These are the guest stars and events that the networks have planned for the second week of November sweeps:
Monday, Nov. 11
How I Met Your Mother (CBS)
Breaking Bad's Bryan Cranston is back as Ted's reviled, pompous former boss.
Beauty and the Beast (The CW)
While Cat finally confronts her birth father about the mysterious role he's played in her life, Vincent rescues a high-profile beast's daughter who fears she's just like her dad.
Sleepy Hollow (Fox)
John Cho returns (again) as the enigmatic Andy Brooks.
Will Ellen save Duncan's life now that she knows just how expendable her family is in the much larger scheme to kill the president?
Tuesday, Nov. 12
The Biggest Loser (NBC)
Sam Kass, the White House senior policy advisor on nutrition, joins kid ambassadors for the contestants' cooking challenge.
The Originals (The CW)
It's the first Originals-Vampire Diaries crossover when Tyler shows up to face Klaus once and for all.
Supernatural (The CW)
Reunited and it feels so good! Cas and Dean work together on a case involving disappearances in the area.
NCIS: LA (CBS)
Hetty's career is jeopardized when a case reconnects her to someone from her past.
The Mindy Project (Fox)
When Mindy reveals her crush to Danny, he thinks she's talking about him, but it's really a lawyer named Cliff, played by It's Always Sunny's Glenn Howerton.
Scandal: America's Top 10 (ABC)
A countdown of the top 10 political scandals in U.S. history.
Wednesday, Nov. 13
The X Factor (Fox)
It's '80s night for the finalists, who must perform songs from the decade.
Law & Order: SVU (NBC)
The squad goes head-to-head with the military when a junior officer (Shiri Appleby) is raped.
Super Fun Night (ABC)
Molly Shannon guests as a relationship guru nicknamed "The Love Lioness" who holds a seminar that Kimmie attends.
As Teddy and Peggy's wedding day approaches, Maddie tells her mom that she wants to get to know Deacon better. Rayna and Luke, meanwhile, begin to get closer as they bond over parenting and exes.
Thursday, Nov. 14
The Vampire Diaries (The CW)
Damon turns to Tessa as his last hope to bring Bonnie back to life, while Elena has to protect another one of her doppelgangers, Amara.
The Big Bang Theory (CBS)
Kate Micucci returns as Lucy, Raj's ex-girlfriend, who has a run-in with Penny.
The Crazy Ones (CBS)
Brad Garrett begins his recurring role as Gordon Lewis, Simon's original partner of the ad agency.
Grey's Anatomy (ABC)
Hector Elizondo returns as Callie's dad, whom she calls for help with a malpractice suit.
Friday, Nov. 15
Raising Hope (Fox)
The comedy kicks off its fourth season with an appearance from Jeffrey Tambor, who plays a mysterious resident continually popping up in the Chances' lives.
America's Next Top Model (The CW)
Will it be a guy or a girl who is named the winner of the show's 20th cycle?
Hawaii Five-0 (CBS)
Nick Jonas guest-stars as a computer hacker whose motives might be even more complicated than the team suspects.
Saturday, Nov. 16
As It Happened: John F. Kennedy 50 Years (CBS)
In the hour-long special, Bob Schieffer recalls his interview with the mother of Lee Harvey Oswald, while new conspiracy theories are also explored.
Sunday, Nov. 17
Almost Human (Fox)
On the series premiere of the futuristic cop drama, a veteran cop (Karl Urban) is paired with an android (Michael Ealy).
The Good Wife (CBS)
Eli's love life is stirred up when Natalie Flores (America Ferrera) returns to bring a case to Alicia's firm.
Many of the Graysons set their sights on Daniel's newly resurfaced ex with hopes that she'll break up Daniel and Emily's engagement.
What are you looking forward to watching?