Monday, November 21
Dancing With the Stars, 8:00-10 PM on ABC: Don’t miss the final round of Season 13 performances! J.R. Martinez, Ricki Lake, and Rob Kardashian are left; who will wow the judges tonight?
Castle, 10-11 PM on ABC: A sniper terrorizes New York City in Season 4’s “Kill Shot.” While on the hunt for this seemingly motive-less killer, Beckett (Stana Katic) begins to experience increasingly strong moments of PTSD — moments she tries to hide from Castle (Nathan Fillion) and the detectives. [WATCH THE PREVIEW]
Gossip Girl, 8-9 PM on The CW: Hard at work planning a dream bridal shower for Blair (Leighton Meester), Serena (Blake Lively) does her best to keep her bestie from finding out all the details. Chuck (Ed Westwick) and Dan (Penn Badgley) spend the day together to distract themselves from the fact that they didn’t make the invite list for Blair’s shower. Nate (Chace Crawford) and Serena find a silver bullet in Diana’s (guest star Elizabeth Hurley) war against Gossip Girl, but they struggle about whether to use it or not in “All the Pretty Sources.” [WATCH THE PREVIEW]
Hart of Dixie, 9-10 PM on The CW: Feeling a little homesick, Zoe (Rachel Bilson) jumps at the opportunity to host Lavon’s (Cress Williams) annual pre-game homecoming party in “Homecoming and Coming Home.” She enlists the help of her friend Gigi (guest star Megan Stevenson) from New York, but her definition of a good party doesn’t quite jibe with Bluebell’s. Meanwhile, George (Scott Porter) and Wade (Wilson Bethel) hatch a plan to get even with their high school nemesis, Jimmy (guest star Sean Carrigan), but when Lemon (Jaime King) catches wind of their scheme she wants in on the action, too.
Bored to Death, 9-9:30 on HBO: Jonathan (Jason Schwartzman) pursues new leads on his paternity case with Rose (guest star Isla Fisher), and George (Ted Danson) and Ray (Zach Galifianakis) try to make amends for various transgressions.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, 9-10 PM on Bravo: Taylor puts conflict on the back burner and throws herself into planning her daughter's lavish birthday party in the all-new Season 2 episode “The Great Divide.” [WATCH THE PREVIEW]
Hawaii Five-0, 10-11 PM on CBS: While McGarrett (Alex O’Loughlin) heads to North Korea with Jenna Kaye (Larisa Oleynik) to deliver a ransom to rebels who are holding her fiancé hostage, the Five-0 investigate the murder of an reporter who appears to have ties to Jenna. The highlight of Season 2’s “Ki’ilua”? Jimmy Buffett guest stars as helicopter pilot Frank Bama.
Tuesday, November 22
NCIS, 8-9 PM on CBS: After Anthony DiNozzo Sr. (guest star Robert Wagner) is found in a car with a dead body in the trunk and no memory of the previous night, the NCIS team must figure out if Tony’s dad is capable of murder. Forced to sit the case out, Tony (Michael Weatherly) goes against orders to try and prove his father’s innocence in “Sins of the Father.”
The X Factor, 8-10 PM on FOX: The top nine acts — the remaining finalists from the boys, girls, over 30s, and groups categories — perform.
90210, 8-9 PM on The CW: Adrianna (Jessica Lowndes) resists Dixon’s (Tristan Wilds) attempts to strike up a relationship, while Ivy (Gillian Zinser) and Raj’s (guest star Manish Dayal) arguing takes a toll on their relationship. Liam (Matt Lanter) plans a holiday dinner for the gang, but an unexpected guest shows up. Meanwhile, Naomi (AnnaLynne McCord) goes to extremes to prove her love to Austin (guest star Justin Deeley) in “Smoked Turkey.”
FINALE! Dancing With the Stars, 9-10 PM on ABC: Tune in for the final results show. Who will win the Mirror Ball Trophy?
Wednesday, November 23
The X Factor, 8-9 PM on FOX: America sends home one of the top nine finalists.
Suburgatory, 8:30-9 PM on ABC: In “Thanksgiving,” Tessa (Jane Levy) talks Dallas (Cheryl Hines) into spending the day in the city rather than endure Thanksgiving in the ‘burbs, but Tessa loses her cool when she spots her father with a woman after he said he had to work.
Modern Family, 9-9:30 PM on ABC: When an old neighborhood kid returns to town as a hugely successful Internet billionaire in “Punkin Chunkin,” it gets Phil (Ty Burrell) thinking of what could have been. Jay (Ed O’Neill) feels Manny (Rico Rodriguez) could use a little dose of constructive criticism, and Cameron (Eric Stonestreet) is offended when Mitchell (Jesse Tyler-Ferguson) questions the authenticity of his colorful childhood stories. It all comes to a head at Thanksgiving, with the family divided between the "Dreamers" and the "Pritchetts" — and nothing settles the score quite like a punkin chunkin challenge.
Happy Endings, 9:30-10 PM on ABC: In “Full Court Dress,” Jane (Eliza Coupe) needs a dress to wear to her charity event, but she's a little leery when Alex (Elisha Cuthbert) offers to design one for her. Penny (Casey Wilson) helps a panicked Max (Adam Pally) babysit his niece and nephew, and Dave (Zachary Knighton) and Brad's (Damon Wayans Jr.) new friendship with their oddball mailman, Drew (guest star Rob Riggle), isn't quite what they had hoped for.
Revenge, 10-11 PM on ABC: Having discovered that her most valuable ally has turned against her, Emily (Emily VanCamp) desperately reaches out to her mentor (guest star Hiroyke Sanada) for advice. Victoria's (Madeleine Stowe) worst nightmare comes true when she finds herself totally alone both in her life and her home — and Tyler's (guest star Ashton Holmes) negative influence continues to grow in “Suspicion.” [WATCH THE PREVIEW]
America’s Next Top Model, 9-10 PM on The CW: Rewind and review the challenges, photo shoots, and crazy drama in this recap of the All-Star Cycle. [Spoiler: Did Tyra Accidentally Reveal the Winner?]
American Horror Story, 10-11 PM on FX: The identity of the man in the rubber suit is revealed in “Rubber Man.”
Top Chef, 10-11 PM on Bravo: Down in the Lone Star State, the remaining cheftestants kick off the competition with a hot-pepper quickfire. Later, they participate in a chili cook-off at a rodeo. Top Chef: Masters alums Mary Sue Milliken and Susan Feniger are this week’s guest judges.
iHeartRadio Music Festival, 10-11:50 PM on VH1: Didn't make it to Vegas for the actual concert? Now you have the chance to watch stellar performances from Lady Gaga, Jay-Z, Coldplay, Kenny Chesney, The Black Eyed Peas, Steven Tyler, Alicia Keys, Jennifer Lopez, Carrie Underwood, Jane's Addiction, Nicki Minaj, David Guetta, Rascal Flatts, Bruno Mars, Sublime with Rome, and Kelly Clarkson from the two-day festival.
Thursday, November 24
The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, 9 AM-12 PM on NBC: The annual Thanksgiving extravaganza hits the New York City streets.
A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving, 8-9 PM on ABC: Don’t miss this holiday classic!
Happiness Is a Warm Blanket, Charlie Brown, 8:30-9:30 on FOX: Double the Peanuts, double the fun!
A Very Gaga Thanksgiving, 9:30-11 PM on ABC: The title pretty much says it all. Lady Gaga performs eight songs, discusses her music with Katie Couric in a convo taped at her high school alma mater (Convent of the Sacred Heart in Manhattan), and joins chef Art Smith to prepare a deep-fried turkey and waffles for Thanksgiving dinner.
Friday, November 25
Iron Man, 8-10:30 PM on FOX: Robert Downey Jr. brings the full force of his rakish good looks and charm to the role of brilliant munitions billionaire Tony Stark, who takes on diabolical villains as Iron Man.
Sunday, November 27
Once Upon a Time, 8-9 on ABC: As Sheriff Graham (Jamie Dornan) deputizes Emma (Jennifer Morrison), the ground shakes and a giant sinkhole mysteriously appears at the edge of town. Henry (Jared Gilmore) puts himself in danger when he explores the giant hole to see if its contents can link the inhabitants of Storybrooke to the fairytale world. Meanwhile, back in the fairytale world, Jiminy Cricket (Raphael Sbarge) yearns to leave the family business and transform into the person he wants to be.
The Real Housewives of Atlanta, 9-10 PM on Bravo: Phaedra, Shereé, Cynthia, NeNe, Kim, and Kandi stir up the drama in the all-new “Jewels Be Dangled.”
Kourtney and Kim Take New York, 10-10:30 PM on E!: In the Season 2 premiere, Kourtney and Kim return to New York with Scott and Mason Disick and Kris Humphries in tow.
Dexter, 9-10 PM on Showtime: Dexter (Michael C. Hall) receives help from an unlikely source while trying to stay one step ahead of Homicide in his hunt for the Doomsday Killers in “Get Gellar.”
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