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MONDAY: TOM MISON
Bright blue eyes and a British accent make Mison Sleepy Hollow's best selling point (no offense, Headless Horseman). The actor brings handsomeness and humbleness to the FOX series as Ichabod Crane, a Revolutionary War soldier who is awakened from a deep sleep in order to battle the legendary baddie while learning to cope with life in present-day New York. "It's a subject that people seem to be very interested in is our sartorial choices," Mison quipped of his dated military garb, though we're guessing that has more to do with when he'll be taking it off.
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TUESDAY: JOSEPH MORGAN & DANIEL GILLIES
Fans of The Vampire Diaries have twice as many reasons to look forward to this fall TV season with Morgan and Gillies starring in their own spin-off, The Originals. The CW series finds the pair, who play vampire siblings Klaus and Elijah, moving to New Orleans in a bid to reclaim dominance in their old hometown – but the real battle could come between the two, with perennial good guy Elijah having to keep his bad-boy brother at bay.
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WEDNESDAY: BLAIR UNDERWOOD
The actor brings his signature charm – and smolder – to NBC in a reboot of 1960s crime drama Ironside, which stars Underwood as its titular hero, a police detective in a wheelchair. "This is in some ways kind of a tribute to her," he told Today of how he tackles the role from the perspective of his mother, who has been in a wheelchair for more than a decade due to multiple sclerosis. "She always says, 'My world's at 4-feet high. I see everything at 4-feet high.' So we try to even shoot the show, in many ways, from that perspective."
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THURSDAY: JAMES WOLK
It's not insane to tune into CBS office comedy The Crazy Ones just for the scene-stealing Wolk, who plays an ad executive alongside Robin Williams, the firm's head. "First of all, James Wolk is a star," costar Sarah Michelle Gellar gushed. "Like I said to Robin, 'It's great that you're Robin Williams and you're great and you're funny, but Jimmy Wolk is stealing this entire show from you. Like, watch out.'"
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FRIDAY: JIMMY FALLON
Thursday night might be considered must-see TV, but Friday nights are for staying up late – and that's exactly where Late Night with Jimmy Fallon comes in. During his tenure as host, the funnyman has quickly endeared himself to his audience, and he's got a good reason for doing so: the best guests, ranging from viral video collaborator Justin Timberlake to lip-sync champions Joseph Gordon-Levitt and John Krasinski.
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SATURDAY: BECK BENNETT
Saturday Night Live may have added a slate of new stars to replace departing cast members Bill Hader and Jason Sudeikis, but there's one face that's more familiar than you may realize: Bennett, who stars on the popular ATampT adverts in which he interviews kids in a classroom. Knowing what he can do with 30 seconds, we're more than ready to see what laughs he can deliver over an hour.
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SUNDAY: RUPERT FRIEND
Gone are the days when Friend was a wannabe gentleman romancing the Bennett sisters in 2005's Pride amp Prejudice, and in his place stands ruthless CIA operative Peter Quinn, an ally of Claire Danes on Showtime's Homeland. "[He] is meticulously trained and doesn't need anything but the essentials," the actor told The New York Times of his deadly onscreen persona – and we wouldn't have it any other way.
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