Walking Dead than Greek god.

Here's a look:

Ghost Hunters (Syfy) 9 p.m. - “Scream Park”

Winter finale! TAPS travels to Sylvan Beach, NY to investigate paranormal reports from the new owner of an amusement park.

Here's a promo:

Stranded (Syfy) 9 p.m. - “Star Island”

New series! Real people are dropped at a notoriously haunted location for five days and tasked with filming their experiences. First up: a Philadelphia woman, her ex-boyfriend and a friend investigate the Oceanic Hotel on Star Island in New Hampshire.

Here's an explanation of the show by executive producer Josh Gates:

Other Wednesday shows of interest:

On ABC's The Neighbors (8:30 p.m.), the Weavers and the Bird-Kersees take a camping trip, which proves a challenge for Marty in “Camping.” And on the channel's Dark Matters: Extra Twisted (10 p.m.), deeper insight and new information is revealed on science's most unethical stories, including a story about the Stanford prison experiment.

Thursday, Feb. 28

Zero Hour (ABC) 8 p.m. - “Pendulum”

Laila tries to get a clue to Hank regarding her location while working on the next clock for White Vincent. Elsewhere, Hank, Arron and Rachel follow a tip from the FBI, which seems to link a famous person in history to the next clock. And Hank discovers his parents may have some information about what's going on.

Here's a preview:

Archer (FX) 10 p.m. - “Live and Let Dine”

Anthony Bourdain's voice alert! The famous chef voices a celebrity chef character named Lance Casteau, who takes on Archer, Lana and Cyril when they go undercover in his kitchen.

Here's a look:

Other Thursday shows of interest:

On AMC's Comic Book Men (9 p.m.), Walt tries to get his hands on an original Asteroids arcade cabinet in “Stash-teroids.”

Friday, March 1

Touch (Fox) 9 p.m. - “Eye to Eye”

Jake contacts Amelia so they can meet, and they both manage to slip away, which launches the panicked Martin and Lucy on a search for their children. Meanwhile, in Mexico, Guillermo continues to show why he's one scary dude.

Here's a promo:

Other Friday shows of interest:

On the Travel Channel's Ghost Adventures (9 p.m.), the team investigates the Market Street Cinema strip club in San Francisco.

Saturday, March 2

Star Wars: The Clone Wars (Cartoon) 9:30 a.m. - “The Wrong Jedi”

Season-five finale! The last episode in the Ahsoka Arc also concludes the season. In the finale, Ahsoka stands trial in the High Courts while Anakin tries to uncover the truth and save her.

Here's a look:

Other Saturday shows of interest:

On the Cartoon Network there are new episodes of Ben 10: Omniverse (9 a.m.), Green Lantern: The Animated Series (10 a.m.) and Young Justice: Invasion (10:30 a.m.). And on Bio's My Ghost Story: Caught on Camera (10 p.m.), paranormal activity is suspected at a pub where the movie Casablanca was filmed.

Sunday, March 3

Once Upon a Time (ABC) 8 p.m. - “The Queen is Dead”

Mary Margaret races to find Rumpelstiltskin's dagger before Cora and Regina can. Meanwhile, Hook plots to get rid of a crocodile. And in the fairy-tale land, Snow White tries to save her dying mother with a magic spell.

Here's a promo:

The Walking Dead (AMC) 9 p.m. - “Clear”

Rick goes on the road with Carl, and Michonne and runs into trouble.

Talking Dead follows the episode, with Chris Hardwick leading the discussion about “Clear”.

Here's a preview of “Clear”:

Other Sunday shows of interest:

On Animal Planet's Finding Bigfoot (10 p.m.), the team heads to Pennsylvania to check out film teens took while riding go-carts in “Bigfoot and the Redhead."

What are you going to watch?