It's Thanksgiving week, so that means there won't be a lot of TV sci-fi originals, but you'll still be able to catch some significant viewing as things heat up on Once Upon a Time and the soon to exit 666 Park Avenue.
There's not a whole lot to be excited about except Doctor Who's got dinosaurs on a spaceship, which should keep the week interesting. And there's a new Labor Day episode of Grimm that offers a little "Monroe-mance." We'll also get the midseason return of Ghost Hunters sans Grant.
Grant Wilson's last investigation with Ghost Hunters can be seen on Syfy tonight at 9 p.m., but over the eight years since he co-founded TAPS he's had some of the most chilling, funny, riveting, startling and down right spooky moments on TV.
Did you catch last night's episode of Ghost Hunters? If so, you learned the news that made the spirits go boohoo instead of just "Boo!"— because Grant Wilson announced that after eight seasons of paranormal investigating on Syfy's reality series, he was moving on.
We hadn't seen anything like it before on Syfy's Ghost Hunters. In the middle of investigating "Pearl Harbor Phantoms" at the Pacific Aviation Museum at Pearl Harbor last June, lead investigators Jason Hawes and Grant Wilson got called away by an urgent request to help a desperate family.
Syfy imagined greater today by announcing 14 new series and events, special Christmas episodes of Eureka, Warehouse 13, Haven and Ghost Hunters PLUS an array of sci-fi, fantasy, paranormal, action/adventure, and superhero social games that will launch on Facebook.