TV THIS WEEK: Falling Skies, Teen Wolf, True Blood and more!

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Dec 17, 2012

Looks like we'll get plenty of angst, drama and death as Falling Skies, Teen Wolf and True Blood near the end of their seasons, with each having only a handful of episodes to air.

Also this week, Kate Mulgrew returns to Warehouse 13, an Alpha with super speed causes trouble for the Alphas, Team Truth hunts down a Creature of the Black Lagoon on Destination Truth, a Louisiana Swamp Woman is investigated on Haunted Highway, Fry has an accident on Futurama, Ben 10 gets a new series called Ben 10: Omniverse, a plantation turned museum has paranormal activity on Haunted Collector, School Spirits ends its season at a Pennsylvania university, Ryan's unique friendship may come to an end on Wilfred, Bo goes back to school on Lost Girl, a Doctor Who special takes a look at The Science of Doctor Who, Yancy Butler plays with sharks in Syfy's latest horror movie, Shark Week, and the Bio Channel offers up a new paranormal series called The uneXplained.

Here's what we have to look forward to this week on sci-fi, fantasy and paranormal TV.

Monday, July 30

Warehouse 13 (Syfy) 9 p.m. - "An Evil Within"

Kate Mulgrew alert! Pete's mom (Mulgrew) pops by for a visit, Claudia tries to bring Steve (Aaron Ashmore) back from the dead, and Pete and Myka investigate when hallucinations turn people into angry mobs who attack the innocent.

Here's a preview:

Ben 10: Omniverse (Cartoon Network) 8:30 p.m. - "The More Things Change"

Series sneak peek! New aliens, two Bens and all new adventures. The fourth installment of the Ben 10 franchise kicks off with a sneak peek before its premiere on Aug. 4. In the series, 16-year-old Ben must team up with his 11-year-old self and an alien named Rook after being targeted by a mysterious hunter known as Khyber.

Here's a look:

Haunted Collector (Syfy) 9 p.m. - "Octagon Hall/Bare Bones"

John and the team head to Kentucky to investigate an 8-sided plantation and Civil War hospital that's been turned into a museum.

Here's a promo:

School Spirits (Syfy) 10 p.m. - "Frat House Phantom"

Season finale! The show's season finale delves into a ghost story that took place in a fraternity house at Slippery Rock University in Pennsylvania involving the unsettling spirit of a local Native American.

Here's a preview:

Other Wednesday shows of interest:

On the Science Channel's Through the Wormhole With Morgan Freeman (10 p.m.), it's a time-traveling look at "Will Eternity End?"

Thursday, Aug. 2

Wilfred (FX) 10 p.m. - "Avoidance"

Could this be the end of Wilfred and Ryan's friendship? A sticky situation just might be the cause.

Here's a preview:

Friday, Aug. 3

Lost Girl (Syfy) 10 p.m. - "School's Out"

Bo's latest investigation takes her back to school to pose as a teacher—and no doubt one who will be a favorite with the boys—while Lauren returns from her trip.

Other Friday shows of interest:

On National Geographic's Chasing UFOs (10 p.m.), the team heads to the Kennedy Space Center for its latest UFO hunt.

Saturday, Aug. 4

The Science of Doctor Who (BBC America) 9 p.m.

Get ready for a series of Doctor Who specials that will lead up to the premiere of season seven. First up, it's a look at the real science concepts and ideas in the show.

Here's a peek at Doctor Who's seventh season:

Shark Week (Syfy) 9 p.m.

Yancy Butler and Patrick Bergin star in this horror movie from Asylum about a rich madman who traps a group of strangers on his island and forces them to face a gauntlet of deadly sharks (as if there's any other kind that would grace Syfy!).

The uneXplained (Bio Channel) 10 & 10:30 p.m. - "Disappearance at Dead Man's Curve" and "My Mysterious Seizures"

Series premiere! This new series takes a look at human mysteries that are explored through metaphysical practices. First up, a psychic helps in the search for a missing man in New Orleans. And then a single mother of three asks a shamanic healer for help with severe seizures.

Here's a promo:

Other Saturday shows of interest:

On Bio's Celebrity Ghost Stories (9 p.m.), celebs Tiffany, Tony Plana and Morgan Brittany relive their run-ins with spirits. On the Science Channel's Dark Matters: Twisted but True (10 p.m.), John Noble's freaky series delves into brain surgery that creates a perfect amnesiac and a tiny issue that takes place during an A-Bomb test in "Amnesiac, Party Poopers, Risky Radiation." And on BBC America's The Nerdist (10 p.m.), Chris Hardwick and his crew discuss great science innovators and stories the way only true nerds can.

Sunday, Aug. 5

Falling Skies (TNT) 9 p.m. - "Death March"

The 2nd Mass marches toward Charleston, while some grieve over those who've been lost. Meanwhile, Matt makes a connection with a harnessed girl, and information comes to light about Trector's past.

Here's a preview:

True Blood (HBO) 9 p.m. - "Everybody Wants to Rule the World"

Salome and the Chancellors begin their vampire holy war, and Bill appears onboard for what's to come. Meanwhile, the anti-supernatural movement endangers Sookie. Guess she shouldn't have tried to drain her powers.

Here's a look:

Other Sunday shows of interest:

On Lifetime's Drop Dead Diva (9 p.m.) Jane and Grayson take the case of a woman who has been eating her late husband's ashes in "Ashes to Ashes."

What are you going to watch?