On this first Thursday of November Sweeps: Mom deals with an altered living arrangement, Joel McHale is forced to embrace The Great Indoors and an Entourage alum turns up on Pitch. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:
Mom Returns, Pure Genius and The Great Indoors Debut
Leah Murphy (played by Tessa Ferrer) returns to Grey Sloan; Bailey must come to a decision about Alex; Amelia’s bad day is made worse.
The Big Bang Theory
“New” time slot alert! Penny discovers Serial Ape-ist fanboys at a Van Nuys Comic-Con; Sheldon and Amy host brunch; Howard makes an impulse purchase.
Dina keeps everyone at the store on Halloween to get to the bottom of a potential theft; Mateo gets ready for his date with Jeff. (Psst… hear the good news?)
The Great Indoors
Series premiere: An adventure reporter (Community‘s Joel McHale) gets reassigned to an outdoor magazine’s website staff; Christopher Mintz-Plasse (Superbad) and Stephen Fry (A Bit of Fry & Laurie) co-star. (Read review.)
The Padres hear about the potential trade of Blip; Mike tries to make things work with interim prez Charlie Graham (Entourage‘s Kevin Connolly).
Sam, Dean and Mary investigate a death at an abandoned house; Castiel reluctantly partners with Crowley to look for Lucifer.
Season 4 premiere: Bonnie’s relationship with Adam (new series regular William Fichtner) is put to the test when he moves in with her and Christie for a few weeks.
Life in Pieces
Season 2 premiere (new time): Heather and Tim meet Clementine’s parents (real-life marrieds Megan Mullally and Nick Offerman). (Get scoop.)
Series premiere: A Silicon Valley titan (The Village‘s Augustus Prew) hires an expert surgeon (Shameless‘ Dermot Mulroney) to run his high-tech hospital; Odette Annable (House), Brenda Song (Dads) co-star. (Read our First Impression.)
How to Get Away With Murder
Annalise and the Keating 5 are rattled by a discovery in the Wallace Mahoney murder case; Brett Butler (Grace Under Fire) guest-stars.