TV THIS WEEK: Grimm premieres, Teen Wolf and Falling Skies exit

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Dec 17, 2012

It's a big week for comings and goings. Grimm gets the gold as the first show of the fall TV season to premiere, while Teen Wolf and Falling Skies finish out their excellent seasons.

Also this week, Hugo (aka René Auberjonois) returns to hunt an artifact on Warehouse 13, Nina's having issues on Alphas, it's a death-defying season-five finale for Destination Truth, collectors struggle with moderation on the new series Collection Intervention, the Professor's parents unretire on Futurama, something's starting fires on Haunted Collector, Charlie is taken off the ventilator on Saving Hope, Ryan goes on a road trip with Wilfred, Bo ends up in trouble again on Lost Girl, it's a "Timey-Wimey" special for Doctor Who, and Bill continues with his new mission to take over on True Blood.

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

Monday, Aug. 13

Warehouse 13 (Syfy) 9 p.m. - "There's Always a Downside"

Guest stars alert! Star Trek: Deep Space Nine's René Auberjonois returns as Hugo, who's hunting an artifact at his nephew's prep school. Meanwhile, Being Human's Sam Huntington guest-stars as a musician in New Orleans who is being threatened by an artifact. When it comes to Steve, I think we know what the "downside" is.

Here's a preview: