Jamie Lee Curtis stars in this low-budget but high-quality 1978 horror movie from director John Carpenter. A murderous man returns after 15 years to continue the homicidal rampage he began as a boy. This film spawned numerous sequels. Donald Pleasence co-stars. As Alfred Hitchcock did with "Psycho," Carpenter makes his audience think they are seeing violence that is never actually depicted. He also composed the insidious little musical earworm that recurs throughout much of his movie.
2 Broke Girls
No stranger to unscripted shows, Kim Kardashian West may prove helpful to Max and Caroline (Kat Dennings, Beth Behrs) as she plays herself in this sitcom's fourth-season premiere, "And the Reality Problem." The waitresses and cupcake entrepreneurs get a chance to appear in an episode of "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" -- and you can expect comedic complications to ensue. Series co-creator and executive producer Michael Patrick King wrote the story.
Davina and Mikael (Danielle Campbell, Sebastian Roche) seek refuge from Klaus (Joseph Morgan) in the new episode "Live and Let Die." Cami (Leah Pipes) complicates matters by accidentally letting Klaus know where they are, then goes with him. Aided by Elijah and Marcel (Daniel Gillies, Charles Michael Davis), Hayley (Phoebe Tonkin) tries to stop Vincent's (guest star Yusuf Gatewood) campaign to create an army of werewolves by enlisting teens.
In different ways, the past comes back to haunt both Gordon and Bullock (Ben McKenzie, Donal Logue) anew in the new episode "Spirit of the Goat." As a murderer preys upon children of members of the city's high society, Bullock recalls a very similar case he worked before. Previous actions by Gordon have fresh fallout. Guest stars include Carol Kane and Dan Hedaya. Jada Pinkett Smith, Erin Richards and David Mazouz also star.
Taylor Swift knows a thing or two -- or 100 -- about musical success that she can impart to this show's contestants. In the same week her new album "1989" debuts, the superstar makes her first of several appearances as the competition's so-called Knockout Rounds begin with "The Knockouts Premiere." She gives pointers to the hopefuls chosen by all four of this season's principal coaches: Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani and Pharrell Williams.
The wrap-up of a new three-part program from Jacksonville, Fla., involves history to a major degree. A woman seeks the value of an autographed photograph of NASA's "Mercury 7" astronauts given to her by her father-in-law, an Air Force officer. Also assessed: a document signed by Abraham Lincoln and given to its current holder's great-great-great-uncle for serving with the then-president in a mission to see slavery abolished. Mark L. Walberg is the host.
Some members of the creative team from NBC's recently renewed "Hollywood Game Night" are behind this new comic weekly game show. In each episode, host Jon Gabrus and his accomplices take over a working hair salon and ambush unsuspecting clients with an array of pop culture games in which the contestants could win up to $10,000 -- or go home with one very strange new haircut.
NFC East foes with opposing fortunes go at it tonight at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, where Tony Romo and the Dallas Cowboys will look to continue their winning ways against the injury-riddled Washington Redskins. Less than two years removed from their first playoff appearance in five years, the 'Skins have been among the league's worst teams with franchise quarterback Robert Griffin III and other starters on the sidelines.
Divorce has been in their plans for some time, so both Carol and Tom (Margo Martindale, Beau Bridges) are stunned by their reactions when it's finally time for push to come to shove in the new episode "Reunited and It Feels So Bad." Signing the papers turns out to be not as easy as they expected, prompting them to rethink the matter. The situation also prompts Nathan and Debbie (Will Arnett, Jayma Mays) to fear their parents actually might stay together.
Is it the end for Team Scorpion already? Not likely, given this show's ratings so far -- but that threat is an element of the new episode "True Colors." The geniuses must get a psychiatric evaluation after allegedly taking drastic measures regarding an art exhibit. Paige (Katharine McPhee) needs her colleagues' help to deal with son Ralph's (Riley B. Smith) negativity about a Halloween party at school. Linda Hunt guest stars in her "NCIS: Los Angeles" role.
Jane the Virgin
The future of Jane and Michael (Gina Rodriguez, Brett Dier) is uncertain, to put it mildly, in the new "Chapter Three." She puts much thought into where they may be headed under her new circumstances. Alba (Ivonne Coll) tries to prevent Rogelio (Jaime Camil) from making the situation even more complicated. Jane worries whether Petra (Yael Grobglas) will be a suitable mother. Filmmaker Brad Silberling ("City of Angels") directed the story.
The son of Sheriff August Corbin (Clancy Brown) comes back from military duty in the new episode "And the Abyss Gazes Back," and while his father -- or, more accurately, his deceased father's spirit -- is glad to have him home, something seems amiss. Ichabod and Abbie (Tom Mison, Nicole Beharie) notice it, then worry that the returnee might have something sinister in mind. Orlando Jones, Katia Winter and John Noble also star.