Oscar winner Geena Davis hasn't done series television in a while, but that changes as she joins the medical drama's cast in the Season 11 premiere, "I Must Have Lost It on the Wind." Not surprisingly, she plays a surgeon. Kelly McCreary ("Emily Owens, M.D.") also makes her debut as another new doctor at the hospital. Meredith (Ellen Pompeo) tries to keep things status quo, but Derek (Patrick Dempsey) wants to move. Co-star Kevin McKidd directed the tale.
The Vampire Diaries
In the wake of an unexpected tragedy, Damon (Ian Somerhalder) forces himself to hold it together and pushes Bonnie (Kat Graham) to stop the disintegration of the Other Side. Caroline (Candice Accola) steps in when Liv (Penelope Mitchell) rebuffs Elena's (Nina Dobrev) plea for help. Armed with new information from Sheriff Forbes (Marguerite MacIntyre), Damon comes up with a plan that has a literally explosive outcome in "Home."
Booth (David Boreanaz) is behind bars as Season 10 of the mystery series opens with "The Conspiracy in the Corpse." His colleagues try to clear him and secure his release by probing the matter that put him in prison, a man's death 16 years earlier. Booth has to face vengeful convicts he helped put away -- and he might not have it much easier once he's out, thanks to an FBI man (guest star John Boyd, "Argo") who's eager to prove himself. Emily Deschanel also stars.
The Biggest Loser
The contestants face two challenges in the aptly titled new episode "Double Header." First, they have to show how much they know - or don't - about nutrition, with every wrong answer causing food to be consumed by their trainers. Then, the competitors have to demonstrate their endurance, with a trip to "Comeback Canyon" resulting in certain cases. The trainers include Jessie Pavelka, Dolvett Quince and Jennifer Widerstrom. Alison Sweeney is the host.
Filmmaker Allan Luebke used Kickstarter to help fund this character-driven 2013 documentary, which follows 30-something single mom Glena Avila as she embarks on an uphill battle to become a mixed martial artist. Luebke originally planned to do only a short film, but the project ballooned to feature length over the next three years. The finished film has received several film festival awards as well as warm critical praise for its celebration of tenacity and courage in the face of long odds.
A pair of NFC East rivals coming off down seasons clash tonight in Landover, Md., where the Washington Redskins defend home turf from the New York Giants. After going 7-9 (after an 0-6 start), the G-Men revamped their secondary and receiver corps, but their fortunes, as usual, will ride on the arm of inconsistent Eli Manning. The 'Skins, meanwhile, hope to keep their franchise quarterback, Robert Griffin III, healthy and avoid another 3-13 season.
What happened after Olivia and Jake (Kerry Washington, Scott Foley) flew off to presumed happiness? As confirmed by the fourth season premiere, "Randy, Red, Superfreak and Julia," it's probably no surprise things didn't turn out quite as planned. Fitz (Tony Goldwyn) starts his second term determined to generate more positive results for America, aided by Cyrus (Jeff Perry). Portia De Rossi joins the cast in the episode written by executive producer Shonda Rhimes.
Don't Be Tardy...
In the season finale, a new episode called "Off the Bench," Kim throws Kroy a surprise party attended by his closest friends from all over before he heads off to training camp. The gathering marks the end of extended quality time with his family as Kroy, who has spent most of the season benched with a torn Achilles tendon, braces himself to return to the gridiron.
Klaus and Elijah (Joseph Morgan, Daniel Gillies) search for Hayley (Phoebe Tonkin). Francesca (Peta Sargent) meets with Oliver and Jackson (Chase Coleman, Nathan Parsons) to discuss the werewolves' future in New Orleans. After Marcel (Charles Michael Davis) and his vampires are attacked, Davina and Cami (Danielle Campbell, Leah Pipes) join forces against Klaus, who makes a desperate, heartbreaking decision in the first-season finale, "From a Cradle to a Grave."
The designers hit the streets of New York in search of a stranger who can serve as their creative muse. Once found, they have to convince the person in question to undergo a Mary Kay makeover as part of the look they want to design for them. Model Asha Leo and actress Michelle Monaghan ("True Detective") are guest judges for the new episode "Find Your Muse."
How to Get Away With Murder
In a real rarity, one producer -- Shonda Rhimes -- gets to "own" all of one network's primetime lineup on one night weekly as this new drama joins her ongoing "Grey's Anatomy" and "Scandal." Viola Davis ("The Help") stars as an attorney and law professor who encourages students to expand beyond classroom lessons, sometimes questionably, in mounting defenses for clients. Cast regulars also include Alfred Enoch, Katie Findlay, Jack Falahee and Liza Weil.
Beat Bobby Flay
Simon Majumdar and Donatella Arpaia -- both notoriously tough judges on "Iron Chef America" -- bring their knowledge about Bobby Flay's strengths and weaknesses as they decide whether Stephen Durley or Tim Wiechmann would be the chef more likely to kick Bobby off his throne. Guest judges April Bloomfield, Scott Gerber and Maureen Pstrosky render their verdict on the face-off between the ordained challenger and Bobby in the new episode "Ruling With an Iron Fist."