This Week's TV: Watch A Serial-Killing Cupid And A Vampire Thanksgiving

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We've got some interesting comic book characters coming to TV this week, with Gotham focused on Harvey Dent and Cupid bringing her brand of insanity to Arrow. Plus, Sleepy Hollow deals with a ghost haunting the psychiatric hospital and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. is in for a violent family reunion.



Gotham (8 PM, Fox)

This week, we're focusing on poor, doomed Harvey Dent, who is trying to close the Wayne murder case. Enjoy him while he's still handsome and relatively sane.

The Originals (8 PM, The CW)

Klaus heads into the bayou hoping to find and antidote to Esther's magic so he can cure Elijah. And while Vincent and Kaleb reconsider their own strategies, Aiden, Hayley, Marcel, Cami, and Josh are determined to exploit one of Vincent's weaknesses.

Scorpion (9 PM, CBS)

Things are personal (again) for the Scorpion team when they must help protect Cabe's ex-wife, who has uncovered evidence of foul play in the death of a congressman.

Sleepy Hollow (9 PM, Fox)

Abbie and Ichabod discover a surprising spirit at work when people start mysteriously dying at Tarrytown Psych. Given that the titled of the episode is "Mama," I suspect this spirit may have some familial issues.

Star Wars Rebels (9 PM, Disney XD)

The Rebels' latest task is to help a refugee with important intel get off-planet.


The Flash (8 PM, The CW)

The latest metahuman can turn himself into girded steel at will. It's really just begging for "getting hard" jokes. And when Eddie witnesses this, um, hardening first hand, he starts asking Joe some tough questions.

Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (9 PM, ABC)

We're in for a violent family reunion when Ward kidnaps his brother, Senator Christian Ward. Also, "Coulson and team find themselves in an epic face-off against Hydra to uncover an ancient secret."

Supernatural (9 PM, The CW)

A message on Bobby's cell phone claims that Bobby or his next of kin are listed as a beneficiary in an heiress' will. But since anything good in the Winchesters' lives is automatically too good to be true, they will surely encounter weirdness rather than riches.

Forever (10 PM, ABC)

This week's murder mystery involves the rights to a legendary jazz hit. I'm looking forward to our own Forever recapper and JD Katharine Trendacosta delving into what I am sure will be totally accurate and compelling copyright law.

Person of Interest (10 PM, CBS)

Thanks to Samaritan, Martine has info on someone from the team and is hunting them down. Meanwhile, Reese volunteers to be an NYPD academy instruction to keep an eye on an officer who is acting strangely.


Arrow (8 PM, The CW)

Someone has been struck by Cupid's arrow, and it's Cupid herself, also known as Carrie Cutter. She thinks that the Arrow is her one true love, and she's going to shoot a lot of people to get to him.

The 100 (9 PM, The CW)

Things may not be looking so good for the 48 when Jasper agrees to participate in a risky experiment and President Wallace issues some sort of stern warning. And Kane goes off on a diplomatic mission, hoping to make peace with the Grounders—which may not go so well given what happened at the end of last week's episode.

American Horror Story: Freak Show (10 PM, AMC)

The women of the Freak Show aren't putting up with Dell and his violence anymore, and Jimmy develops some suspicions about the clown murders after an odd encounter with Dandy. Of course, aren't all encounters with Dandy rather odd?


The Almighty Johnsons (11 PM, Syfy)

Axl sees how the other half lives when he falls asleep one night wearing a dress and wakes up in a body much better suited to it.



Cartoons (6 PM, Cartoon Network)

On Teen Titans Go! (6 PM), Robing goes on a quest in search of the ultimate superpower: whistling. On Clarence (6:30 PM), Clarence navigates the boredom of the doctor's waiting room to reach the fabled reception desk candy jar. On Steven Universe (6:45 PM), Steven discovers a new power that lets him grow Steven-shaped watermelons. On The Amazing World of Gumball (7 PM), Gumball and Anais invent a new holiday called Sluzzle Tag, but that means the townspeople are suddenly excited about meeting the Sluzzle Dude. And on Regular Show (7:30 PM), Rigby suspects that Thomas is up to something and wants to stop him.

The Vampire Diaries (8 PM, The CW)

It's time for vampire Thanksgiving dinner! Caroline and Elena host Friendsgiving in their dorm while Jo fights for her life and Kai battles for his freedom.


The Almighty Johnsons (11:10 PM, Syfy)

When an act of vengeance fails, the godly characters decide to call a Folkmoot to work things out.



Haven (7 PM, Syfy)

Duke and Audrey are forced to seek the help of dangerous allies in order to save Haven.

Grimm (9 PM, NBC)

Hank and Nick investigate a crime where the suspect claims he's been talking to a very persistent wolf. And while Nick and Juliette ponder whether Nick getting his Grimm powers back is worth giving up a normal(ish) life, Munroe and Rosalee deal with threats over their inter-wesen marriage.

Constantine (10 PM, NBC)

Constantine has a run-in with the law when he knows a bit too much about a string of crimes in New Orleans. And he ends up teaming up with Papa Midnite to deal with a voodoo ritual that turns deadly.

Z Nation (10 PM, Syfy)

An all-female survivors' commune seems like paradise at first, until someone ends up dead.



Atlantis (9 PM, BBC America)

As Pasiphae lays siege to Atlantis, it looks like the city may very well fall. And Jason, Hercules, and Pythagoras are far from home fighting a battle of their own.



The Walking Dead (9 PM, AMC)

A handful of the survivors hold down the church while the rest are out on a rescue mission. Somehow, I suspect that Carl's offer to teach Gabriel to defend himself won't end well.



Katharine Trendacosta

"This week's murder mystery involves the rights to a legendary jazz hit. I'm looking forward to our own Forever recapper and JD Katharine Trendacosta delving into what I am sure will be totally accurate and compelling copyright law."

There's every chance you'll be able to hear my anguished screams from thousands of miles away. Tuesday, 10 PM Eastern, those sounds you hear are just my withered, barely used JD's yells into a void.