Friday night is cult night, which may be why Rachelle Lefevre, the original Victoria in the first two Twilight movies, is joining CBS' A Gifted Man (8/7c) as Dr. Kate Sykora, among the candidates Michael is interviewing to run the clinic. ... Elsewhere, Jensen Ackles directs an episode of the CW's Supernatural (9/8c) in which Sam follows a lead on a demonic case from his youth. Firefly's Jewel Staite appears as the monster-of-the-week, whose specialty is dining on the brains of low-life thugs. ... On Fringe (Fox, 9/8c), Walter continues having hallucinations of Peter, as we anxiously await his return. ... And Syfy's Sanctuary (10/9c) returns for a fourth season, following a daylong Season 3 marathon (starts at 8 am/7c). In the premiere, Dr. Magnus time-travels to 1898 London to try to stop the notorious Adam Worth from wrecking the natural order of history. In present time, the rest of the team battles a rising tide of Hollow Earth Abnormals.
Can't get enough of the Amanda Knox story? CBS' 48 Hours Mystery offers what it calls Amanda Knox: The Untold Story (10/9c), with correspondent Peter Van Sant revealing details of her time in Italian prison, including a letter alleging that she was subjected to sexual intimidation by a prison administrator.
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