This Week's TV: Summer Glau is a super-mutant again. And Doctor Who returns!Charlie Jane Anders8/27/12 12:00pmFiled to: what to watchTelevisionTV this weekFbGrimmWarehouse 13AlphasLost girlbreaking badFuturamaAdventure Timedoctor whoTopSaving hopeWilfredTransformers primeTransformers551EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalink This week on television, there's a full hour of Futurama, including one episode where the Planet Express crew star in a nature documentary. Summer Glau is once again kicking ass and building cool robots. Breaking Bad features Walt making a really questionable decision. Advertisement But the big news on TV this week is probably return of a certain eccentric time traveler from another planet. Full details, including tons of vids, below! Today: Adventure Time (7:30 PM, Cartoon Network): The insanity just doesn't stop. This time, in "You Made Me":When a creepy sleep-peeping Lemongrab upsets Princess Bubblegum with his creepy ways, Finn and Jake need to tend to some issues in the Outer Realm.Here's a clip! Followed, as usual, by Regular Show and Annoying Orange. Alphas (8 PM, Syfy): It's "Alphaville!" In which our heroes discover they're big in Japan? Or maybe they hang out with Summer Glau again. Advertisement Rosen goes to alpha gadgeteer Skylar Adams for help dealing with Stanton Parish, but Skylar and her daughter are soon at risk when Stanton gets too close. Warehouse 13 (9 PM, Syfy): Lindsay Wagner is back as Artie's slow-boil love interest, Dr. Vanessa Calder. Plus: "An artifact from a previous case, Lewis Carroll's mirror, turns up missing from storage and the team set out to recover it. The murderous spirit of Alice Liddell escapes from the mirror." Grimm (10 PM, NBC): The creepiest man on television, Supernatural's Lucifer, is coming to Grimm!NICK AND HANK FIND THEMSELVES IN THE MIDDLE OF A DISTURBING FAMILY REUNION WHEN HANK'S OLD FRIEND SEEKS HIS HELP TO FIND HIS MISSING DAUGHTER — MADDIE HASSON, JOHN PYPER-FERGUSON AND MARK PELLEGRINO GUEST-STAR - As Hank (Russell Hornsby) continues to seek help to cope with the inexplicable siting he had, an old friend, Jarold Kempfer (guest star Mark Pellegrino), needs his help when his daughter (guest star Maddie Hasson) goes missing. Nick's (David Giuntoli) expertise as a Grimm comes in to play as he investigates the disturbing motives linked to the disappearance.Tuesday:There's basically nothing on tonight, due to some kind of political convention thing. Sorry about that! Advertisement Advertisement Also on TV tonight: At 7:30 PM, Cartoon Network has the one-hour season finale of Total Drama.Wednesday: Futurama (10 PM, Comedy Central): It's the one-hour mid-season finale, "31st Century Fox/Naturama."Bender becomes the hunted after saving a robotic fox from hunters... Bender and the crew are reimagined as wild animals in a nature documentary.Also on TV tonight: Cartoon Network has a new Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitsu at 8 PM.Thursday: Saving Hope (9 PM, NBC): In "The Law of Contagion,"When a plane is forced to land due to a sick passenger, the patient is taken to Hope Zion where Alex performs emergency surgery and discovers that this passenger may have brought a deadly and contagious virus into the hospital.Also on TV tonight: There's a brand new Wilfred on FX at 10 PM.Friday: Transformers Prime (7 PM, The Hub): Cliffjumper is back! And Shockwave is making his debut in the series. According to Seibertron, the somewhat garbled-sounding synopsis of this episode goes: Advertisement Sponsored When Arcee is unexpectedly brought back into the company of an old friend, they discover together that Decepticon has been scheming behind their backs an elaborate plan with the intentions of destroying the Autobots and claiming his victory.Lost Girl (10 PM, Syfy): Another new (to Americans) episode of this Canadian fairy show. The Ash reacts to the threat facing him, and Bo makes a life-threatening choice as those close to her suffer terrible injuries.Saturday: Doctor Who (9 PM, BBC America): How long has it been since a new Doctor Who episode? An unimaginably long time. Showrunner Steven Moffat is promising this will be the crackerjack episode that will remind you why the Daleks are so scary. Here's what to expect from "Asylum of the Daleks":Kidnapped by his oldest foe, the Doctor is forced on an impossible mission - to a place even the Daleks are too terrified to enter... the Asylum. A planetary prison confining the most terrifying and insane of their kind, the Doctor and the Ponds must find an escape route. But with Amy and Rory's relationship in meltdown, and an army of mad Daleks closing in, it is up to the Doctor to save their lives, as well as the Pond's marriage.Also on TV tonight: Another new episode of Saving Hope, in its new time slot of 9 PM Saturdays.Sunday: Breaking Bad (10 PM, AMC): It's the midseason finale, "Gliding Over All." Check out a clip at left, where "Walt meets with Lydia to get answers about some loose ends." In this episode: Advertisement Walt takes care of loose ends; Walt makes a dangerous decision.Also on TV tonight: There's a new Leverage on TNT at 9 PM. 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