Over on cable, A&E has the third season premiere of Barter Kings, Discovery Channel has the series premiere of Dukes of Haggle, Disney has the series premiere of Wolfblood, and ESPN has the second fall season premiere of 30 for 30.
Next Tuesday, The CW has the timeslot premiere of The Originals and the ninth season premiere of Supernatural and NBC has the 15th season premiere of The Biggest Loser.
Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (ABC): New. Coulson and his new team head to Peru to investigate a mysterious object. Runs 61 minutes.
New Girl (FOX): New. Jess and Nick invite Schmidt out on a double date, which causes some problems for him. Winston attempts to get a table at a popular restaurant for him and his friends.
The Mindy Project (FOX): New. Mindy deals with Casey deciding to change careers. Much of the office goes to a music festival. Jeremy left alone to run the office decides to hire a new doctor. A good episode, but this show still doesn’t seem to know what it wants to be.
Sons of Anarchy (FX): New. The club deals with an attack on the compound, which leads them to seek revenge. Runs 91 minutes. Plays three times.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine (FOX): New. Det. Peralta realizes he is in a slump after a slew of unsolved cases. Starts at the half hour after Dads and runs 30 minutes. Fun episode.
The Goldbergs (ABC): New. Beverly takes Adam shopping for some new clothes for school. The family skating tradition may come to an end. Starts a minute after the hour and runs 30 minutes.
Trophy Wife (ABC): New. Kate wants more responsibility, so Pete has her help coach Bert’s soccer team. Starts a minute after the half hour and runs 29 minutes.
Person of Interest (CBS): New. Reese attempts to protect an Internet entrepreneur that violates the privacy of people. Carter gets a new rookie partner.
Castle (TNT): Six episodes tonight.
Criminal Minds (ION): Nine episodes.
The Jeffersons (TV One): Has 12 episodes early.
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (USA Network): Has 12 episodes.
Will & Grace (WEtv): Has 24 episodes.