If you didn't think the Terminator franchise could take another blow, then a new knock-off coming to cable TV may destroy your faith in Skynet forever. Plus, we hope Eggs gets boiled on this week's True Blood.
Is It True? -
This new reality series searches out the truth about monster sightings, urban legends and plain old stories circulating the web. In tonight's premiere, the host sets out to discover the truth behind the Florida Skunk Ape sightings, and see if it really is possible for an airplane to land with only one wing, on Discovery at 10 PM.
The beginning of the middle — Star Wars Episode IV — is on Spike at 6 PM. Or you can watch the second coming of the Ice Age in The Day After Tomorrow on FX at 5:30 PM.
Better Off Ted -
Tonight ABC gives us an hour of Better Off Ted as a bittersweet season finale. First Linda gets a phony "green" project to keep her busy. Then Veronica's secret life is revealed by an invention, and Linda decides to play matchmaker ... for Ted. The final first-season episodes are on ABC at 9 PM. and then we have to wait until its midseason premiere for more.
Warehouse 13 -
A former Warehouse agent left some unfinished business for Pete and Myka to complete, on Syfy at 9 PM.
That's Impossible -
This show features mind-reading and mind control, along with the possibility of brainwave technology to enable mental communication. Also, computers that can read minds. Why didn't the Enterprise have that? I feel it would have made ordering food so much easier. On History Channel at 10 PM.
Spike continues the saga with Star Wars Episode V at 6 PM.
Wild chimps are explored and reports of chimp attacks are researched. Chimpanzees may be cute but tonight discover their viciousness and their survival skills. On History Channel at 9 PM.
Keep your fingers crossed for a third Christopher Nolan Batman, while Batman Begins is on AMC at 10 PM.
There's nothing new tonight, but catch up on Season 3.5, when Syfy begins its mini-marathon from 7 PM till midnight.
The ridiculous adaptation of Doom, starring The Rock, is on TBS at 10 PM. Rob Zombie's family drama sequel The Devil's Rejects is on IFC at 10:15 PM.
Carter has to determine if the return of Henry's ship is linked to the electrical anomalies scaring the town. That's on Syfy at 9 PM.
A slacker tries to pull his life together ... while battling the zombies taking over London. The horror spoof Shaun of the Dead is on Comedy Central at 4:30 PM. Steven Spielberg's Close Encounters of the Third Kind, about visitors from space and awesome potato sculptures, is on TV Land at 9 PM.
Being Human -
Mitchell befriends a 12-year-old and Lauren returns to test his willpower, or does she? Meanwhile, since Annie has finally figured out Owen's true nature, she becomes, well, a terror. And George and Nina's romance slows down on BBC America at 9 PM.
The Terminators pits human resistance fighters against cyborgs built to serve mankind. This straight-to-video knock-off of James Cameron's classic airs on Syfy at 9 PM.
True Blood -
Eric gets inside Sookie's head, as we get even closer to the greatest bloody love triangle of the year becoming a reality. Hoyt sticks up for Jess and their adorably awkward relationship. Tara's family members finally try to pry her from the grips of Maryann (but for the wrong reasons) and Sam is still avoiding the obsessed Maenad. Meanwhile, AVL spokesperson Nan Flanagan reacts to the Dallas events and Godric surprises the vamp community, all on HBO at 9 PM.
Defying Gravity -
The ship's operating systems shut down for no apparent reason, leading to a severe reminder of Virtuality and more bewilderment as to why that show never had a chance. Meanwhile, we wait for Ron Livingston to use his acting chops, on ABC at 10 PM.