This Week's TV: The Japanese Adventure Time Episode You Must Watch!

Guest director Masaaki Yuasa takes over Adventure Time to teach us about Ooo's food chain, and it promises to be delightfully weird. Plus, Superjail! returns, Believe says good-bye, and In the Flesh ends another season of zombie heartbreak. See all the details below!

Tonight

Beauty and the Beast (9 PM, The CW)

When Vincent (Jay Ryan) becomes the subject of a city-wide manhunt, he and Cat (Kristin Kreuk) try to stay below the radar. They find a surprising ally when the FBI approaches them about helping on an important case.

Tuesday

The Wil Wheaton Project (10 PM, Syfy)

While we're waiting for the next episode, Wil Wheaton recommends this Game of Thrones keytar cover:

Wednesday

The 100 (9 PM, The CW)

The 100 may be in for a lot of company in the first season finale:

Clarke (Eliza Taylor) pleads with Bellamy (Bob Morley) to do the right thing as conflict on the ground comes to a head. Bellamy forces Octavia (Marie Avgeropoulos) to make a difficult decision. Raven (guest star Lindsey Morgan) and Jasper (Devon Bostick) work against time and Finn (Thomas McDonell) makes a bold move. Meanwhile, the situation on the Ark comes to a stunning conclusion.

Thursday

Teen Titans Go! (6 PM, Cartoon Network)

After Starfire is setup by Blackfire and sent to prison, the Titans work to make Blackfire a better sister while Starfire plots her revenge.

Adventure Time (7 PM, Cartoon Network)

Anime director Masaaki Yuasa directs this week's particularly trippy journey to the land of Ooo:

On a field trip to the Candy Kingdom Museum of Natural History, Finn and Jake learn about the food chain by becoming the food chain!

Friday

Continuum (10 PM, Syfy)

Kiera and John Doe confront the harsh realities of their relationship origins while both are put in danger by Liber8.

Saturday

Orphan Black (9 PM, BBC America)

We're very worried about Cosima, but we're also itching to find out what's going on with [redacted] and the Proletheans.

Cosima takes a turn for the worst, forcing Sarah to take desperate action-with tragic consequences for those she loves. The Proletheans set their ultimate plan into motion. Alison and Donnie tangle with the law.


In the Flesh (11 PM, BBC America)

In the season finale, we may finally learn whether the second rising is real, or just an invention of the Undead Prophet.

The season climax takes place against the backdrop of Roarton's annual winter fete.

Danger is descending on Kieren. Simon believes he's the key to a Second Rising and HVF member, Gary believes Kieren is planning an attack on the town.

Determined to publicly out him as a ULA terrorist, Gary pushes things too far and leaves Kieren's sister Jem, with an impossible decision.

Meanwhile, MP Maxine's deepest secret is revealed when she has a public meltdown at the fete. The villagers finally see her for what she really is, but not before tragedy touches Roarton.

Sunday

Believe (9 PM, NBC)

Will Believe manage to end its brief run on a high note?

When an enraged Dani (guest star Mia Vallet) concentrates her powers on the destruction of Orchestra and Bo (Johnny Sequoyah), Skouras (Kyle MacLachlan) turns to Winter (Delroy Lindo) and Channing (Jamie Chung) for help. Bo and Tate's (Jake McLaughlin) attempt to start fresh on their own is short-lived when Bo has intense visions of Dani, and pulls them back into danger.

Game of Thrones (9 PM, HBO)

The Night's Watch is in trouble, but things are about to change for the Watchers on the Wall. Will it mean their salvation or their doom?

An unexpected arrival north of the Wall changes circumstances. Dany (Emilia Clarke) is forced to face harsh realities. Bran (Isaac Hempstead Wright) learns more of his destiny. Tyrion sees the truth of his situation.

Penny Dreadful (10 PM, Showtime)

Vanessa's latest vision leads Sir Malcolm, Ethan and Sembene on a search.

Salem (10 PM, WGN)

Mary finds it difficult to get George back under her control; at the same time, Mercy's power is growing and she isn't afraid to use it.

Robot Chicken (11:30, Adult Swim)

Santa Claus' shows he has slightly racist tendencies. The Bratz have fun in Summer.

Superjail! (11:45, Adult Swim)

In the season premiere, Superjail becomes hell on Earth.