This Week's TV: True Blood is back. Plus who wanted a Pac-Man cartoon?Charlie Jane Anders6/10/13 12:00pmFiled to: what to watchtv this weekadventure timedefiancewarehouse 13teen wolfjohnny testteen titansthrough the wormhole with morgan freemansave mecontinuumpac-man and the ghostly adventuresshezowwizards vs. alienszero hoursinbadprimeval: the new worldultimate spider-mantrue bloodventure bros.falling skies523EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalinkBetty White is playing God, the actual supreme being, on TV this week. Plus our favorite supernatural drama, Zero Hour, is back! So is True Blood! And most of all, we're wondering who on Earth thought a cartoon based on the Pac-Man video game was a good plan.AdvertisementTop image: True Blood.Today:Adventure Time (7:30 PM, Cartoon Network):Finally, some follow-up about Jake's babies, or one of them in particular. Here's what's up: "'One Last Job' — Jake Jr. gets mixed up with some bad eggs and Jake has to reunite with his old gang for one last job to save him." WE'RE MEETING JAKE'S OLD GANG. OMG. That's followed by a brand new Regular Show. Defiance (9 PM, Syfy):AdvertisementCheck out the first four minutes of the episode above. We're in the home stretch of this show's first season. Can it end strong? In any case, this week's episode, "I Just Wasn't Made for These Times," sounds bracingly wacky: "Nolan and Tommy encounter an American astronaut who has been in hypersleep for several decades."Warehouse 13 (10 PM, Syfy):And then meanwhile, this just sounds kind of wacky, period: "Pete, Myka and Steve team up with a U.S. Marshal to recapture two inmates who escaped from a prison in Arkansas during a volcanic event." Check out a sneak peek above!AdvertisementTeen Wolf (10 PM, MTV):This episode is called "Chaos Rising," which brings up probably invidious comparisons to Patrick Ness' book series. Here's what's up: "Allison and Lydia stumble upon a possible clue to finding Boyd and Erica while a childhood friend of Stiles goes missing."AdvertisementSponsoredAlso on TV tonight: A new Scaredy Squirrel on Cartoon Network at 1:30 PM, and then a new Rocket Monkeys on Nickelodeon at 2 PM. And at 5 PM, the debut of a brand new show on Cartoon Network, Grojband — which sounds sort of like a kiddie version of Metalocalypse, and which airs new episodes Monday through Friday at 5 PM.Tuesday:Johnny Test/Teen Titans (7:00 PM, Cartoon Network):Above are some brand new clips from these episodes, in which you can expect to see the following: "When Johnny 'borrows' the girls' Vocal Intonator Replicator, he turns Mary and Susan against each other. Now Johnny must set things straight before he gets stretched, burned, and tested to death!" And then: "Beast Boy turns into a loud, obnoxious gorilla and refuses to change back, driving Robin crazy as he takes over the leadership of the Titans, leading to chaos."Also on TV tonight: More Scaredy Squirrel and Rocket Monkeys. Plus another episode of Bang Goes The Theory on BBC America at 9 PM.Wednesday:Through the Wormhole with Morgan Freeman (10 PM, Science):AdvertisementAnother crazy huge question: "Can We Survive the Death of the Sun?": "Looking at the technology to move to another planet, a new "Earth" - or perhaps Mars - in order to survive the death of our central star, The Sun."Also on TV tonight: Even more Scaredy Squirrel and Rocket Monkeys. There's a new Mythbusters on Discovery at 9 PM, followed by a new Big Brain Theory. Thursday:Save Me (8:30 PM, NBC):AdvertisementThat didn't take long. We're already at the season finale of this show about God talking to Anne Heche — it looks like they only aired six or seven of the 13 episodes they filmed for the first season. And this time around, we actually meet God. And she's... Betty White? Okay, even though Betty White has been everywhere lately, that's still pretty awesome. Here's the goods:BETH TRIES TO RALLY EVERYONE TO SAVE A HOSPITAL BUT ENDS UP ALIENATING ALL HER FRIENDS WITH HER 'HOLIER THAN THOU' ATTITUDE - When Beth (Anne Heche) learns that the hospital where Emily (Madison Davenport) was born is being shut down, she decides she must try to raise funds to save it. Unfortunately for her, her friends are busy, distracted or not at all interested. Beth's overzealousness soon becomes a big problem, but when she receives a divine visit from the Almighty herself, she realizes that she really can make a difference without making everyone do things her way.Also on TV tonight: There are more helpings of Squirrel and Monkeys. Cartoon Network has a new Annoying Orange at 7:30 PM. At 8 PM, there's a new The Hero on TNT. There's the 100th episode of Burn Notice on USA at 9 PM.Friday:Mystery Bear of the Arctic (9 PM, National Geographic):AdvertisementAdvertisementSadly, the "mystery bear" is already dead. But we can still learn a lot about it: " In April 2006, an American sports hunter shot and killed a mysterious bear in the arctic which unleashes a scientific investigation and a criminal inquiry into the exact nature of its identity."Continuum (10 PM, Syfy):I keep hearing good things about this show's second season, but I'm trying not to get ahead of the airings on Syfy. In any case, this time around Kiera is finally teaming up with Carlos properly again: "Liber8's hijacking of a prison transfer makes for a bumpy reunion between Kiera and Carlos; at the same time, Kellog approaches Alec with a tempting partnership proposition."AdvertisementAlso on TV tonight: Yet again, more Squirrel and Monkeys. A new Phineas & Ferb on Disney at 9 PM.Saturday:Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures (11:30 AM, Disney XD):AdvertisementDid you know this was happening? And yes, it's a Pac-Man TV show. What makes them think kids know who Pac-Man is?Thanks to the school bully, Pac-Man accidentally opens the portal to the Netherworld, unleashing an army of ghosts, led by the fiery Lord Betrayus! Lucky for Pac-World, the power-berries from the ancient Tree Of Life gives young Pac the ability to eat the ghosts... and burp out their eyeballs!I do love the idea that Pac-Man worries about being bullied. Presumably by other Pac-people? Also, note that we're meeting the President of Pac-World.AdvertisementSheZow! (12:30 PM, Hub):If you were worried that the "failing to get a manicure is SheZow's downfall" storyline that we teased a while back would be awful, now you can see for yourself! "Glamageddon; SheZap" – After a reunion with his former sidekick Tara, SheZow is challenged to battle her at an event called Glamageddon; When SheZow’s broken fingernail falls into some toxic chemicals, his evil clone SheZap is spawned and wreaks havoc on Megadale.