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With renewals and cancellations for new shows starting to pour in, this TV season is about to get interesting. There are a lot of exciting episodes coming up this week, so read below to see what you should be watching!
Sunday: On Revenge, roadblocks begin to get in Emily’s way, leading her to do something very uncharacteristic. Then, on The Amazing Race, the racers struggle to stay in tune with the Vienna Boys Choir. Also, a funeral causes the Springfield residents to reconsider their past decisions on The Simpsons, and Sunday night football plays on NBC.
Monday: On Castle, Castle and Alexis try to prove a man is innocent before he gets executed. Plus, on the series premiere of Mike and Molly on CBS, Molly has to make a huge decision about her career. John Noble guest stars on an all-new Sleepy Hollow, where the headless horseman is back. The live shows premiere on The Voice. Also, in late night, look for Chris Hemsworth, Artie Lange, and Jane’s Addiction on Jimmy Kimmel Live, and David Ortiz, Woody Harrelson, and The Wanted on The Late Show with David Letterman.
Tuesday: On Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Coulson and the team search down a killer who leaves his victims floating in mid-air. On Person of Interest, the team gets more than they bargained for when the machine gives out the number of a hypnotherapist. Also, Kid Cudi guest stars on Brooklyn Nine-Nine, where Jake only has 48 hours to solve his new case. Plus, contestants search through a pumpkin patch to find one of the biggest prizes ever awarded on The Biggest Loser. In late night, Alyssa Milano and Lawrence Block guest on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, and Liam Hemsworth, Jayma Mays, and The Rides featuring Stephen Stills and Kenny Wayne Sheperd on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.
Wednesday: Look for the 47th annual Country Music Awards on ABC. Also, the two tribes merge on Survivor, and the top 12 acts compete on The X Factor. Plus, Miles and his friends are trapped in Willoughby on Revolution. In late night, Natalie Portman, Chris Elliott, and James Blunt guest on The Late Show with David Letterman, and Jason Statham, Tom Green, and Emeli Sande on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.
Thursday: On Grey’s Anatomy, Meredith and Cristina’s friction starts to affect their work. Also, look out for guest stars Bob Newhart and Bill Nye on The Big Bang Theory on CBS. Plus, it’s the first live results show of the season on The X Factor, and two acts are going home. Ray Romano guest stars on Parenthood. Also, Kelly Ripa and Gary Clark, Jr. guest on The Late Show with David Letterman, and Michele Trachtenberg, No, and Matt Knudsen on Last Call with Carson Daly.
Friday: On Last Man Standing, Eve is excited to start her annual snow shoveling business, but is upset when she finds out that her neighbor beat her to it. Also, Daryl Hannah guest stars on an all new Hawaii Five-0, and the final two kids on Masterchef compete for the top prize. Plus, an age old feud makes a bloody return on Grimm. In late night, Mary Steenburgen and Becca Tobin guest on The Late Late Show with Craig Furgeson, and Natalie Portman, Taye Diggs, and Nate Bargatze on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.
Saturday: Watch some Saturday night football on ABC, or NCAA football on CBS. Also, watch an all new Saturday Night Live on NBC.