Oh, television, how we missed you. Not only have many of our favorite shows returned from winter break, the long-awaited Agent Carter premieres, as does the sixth season of Archer. Neil Patrick Harris joins American Horror Story and Firefly's Morena Baccarin turns up in Gotham's Arkham Asylum.
Gotham (8 PM, Fox)
Morena Baccarin joins the cast as Arkham Asylum's Dr. Leslie Thompkins. But Gordon's assignment at the hospital is off to a rocky start when he investigates the death of a guard.
Scorpion (9 PM, CBS)
Ralph's dark web game accidentally reveals a CIA safe house, resulting in the murder of CIA operative. Naturally, the FBI isn't happy and Team Scorpion is on the case.
Sleepy Hollow (9 PM, Fox)
Everything has changed in the world of Sleepy Hollow, but will this new figure, Orion, really be a help to Ichabod and Abbie? Meanwhile, Katrina searches for some sign of humanity in Abraham. Good luck with that.
Star Wars Rebels (9 PM, Disney XD)
Frank Oz is back as the voice of Yoda, helping guide Kanan as Ezra faces a great challenge.
Agent Carter (8 PM, ABC)
Captain America's Hayley Atwell is back as Agent Peggy Carter in the two-episode premiere of Marvel's new period series. It's 1946 and Howard Stark (Dominic Cooper) has been framed for unleashing his deadliest weapons. He calls upon Peggy Carter for help, asking his butler, Edwin Jarvis (James D'Arcy) to assist her in tracking the real culprits down. But if Peggy is caught doing work for Stark, she could be branded a traitor to her adopted country.
Also, be on the lookout for the full Ant-Man trailer.
Forever (10 PM, ABC)
Another week, another upperclass murder victim ends up on Henry's slab. A young financial investing star turns up near the East River, and he happens to be the son of one of Abe's Army buddies. As Abe investigates the murder behind Henry's back, Henry recalls the anxiety of letting a 17-year-old Abe go to Vietnam.
Person of Interest (10 PM, CBS)
Samaritan launches a cyber-attack on the stock exchange, which means the Machine team has to work to avoid a global financial catastrophe.
American Horror Story (10 PM, FX)
Neil Patrick Harris shows off his magic on this week's episode: "Elsa prepares for her move to Hollywood. The Twins grow enamored with a traveling salesman. Dell plots Jimmy's escape from police custody."
Cartoons (5 PM, Cartoon Network)
On The Amazing World of Gumball (5 PM), Gumball releases a newly emerged butterfly, which wreaks havoc on Elmore. Pizza Steve has to retrieve his diary from Mister Gus before he reads all Pizza Steve's secrets on Uncle Grandpa (5:30 PM). Robin works on the power of whistling on Teen Titans Go! (6 PM). On Steven Universe (6:30 PM), Steven thinks he sees something creepy in the warp streams, and the Gems try to ease his paranoia. Finn and PB disappear from a slumber party on Adventure Time (7 PM), inciting panic among the other guests. And on Regular Show (7:30 PM), Mordecai wants to reconcile with CJ.
Archer (10 PM, FX)
The sixth series premiere finds Archer, as usual, in the Danger Zone. And this Danger Zone is in the jungle, where Archer must salvage a crashed plane filled with World War II relics.
Grimm and Constantine return next week. For now, Friday is a quiet night.
Mythbusters (9 PM, Discovery)
This week, the Mythbusters take on The Simpsons and see if some of their cartoon hijinks could work out in real life. Could a single cherry bomb in a school bathroom make all the other toilets behave like geysers? What about Homer blocking a wrecking ball to keep his home from being destroyed? The team creates a life-sized Homer to test it out.
Galavant (8 PM, ABC)
In the first of this week's two musical episodes, Galavant and Isabella visit Sid's hometown, where they discover Sid has not been entirely truthful about his career, leaving his friends to back up his stories. Meanwhile, King Richard throws a ball to cheer up the people of Valencia. In the second episode, the trio encounters land-bound pirates and has to put aside their squabbles and work together, while Richard tries a new tact to win Magdalena's love.
The Librarians (9 PM, TNT)
It turns out there is one House behind the legend of all haunted houses, and the Librarians set out to destroy it.
Resurrection (9 PM, ABC)
The return of Preacher James brings a strange new energy to the town. And while Margaret is detained in a government facility, the other returned are aware of her reputation. But it's what happens to Henry that shakes everyone to their core.