TV THIS WEEK: Nimoy goes Big Bang, Game of Thrones back and more

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Dec 16, 2012

Oh, it's a big week as we say goodbye to Alcatraz and Merlin and hello to Game of Thrones. But the really big news is that we'll get some Spock action thanks to Leonard Nimoy's voice on The Big Bang Theory.

Also this week, Aidan and Suren make plans for the future on Syfy's Being Human, Dyson may have killed a Dark Fae on Lost Girl, the ghost hunters take on Frankenstein on Ghost Hunters International, it's all about bugs for Clive and his team on Monster Man, Stefan and Damon's plan to kill Klaus takes shape on The Vampire Diaries, Blackwell gets a message from a witch hunter on The Secret Circle, Martin meets a homeless man who's obsessed with numbers on Touch, "Nothing As It Seems" on Fringe, we find out more about Capt. Renard's motives on Grimm, the brothers try to help Garth on Supernatural, Annie kills a neighbor on BBC America's Being Human, a UFO crash threatens the Earth on Syfy's Seattle Superstorm, and Regina's reasons for seeking revenge are explained on Once Upon a Time.

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

Monday, March 26

Alcatraz (Fox) 9 p.m. - "Garrett Stillman; Tommy Madsen"

Two-hour season-one finale! Rebecca and Doc go after Rebecca's grandfather, who could possibly be the key to the mystery of the 63s. Meanwhile, a discovery is made beneath Alcatraz. What do you think? Should Alcatraz get a second season?

Here's a sneak peek: