Teen Wolf (MTV, 9:00 p.m.) — Teen Wolf is back for its final season. Prepare to say goodbye to the pack, but not before they deal with supernatural forces trying to tear them apart. It’s likely Dylan O’Brien won’t be seen much this season — he’s a bona fide movie star now — but expect the group to be spending most of their energy trying to remember their buddy Stiles, whose memory has been erased thanks to the Riders.
Good Behavior (TNT, 9:00 p.m.) — This new crime thriller sees Michelle Dockery playing Letty, a lady con artist newly sprung from jail who’s trying to go straight. Unfortunately for her, she gets entangled in a dangerous relationship with Javier, a killer. When Javier forces Letty to pose as his wife to help him with his next job, she befriends the mark’s wife and tries to escape. We’re a long way from Downton Abbey people.
Shooter (USA, 10:00 p.m.) — USA”s remake of the Mark Wahlberg thriller finally gets its premiere after being delayed because of the Dallas shootings over the summer. The premise here is basically the same as the film: Retired Marine sniper Bob Lee Swagger (Ryan Phillippe) is recruited by his former commander to prevent an assassination of the U.S. president. Things go downhill for the guy from there.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine (Fox, 8:00 p.m.) — Rosa and Pimento decide to get married and they put Amy in charge of getting the squad ready for the big day. While she’s delegating, Jake and Gina search for Pimento’s grandmother’s ruby earrings.
NCIS (CBS, 8:00 p.m.) — Abby, Bishop and McGee try to convince landlord Tony DiNozzo Sr. to sublet Tony’s apartment and Torres breaks protocol when he learns a witness in an NCIS case is wanted by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
The Flash (CW, 8:00 p.m.) — Barry has to come clean about what happened to Wally in Flashpoint after he starts having dreams about being Kid Flash.
The Middle (ABC, 8:00 p.m.) — Frankie and Mike realize it’s Brick’s 15th birthday and time for their youngest to learn to drive, but Brick ends up running down an Orson landmark when Axl lets him drive the Winnebago.
The Voice (NBC, 8:00 p.m.) — The Top 12 gets dwindled down as artists advance in tonight’s results edition.
WWE SmackDown (USA, 8:00 p.m.) — SmackDown reaches a milestone tonight with it’s 900th episode and Hall of Famer Edge and The Undertaker are here to celebrate.
American Housewife (ABC, 8:30 p.m.) — In order to get Anna-Kat get invited to a popular girl’s birthday party, Katie has to act like all the other snotty moms at her daughter’s school.
New Girl (Fox, 8:30 p.m.) — Nick confronts his own vanity when Cece hires a hunky new bartender; Jess wades into the dating pool again with Schmidt’s help; and Winston enjoys some newfound confidence and a rise in popularity with the ladies.
Bull (CBS, 9:00 p.m.) — Bull faces a surgeon with a big ego and a God complex who is being sued for malpractice.
Fresh Off the Boat (ABC, 9:00 p.m.) — Emery and Evan grow interested in the restaurant business when Jessica and Louis open Cattleman’s Ranch on Thanksgiving and the kids see how much money they can make, but when Eddie decides to blow off the rest of eighth grade, Jessica teaches him the meaning of hard work.
This Is Us (NBC, 9:00 p.m.) — We finally learn why Randall and Kevin have such a tumultuous relationship when they confront their respective pasts and (hopefully) make amends with each other. Meanwhile, Kate feels conflicted when Toby strays from his diet and, in the past, Rebecca and Jack address their crumbling marriage.
Scream Queens (Fox, 9:00 p.m.) — The frightful events of Halloween force Dean Munsch to notify authorities of murders at the Institute, which leads to a surprising influx of new patients. Meanwhile, Chanel is tired of doing dirty work, so she concocts a plan that entails recruiting new patients to join the Chanels.
The Real O’Neals (ABC, 9:30 p.m.) — Both Eileen and Pat invite dinner dates to the family’s Thanksgiving dinner. Things go pretty much the way you’d expect them to.
Chicago Fire (NBC, 10:00 p.m.) — After Casey is unable to save a woman from a burning house, he and Severide argue what caused the fire.
David Blaine: Beyond Magic (ABC, 10:00 p.m.) — The world is going to sh*t but at least David Blaine is here to give us some joy with hist street magic. Enjoy as he blows the minds of some famous faces including David Beckham; Johnny Depp; Drake; Steph Curry; Dave Chappelle; John Travolta; Patrick Stewart; and Emma Stone. David Blaine, you’re an angel. A weird, slightly creepy, angel.
Ink Master (Spike, 10:00 p.m.) — The Elimination Tattoo features head-to-head portraits and an artist scores a surprising win during a Flash Challenge.
NCIS: New Orleans (CBS, 10:00 p.m.) — A Navy Seal candidate who was murdered just before his graduation leads the team to investigate unorthodox training exercises
Tosh.0 (Comedy Central, 10:00 p.m.) — In which Tosh gets a facial and takes a step back from Internet challenges.
Sweet/Vicious (MTV, 10:00 p.m.) — This new comedy follows two college gals who attend class by day and battle crime by night. It’s the hacker super heroine action TV series you never knew you needed.
Drunk History (Comedy Central, 10:30 p.m.) — We learn about Victor Lustig, the con artist who sold the Eiffel Tower; Emily Roebling, the woman who basically built the Brooklyn Bridge; and William Shakespeare, not when he was writing plays but when he was stealing theaters.
Billy on the Street (truTV, 10:30 p.m.) — Billy Eichner is back harassing the people of New York City with some celebrities in tow. First up, he asks strangers on the street if they’d be open to a threesome with Jon Hamm. The man is doing God’s work.
LATE NIGHT GUESTS
Jimmy Kimmel Live!: Casey Affleck, Garth Brooks
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: Warren Beatty, Naomie Harris, Robbie Robertson, Amine
The Late Show With Stephen Colbert: Anna Kendrick, Mahershala Ali, Chris Gethard
Late Night With Seth Meyers: Billy Bob Thornton, Lily Collins, Sanjay Gupta, Atom Willard
The Late Late Show With James Corden: Matthew Broderick, America Ferrera, Local Natives
The Daily Show With Trevor Noah: Desus Nice & The Kid Mero
Conan: Matt LeBlanc, Anthony Bourdain, Dana Gould