The Powerpuff Girls returns tonight for a single episode, but will you still love the ladies when they're 3D? Also, we bid a sad (but temporary) farewell to Sleepy Hollow—and you can catch a few peeks at tonight's season finale. See what else ahead this week for Being Human, Supernatural, Arrow, Helix, the Dracula season finale, and more!
Adventure Time (7 PM, Cartoon Network)
Finn tries to replace his broken sword with a blade made from grass, but discovers that his new sword is cursed. What the math?
The Powerpuff Girls (7:30 PM, Cartoon Network)
The Powerpuff Girls returns for the half-hour computer animated special episode "Dance Pantsed," featuring Ringo Starr as Townsville's most flamboyant mathematician. We're excited to see Mojo Jojo again:
In Dance Pantsed, why is Mojo Jojo kidnapping a mathematician, an opera singer and a badger? To steal Chemical X, of course, and to finally take over Townsville. But when the Powerpuff Girls thwart his plan, he invents an evil video game called "Dance Pants R-EVILution" to control their minds and bodies to fulfill his evil plot! The Professor must visit his dark dancing past to save his girls so they can save all of Townsville!
Lost Girl (8 PM, Syfy)
Mia Kirshner guest stars in this week's episode, in which Dyson and Hale seek out an elemental Fae to find Bo. Meanwhile, Kenzi is left babysitting—but her charge could be the key to everything.
Sleepy Hollow (8 PM, Fox)
There's no Almost Human this week since it is time for Sleepy Hollow's first season finale (sniff). In the two-hour finale, our supernatural sleuths will uncover the truth about George Washington's demise:
Ichabod and Abbie discover a dark secret buried within the pages of George Washington's Bible and unearth the shocking true nature of the founding father's death. Meanwhile, Capt. Irving makes a near-impossible decision for the sake of his beloved family that drastically changes his future. Then, the battle between good and evil comes to an explosive head. Sacrifices must be made, worlds collide, loyalties are tested and the town of SLEEPY HOLLOW will never be the same.
Steven Universe (8 PM, Cartoon Network)
Contrary to previous reports, it's this week that we'll see Steven and Amethyst join an underground wrestling league.
Beauty and the Beast (9 PM, The CW)
Vincent comes out of the beastly closet:
Vincent (Jay Ryan) goes on a national talk show to reveal he is still alive, while Cat (Kristin Kreuk) dives into an undercover case for FBI Agent Dana Landon (guest start Elisabeth Röhm). Vincent, determined to learn more about his beastly origins, ends up coming face-to-face with Cat in the middle of a heist, which forces them to work together.
Being Human (9 PM, Syfy)
What's Werewolf Monday without an episode titled "That Time of the Month"? Sally has new powers that might be able to bring Josh back, and Aidan gets a game-changing blast from the past.
Archer (10 PM, FX)
What are Archer, Pam, and Lana up to now that ISIS has been dissolved? A fondue party in Miami, naturally. Oh, and dealing drugs.
Bitten (10 PM, Syfy)
As Elena and Clay track down a werewolf killer, a secret from Elena's past is revealed.
Intelligence (10 PM, CBS)
Mei Chen is back, alive and with an even more powerful chip in her head than Gabriel's.
Teen Wolf (10 PM, MTV)
This week, Scott and his friends try to thwart a convicted murderer who escapes just before a surgery by protecting his next target.
Rick and Morty (10:30 PM, Cartoon Network)
Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland's alcoholic scientist Rick and his grandson Morty are up to more ridiculous hijinks in "Meeseeks and Destroy."
The Originals (8 PM, The CW)
It's a good thing The Originals is fantasy, because it makes a visit to New Orleans sound rather unappealing:
When Davina (Danielle Campbell) becomes violently ill and the repercussions soon begin to affect the entire French Quarter, Marcel (Charles Michael Davis), Klaus (Joseph Morgan), Elijah (Daniel Gillies) and Rebekah (Claire Holt) rush to find out what is going on. Sophie (Daniella Pineda) approaches the others with some startling information about the Harvest Festival and presents a drastic plan to save Davina. Elsewhere, Hayley (Phoebe Tonkin) is racked with guilt as she comes clean to Elijah about her role in Sophie's plan. Last, a sequence of unforeseen events sends shockwaves through the French Quarter.
Supernatural (9 PM, The CW)
In a Biblical mythology-heavy show about two brothers, it was only a matter of time before Cain and/or Abel showed up:
Looking to reclaim his place as King of Hell, Crowley (Mark Sheppard) asks Dean (Jensen Ackles) for help finding "The First Blade," the only blade that can kill Abbadon (guest star Alaina Huffman). Knowing he owes Crowley a favor for helping Sam (Jared Padalecki), and also wanting Abaddon dead himself, Dean reluctantly agrees and the two set off on a road trip. However, Dean and Crowley are completely unprepared when they find out who has the blade - Cain (guest star Omundson), the first son. Meanwhile, Sam is back at the bunker with Castiel (Misha Collins) who notices there is some leftover grace inside Sam. If they can extract it, they can use the grace to track Gadreel. The only problem is the procedure may do permanent damage to Sam.
Teen Titans Go! (7:30 PM, Cartoon Network)
Starfire convinces her teammates to use compassion rather than violence in combatting their foes. I imagine this will prove wildly successful.
Arrow (8 PM, The CW)
Things are not looking good for Laurel this week:
Oliver (Stephen Amell) is conflicted after Laurel (Katie Cassidy) reaches out to the Arrow asking him to investigate Sebastian Blood (guest star Kevin Alejandro). Oliver is unsure whether to believe her accusations against the man he has publically supported for mayor, but decides to trust Laurel. However, when the pair gets too close to the truth, Sebastian exposes Laurel's drug addiction and has her arrested. Meanwhile, Roy (Colton Haynes) reveals his new super-strength to Sin (guest star Bex Taylor-Klaus) who wants to test out his abilities. Unfortunately, Roy isn't able to contain his rage once unleashed and almost kills a man. Back on the island, Oliver is surprised when Sarah (guest star Caity Lotz) reveals a secret about Laurel.
Dragons: Riders of Berk (8 PM, Cartoon Network)
Even non-flying dragons can be pests:
Hiccup and Toothless return from a mission to find Berk mysteriously empty. They discover that the village has been overrun by Speed Stingers, a venomous non-flying dragon that has trekked across the frozen sea to Berk.
Revolution (8 PM, NBC)
The interpersonal drama on this post-cataclysmic show continues—does that mean the daddy issues will, too?
When Gene (Stephen Collins) decides to assist the town of Willoughby, Rachel (Elizabeth Mitchell) and Charlie (Tracy Spiridakos) feel compelled to help too as Miles (Billy Burke) and Monroe (David Lyons) continue to join forces in order to survive.
Nova (9 PM, PBS)
This week's episode focuses on Typhoon Haiyan and explores why the monster typhoon was so destructive.
The Tomorrow People (9 PM, The CW)
After going through an election among the Tomorrow people, Stephen's latest trial comes from Ultra:
Stephen (Robbie Amell) and his fellow Ultra trainees are given a test by Jedikiah (Mark Pellegrino) to see who is worthy of becoming an Ultra agent, but not everyone is happy to work as a team. Cara (Peyton List) is faced with a mysterious visitor from her past. Russell (Aaron Yoo) is sent on a dangerous recon mission that could force a clash between Tomorrow People groups. Meanwhile, John (Luke Mitchell) works with a new break-out.
American Horror Story: Coven (10 PM, FX)
It sounds like we'll be seeing some new witchy powers:
Cordelia's latest vision puts the Coven's future in question. With the end of Fiona's reign approaching, the girls manifest powerful new gifts. Queenie's search for Marie Laveau leads her to Hell and back.
Community (8 PM, NBC)
Judging from the title "Geothermal Escapism," it sounds like something literally explosive might be happening at Greendale:
As Troy (Donald Glover) prepares to leave Greendale, Abed (Danny Pudi) organizes an epic going away activity befitting his best friend's departure. What starts out as a fun little game grows into a heated, high-stakes competition destined to make history at Greendale.
The Vampire Diaries (8 PM, The CW)
The bloodsuckers and friends return for their 100th episode:
As she faces a new crisis, Katherine (Nina Dobrev) remembers the traumatic night in 1490 when she gave birth to the daughter who was immediately taken from her. Stefan (Paul Wesley) lets Elena, Caroline (Candice Accola) and Bonnie (Kat Graham) know that Katherine's health has taken a turn for the worse, while Damon (Ian Somerhalder) Matt (Zach Roerig) and Jeremy (Steven R. McQueen) discuss some of Katherine's most notorious moments. Nadia (guest star Olga Fonda) comes up with a frightening plan to protect her mother, and Stefan and Elena are forced to help her. Meanwhile, Caroline is mortified when she realizes she forgot to fill Elena in on the latest shocking gossip, then indulges in a little scandalous behavior of her own. Finally, Elena and Katherine share an unexpected moment of connection.
Grimm (9 PM, NBC)
There are some hair-raising crimes happening in fairytale Portland:
Nick (David Giuntoli) and Hank (Russell Hornsby) investigate a cop killer who scalps his victims. Meanwhile, Juliette (Bitsie Tulloch) begins to communicate with Nick's mom via email and Adalind (Claire Coffee) finds herself much closer to delivering her baby than she previously thought. Elsewhere, Monroe's (Silas Weir Mitchell) parents (guest stars Dee Wallace and Chris Mulkey) decide to surprise him and Rosalee (Bree Turner) with an early arrival to Portland after learning some exciting news.
Helix (10 PM, Syfy)
In "Single Strand," Alan works to save Peter's life while Julia finds a new ally. Jordan and Doreen each make their own dark discoveries. Watch the first five minutes of the episode above.
Dracula (10 PM, NBC)
It's almost time for Business Dracula to step into his coffin until next season (Edit: If there happens to be a next season). But before that, the season finale:
A public demonstration of Grayson's technology moves forward with catastrophic consequences. Lucy joins the ranks of the undead, Van Helsing exacts a terrible revenge upon Mr. Browning and Lady Jane and her huntsmen attempt to eradicate London of all vampires, culminating with a confrontation and battle-royal between her and Grayson. Finally, Mina discovers the secret of Grayson's obsessive love.
My Little Pony Friendship is Magic (10:30 AM, The Hub)
John de Lancie is back with another dose of Discord:
As Twilight Sparkle eagerly anticipates the arrival of Princess Cadance, Discord dishes up quite the dreadful disruption when he arrives and begs the ponies to take care of him while he is sick. But when Discord's diva like demands get ridiculously out of hand, Twilight's generosity and friendship skills are put to the test during her special weekend.
Mythbusters (8 PM, Discovery)
This week, the team is investigating tales of car chase chaos and animal antics.
Atlantis (9 PM, BBC America)
This week's mythological mashup brings us to Daedalus, the builder of the Labyrinth and those not-so-reliable wings for human flight:
After the tragic events surrounding Medusa's disappearance, the boys pay a visit to the inventor Daedalus, whose genius offers hope of a cure. But, unwilling to wait for answers, Hercules acts on information from the unscrupulous Crios and sets off in search of his lost love. His decision soon sees the boys literally running for their lives as they become the prey in a brutal manhunt. With hopes of an escape fading fast, their courage is tested to its limit, until a lifeline comes from an unexpected source.
Space Dandy (11:30 PM, Cartoon Network)
At least now Meow will like girls (and other folks) for their brains:
After being bitten by an alien, Meow becomes a mind-munching zombie, eventually going after the rest of the members aboard the Aloha Oe.
Take a break from all those genre TV shows; you've earned it.