It's a big TV week, featuring a new series premiere and two returning shows.
After a holiday drought, we've got plenty of midseason premieres and a brand-new series this week.
It's time for another fan-favorite Whedonverse star to join Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
We got even more new shows this week, but the big winner was The Following.
The late season cable premieres keep coming, and this time it's Da Vinci's Demons' turn to show off.
Last week, the Fringe finale got a loyal audience, Once Upon a Time struggled, Archer premiered strong and Syfy got a mixed bag of Monday night premieres.
After teasing us with the pilot for Touch weeks ago, the Fox series finally premieres in its regular timeslot after American Idol. (Lucky show!) We'll also say goodbye to The River and Archer.
Powerful Mondays are back in more ways than one with new shows Alcatraz and Lost Girl, and returning favorite Being Human, kicking off the week. And FX's Archer returns to the animated spy game for a third season with Burt Reynolds ... yes, that Burt Reynolds.
Doctor Who's back and he's headed to America for a big adventure, and we'll get another episode of Game of Thrones and find out whether or not it can live up to its premiere. Also, the funny Archer heads off into the sunset with its second season finale.
The CW returns with its supernatural lineup as Tyler and Caroline get busy on The Vampire Diaries, Allison Mack's back as Chloe on...