It's a big week with the return of Revolution, Doctor Who, and Game of Thrones. Also this week Orphan Black premieres, and we'll get the big finale of The Walking Dead.
Fridays just got a whole lot more crowded this week with Grimm's midseason return and Cult's sudden move to the busy night in the 9 p.m. timeslot, competing against Fox's Touch.
Here's a little Christmas present from Syfy! It's the network's 20th anniversary, so what better than a Syfy 20th Anniversary Special with a flock of Syfy stars to talk about the past, present and future of the channel. And there's a slew of midseason finales as Arrow, The Vampire Dairies and Beauty & The Beast sign off for the holidays.
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas as Christmas-themed episodes and holiday movies, including one with Summer Glau as an elf, take over the schedule. But the real Christmas present comes in getting a new Fringe this week. Meanwhile, Supernatural sinks its teeth into a vampire themed midseason finale, while Ghost Hunters signs off for its eight season.
Passions flare on The Vampire Diaries as Elena begins to embrace her vampire nature. Meanwhile, Charlie's virtue is at stake on Revolution and Cat gets an offer to exchange info on her mother's murder for Vincent.
Finally! After months of waiting, we get to take a look at what fall TV has to offer. The premieres are here. Fringe returns with a look at the future, Doctor Who says goodbye to the Ponds, and 666 Park Avenue returns Terry O'Quinn to TV in a brand new mysterious bad guy role.
Even with reruns in full swing for the holidays, there's still a few original TV goodies, including The Big Bang Theory going all Justice League on us, the search on Sanctuary for the ancient city and Robot Chicken embracing the Star Wars of it all.