The Originals: You thought The Vampire Diaries blew through storylines at a breakneck pace in season one?! Well, The Originals is on track to best the mother-show, giving us a handful of major reveals in tonight's episode, including Cami's (Leah Pipes) complex (and heartbreaking) backstory. Her twin brother Sean, a seminary student, killed himself and nine others in a church, a massacre which brought Cami to town searching for answers. In emotional confrontation at Cami's house, Klaus (Joseph Morgan) compels her to forget that supernatural forces were behind her brother's tragedy, but promises to find the monster(s) responsible and make them suffer (while crying a single perfect man tear). Dare we say it was one of the young series' best scenes yet?!
Oh, and guess who's finally undaggered and looking as dashing as ever? Elijah (Daniel Gillies)! Welcome back, sir. We missed you so!
Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: Skye (Chloe Bennet), Skye, Skye, when will you learn you can't outsmart a group of S.H.I.E.L.D. agents?! Oh, in tonight's episode, that's when! After she's accused of hacking the agency's files for Rising Tide, Skye tries to warn the real hacker, her friend-with-benefits Miles, played by One Tree Hill's Austin Nichols! Though the team is hesitant to believe her, Coulson (Clark Gregg) gives Skye a second chance (though she's on probation) when she reveals the real reason she joined the S.H.I.E.L.D. team: She came across a redacted file when trying to find information on her parents! Hm...who could the well-coiffed hacker's parents be?!
New Girl: Who says dramas only drop bombshells?! New Girl did jut that in its Halloween episode, with Schmidt (Max Greenfield) revealing he's moving out of the loft to start the new chapter in his life on his own in the final scene. Fortunately, he's moving just across the hall. Plus, his exit opens up a space in the loft for former roomie Coach (Damon Wayans Jr.), who returns in the hit sitcom's Nov. 5 outing.
The Mindy Project:: Can we discuss how seriously perfect Adam Pally was in tonight's opening scene, pretending Mindy (Mindy Kaling) was an old lady and his hostage in an intense nerf-gun fight in the office. "Hey, where you jumpin' off to, you little piece of bacon? I ain't ready to take you out of the pain," he says in a creepy Southern twang to Mindy, before launching into the pledge of allegiance. This is one bro we totally wouldn't mind bro-ing out with, especially after learning he has a sensitive side, too. (He's still heartbroken over his breakup...that happened a year ago.) Poll time: Would you rather hang with Peter or Happy Endings' Max?!
Ravenswood: Ever wish Pretty Little Liars had a supernatural element? Well, book a one-way bus ticket to Ravenswood, the highly anticipated spinoff that premiered tonight. We loved the gothic campiness of the new series and we're curious to know what you thought of the spookfest.