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This week in television should be a good one. Look below to see the highlights of what you can expect from your favorite prime-time and late-night shows.
On Sunday, ABC’s Once Upon a Time will continue the gang’s trek into Neverland, as Captain Hook helps Emma track down Tinker Bell. On The Amazing Race, the racers travel to Lisbon, Portugal, where one team takes a risk that may cost them the game.
On Monday, Robin runs into drama with Barney’s mother, Loretta, and his brother, James (guest star Wayne Brady), on an all new How I Met Your Mother on CBS, while the battle rounds begin on The Voice on NBC. Also, Ray Romano and James Franco are guests on The Late Show with David Letterman on CBS, while Ben Affleck, Mindy Kaling, and the Pixies are guests on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon on NBC.
On Tuesday, Dean Winters guest stars as a tough detective known as "the Vulture" on Brooklyn Nine Nine on Fox. Right after that, Jon Lovitz guest stars on an all new New Girl, in which Nick inherits some money from his late father. In late night, Sylvester Stallone and Anna Faris will join David Letterman on CBS, while Robin Williams, Mark Cuban, and Gavin DeGraw will stop by The Tonight Show with Jay Leno on NBC.
Wednesday night should be extra fun, with ABC releasing a new cartoon Halloween short featuring the characters from the Toy Story films. Also, on Survivor, one castaway gives up their life in the game for their loved one on Redemption Island, while Sergeant Munch retires on Law and Order: SVU. Late Night with Jimmy Fallon will feature guests Steve Harvey, Kanye West, and the cast of Duck Dynasty.
On Thursday, NBC’s comedy block dominates the night. Tatiana Maslany will guest star on an all new Parks and Recreation, followed by Eva Longoria on Welcome to the Family. Anne Heche will also stop by The Michael J. Fox Show.
Friday night will bring Rebecca de Mornay as a runaway bride on Hawaii Five-0 on CBS, as well as a new competition on Masterchef: Junior in which the kids have to create dishes using less than appetizing ingredients. Vince Vaughn, Olivia Munn, and Vintage Trouble will stop by The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, while Scarlett Johansson and Drake guest on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.