This Week's TV: Maria Hill Is On SHIELD And Supernatural Gets A Spinoff

Maria Hill, fresh from her stint in Captain America 2, returns to Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. this week and Santanico Pandemonium has a deadly dance on From Dusk Till Dawn. Plus, Supernatural prepares its spinoff and Vikings and Resurrection close their seasons. Details below!

Top image from Metal Hurlant Chronicles.


Adventure Time (6 PM, Cartoon Network)

Finn and Jake discover that Clone James has been faking his own death to collect medals—and now there are 25 Jameses running amok.

Star-Crossed (8 PM, The CW)

The Atrian-human love triangles add a bit of pregnancy drama:

Sophia (Brina Palencia) suspects Taylor (Natalie Hall) is pregnant with Drake's (Greg Finley) baby. Sophia tells Emery (Aimee Teegarden) and the two research Atrian pregnancies. Vartan (guest star Marcus Hester) stumbles upon the information and mistakenly believes Emery is pregnant, so he kidnaps her. Vega (guest star Merle Dandridge) tasks Teri (Chelsea Gilligan) with finding the Iksen's key, which they need to complete the Suvek. Meanwhile, Roman (Matt Lanter) and Castor (Johnathan Schreach) testify before the Hwatab about the day the spaceship crashed. Also, Eric (Jesse Luken) shares a nice moment with Julia (Malese Jow).

The Tomorrow People (9 PM, The CW)

Naturally, the Tomorrow People are going to need someone smarter than they are to deal with the effects of the serum:

When the Tomorrow People learn the truth about the serum they were injected with, Stephen (Robbie Amell) and Cara (Peyton List) attempt to buy time for Jedikiah (Mark Pellegrino) while he tries to create a possible antidote. Growing impatient, Russell (Aaron Yoo) and the other rogue Tomorrow People make a rash decision to sacrifice Roger (guest star Jeffrey Pierce) to Ultra for their own safety. Meanwhile, John (Luke Mitchell) is having a hard time figuring out his new role and the only one he can turn to for advice is Astrid (Madeleine Mantock).

Warehouse 13 (9 PM, Syfy)

The team is headed to a Renaissance Faire to retrieve the latest artifact while Claudia makes a desperate attempt to revive her sister.

Metal Hurlant Chronicles (10 PM, Syfy)

In "Shelter Me" (based on a story by Dan Wickline and Mark Vigouroux), a woman wakes up in a bomb shelter with a man, but she doesn't know whether he is telling the truth about the destruction of the world or keeping her captive. In "Second Chance" (based on a story by by James MacDonald, Jorge Pereira Lucas, and Dan Brown), a notorious gambler finds himself on the run from the world's most dangerous criminal—and ends up somewhere surprising.



Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (8 PM, ABC)

S.H.I.E.L.D. is still in a mess of trouble, but at least there's one person they can trust: Maria Hill:

Just when there's no one left to trust, Agent Maria Hill (Cobie Smulders) — from "Marvel's The Avengers" and "Marvel's Captain America: The Winter Solider" — returns to team up with Coulson as S.H.I.E.L.D. is being destroyed around them.

The Originals (8 PM, The CW)

In the midst of clan warfare, New Orleans holds a celebration of life—and probably more death:

Hayley (Phoebe Tonkin) confronts a surprising enemy as she and her unborn baby fall into peril during a celebratory wake to honor a fallen member of the community. In order to save Hayley, Klaus (Joseph Morgan) and Elijah (Daniel Gillies) enlist the help of Genevieve (guest star Elyse Levesque) who struggles to maintain control over Davina (Danielle Campbell) and the other young witches. Cami (Leah Pipes) tells Marcel (Charles Michael Davis) that Francesca (guest star Peta Sargent) is determined to find a mysterious key that may unlock a family secret. Meanwhile, as Klaus suffers from nightmares of his father Mikael (guest star Sebastian Roche), he is forced to examine his troubled relationship with his own adoptive son, Marcel.


From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series (9 PM, El Rey)

The episode's title says it all: "Pandemonium."

With everyone at odds, the Gecko brothers and the Fuller family are forced to sit down and watch the nightly performance by Santanico Pandemonium. When Ranger Freddie Gonzalez shows up to exact revenge, the show takes an unexpectedly savage turn.

Jim Henson's Creature Shop Challenge (9 PM, Syfy)

This week, the contestants are building creatures that could not just live in a swamp, but also be concealed by it.


Supernatural (9 PM, The CW)

Who really runs Chicago? The monster mobsters, of course. And they're here to spinoff into another TV series, Supernatural: Bloodline:

Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) investigate a case in Chicago, where they discover that various mafia-esque monster families are, unknown to humans, running the underbelly of Chicago. One is a family of shapeshifters run by Margo Lassiter (guest stars Danielle Savre), whose leadership is thrown into question when her brother David (guest star Nathaniel Buzolic) returns home. The other reigning family in town is made up of werewolves, lead by Julian Duval (guest star Sean Faris). While in Chicago, Sam and Dean meet Ennis (guest star Lucien Laviscount), a man with a personal vendetta against the monsters. The Winchesters warn Ennis about heading into the hunter lifestyle, but Ennis refuses to listen and starts down a dangerous path.


Person of Interest (10 PM, CBS)

This week's episode hits Finch where it really hurts: his heart.

As Decima uses Samaritan's feeds to hunt Reese and Shaw, Greer exploits Finch's greatest weakness in an attempt to lure him out of hiding: his love for his former fiancée, Grace Hendricks.



Teen Titans Go! (6:30 PM, Cartoon Network)

In order to defeat Mother Mae-Eye, Cyborg starts using a grandma voice, but soon that persona takes over and he begins making the other Titans dress warmly and clean their dishes.


Steven Universe (7 PM, Cartoon Network)

After a battle damages Fish Stew Pizza, Steven throws a cook-out at the Temple to mend the relationship between the Pizza family and the Crystal Gems.


Arrow (8 PM, The CW)

How will Oliver cope after last week's tragic ending?

After Slade (Manu Bennett) threatens to take everything Oliver (Stephen Amell) loves away, Oliver decides the fastest way to stop further bloodshed is to surrender to his enemy. Knowing that surrender will surely lead to Oliver's death, Diggle (David Ramsey) and Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) go to extreme measures to keep Oliver from confronting Slade. Meanwhile, Thea (Willa Holland) considers leaving town, and Laurel (Katie Cassidy) resumes her crusade against Sebastian Blood (guest star Kevin Alejandro). Finally, Slade unleashes his assault on Starling City.


Revolution (8 PM, NBC)

As Miles (Billy Burke), Monroe (David Lyons), Charlie (Tracy Spiridakos) and Connor (Mat Vairo) rush to escape Austin, a confrontation with Texas Rangers separates Miles from the group. While out searching for Miles, Charlie is confronted by Neville (Giancarlo Esposito) who demands information on Jason's whereabouts. As a wounded Miles faces increasingly hopeless circumstances, Aaron (Zak Orth) learns that the nanotech has been busy.

The 100 (9 PM, The CW)

Even after the great self-culling, things are still looking grim aboard the Ark:

Clarke (Eliza Taylor) and Raven (guest star Lindsey Morgan) make contact with the Ark, and Abby (Paige Turco) guides Clarke through a dangerous procedure in a desperate move to save one of their own. Meanwhile, on the Ark, Abby is removed from the council, and former Chancellor Diana Sydney (guest star Kate Vernon) takes her place. Jaha (Isaiah Washington) reveals to Abby that there are not enough drop ships for everyone on the Ark to go down to Earth, and Kane (Henry Ian Cusick) begins to deal with his guilt over his recent decision.



The Vampire Diaries (8 PM, The CW)

It's time for Vampire Truth or Dare:

When Tyler (Michael Trevino) turns up at the Salvatore house with the news that Markos' (guest star Raffi Barsoumian) plan to break the witches' curse puts Stefan (Paul Wesley) and Elena (Nina Dobrev) in imminent danger, Damon (Ian Somerhalder) suggests they hide out in the remote cabin once owned by Caroline's (Candice Accola) father. Once there, it becomes obvious to Caroline that Stefan and Elena are keeping a secret, so Damon (Ian Somerhalder) comes up with a parlor game designed to expose the truth. A ghostly presence at the cabin uses violence and fire to make itself known. Meanwhile, Matt (Zach Roerig) takes charge of Tyler's plan to get information from one of the Travelers, and Bonnie (Kat Graham) continues to keep the truth about the Other Side from Jeremy (Steven R. McQueen), despite warnings from Grams (guest star Jasmine Guy).


Vikings (10 PM, History)

We're in for a major confrontation in the second season finale:

Ragnar and King Horik return to Kattegat and the final showdown between two Viking leaders is at hand. Ragnar has placed his trust in those who have stood by him and now the time has come for new alliances to be made.



Grimm (9 PM, NBC)

Nick tries to mold Trubel in his image. I'm sure it will go perfectly smoothly:

Nick (David Giuntoli) does his best to educate Trubel (guest star Jacqueline Toboni) on how best to handle the world she is learning about for the first time, and decides it best to bring her on a ride along with Hank (Russell Hornsby). They find themselves investigating the homicide of a young woman that strikes a chord for Trubel. Meanwhile, Adalind (Claire Coffee) makes a discovery that she hopes will lead her to regain something she has lost.


Continuum (10 PM, Syfy)

As Alec secures an unlikely ally, Kira gets caught in a cover-up and Carlos learns that Liber8 has infiltrated the police.



Da Vinci's Demons (9 PM, Starz)

Leonardo and Riario finally reach the Vault of Heaven:

Leonardo and his allies are threatened by death at every turn in their quest for the Book of Leaves. Carlo aids Clarice. In the East, Lucrezia intrigues the son of the Sultan.


Orphan Black (9 PM, BBC America)

Will Sarah's "old flame" have connections to the Dyad? She doesn't exactly have the best taste in romantic partners:

After hitting the road with Felix, Sarah is forced to turn to a ghost from her past – an old flame named, Cal Morison.



Once Upon a Time (8 PM, ABC)

Snow White and Prince Charming head into the delivery room for the birth of their second child. Will they get to raise this one by keeping it out of Zelena's clutches.


Believe (9 PM, NBC)

Yeah…that whole "infiltrate Orchestra" plan of Channing's didn't go well:

Tate's (Jake McLaughlin) efforts to keep Bo (Johnny Sequoyah) focused on her training are sidetracked when Bo has a premonition of a young musical prodigy dying in a car crash. In the wake of Channing's (Jamie Chung) capture, Winter (Delroy Lindo) sets a risky contingency plan in motion. At Orchestra, Skouras (Kyle MacLachlan) tests the powers of Dani (guest star Mia Vallet), a newly discovered telepath.


Cosmos (9 PM, Fox)

Cosmos gets both grand and small as it shows us the microscopic wonders at the ocean's greatest depths:

The Ship of the Imagination embarks on a journey through space and time to grasp how the autobiography of the Earth is written in its atoms, its oceans, its continents and all living things. Later, American geologist Marie Tharp (guest voice Seyfried) creates the first true map of Earth's ocean floor, and discovers microscopic life that exists deep beneath the ocean.


Game of Thrones (9 PM, HBO)

This week's episode is "First of His Name." I smell a coronation.

Cersei (Lena Headey) and Tywin (Charles Dance) plot the Crown's next move. Dany (Emilia Clarke) discusses future plans. Jon (Kit Harington) embarks on a new mission.


Resurrection (9 PM, ABC)

The first season finale reveals the consequences of too many returning dead:

The town of Arcadia is in a state of chaos when the return of the deceased reaches a critical mass. Bellamy has no other choice than to ask for outside aid which backfires when Sheriff Fred steps in with his own agenda, triggering a siege on the town that no one saw coming.


Salem (10 PM, WGN)

This does not sound good for John Alden:

Mary decides on a course of action after discovering who witnessed the witches' ceremony.


Robot Chicken (11:30 PM, Adult Swim)

May the Fourth be with you! Sunday's Star Wars Day episode is titled "Rebel Appliance."


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