What television has to offer this week: the U.S. debut of time-traveling soap opera Being Erica. The return of Supernatural, Archer and Smallville. Tiffany and Debbie Gibson have a pie-fight, and still somehow cope with a Mega-Python and a Gatoroid.
Fringe is back, and Walter is rocking out with Back To The Future's Christopher Lloyd! Plus Syfy's reimagined Being Human takes a bite out of Monday night. Plus new Chuck, V, No Ordinary Family and The Cape. Television loves you!
Screw Sharktopus. Frak Mansquito. This Saturday, Syfy has a planet-sized kaiju: Behemoth! Also, this week's television is weirdly obsessed with mega-earthquakes. Alyson Hannigan joins The Simpsons. Jeff Bridges meets a flying blow-up doll. Plus Adventure Time, V and Clone Wars.
Feeling like there are no great adventures left on television? Don't worry — there's tons of great science fiction and fantasy coming to the small screen this year. Here's our list of the year's genre television, from superheroes to time-travelers.
This week sees the two-hour premiere of The Cape, featuring Summer Glau as a valiant blogger, plus the return of V, No Ordinary Family, Star Wars and a few other shows. Meanwhile, it's time to mourn, with a Caprica marathon.
How can you get through television's Thanksgiving lull? We're here to help. There are half-kaiju, half-teenager rebels, walking dinosaur skeletons, a team of superhero sidekicks, and Jewel Staite romancing Flash Gordon. Plus Chuck, Walking Dead and Sanctuary. It'll be okay.