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PopWatch Planner: 'Sherlock' premiere, 'Sleepy Hollow' finale, more

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As your favorite shows slowly start to come back from hiatus, it’s time to say goodbye to others. But don’t worry. Between Sherlock‘s season 3 return and the introduction of Wahlburgers, your week is sure to be full of just as many (if not more) hellos as it is goodbyes.

Here’s a look at what’s in store for your pop-culture memories this week:


Sherlock  10 p.m., PBS Masterpiece

Benedict Cumberbatch returns for Sherlock‘s season 3 premiere, in which Holmes returns to the living after two years away. And with a “critical” terror alert, things are only going to get more interesting. Did I mention Benedict Cumberbatch?


Sleepy Hollow season finale, 8 p.m., FOX

In the two-hour season finale, Ichabod and Abbie learn truth about George Washington’s death as Capt. Irving makes a difficult decision that will change his future.


The Biggest Loser, 8 p.m., NBC

It’s the moment everyone waits for — fans and contestants, alike. Who’s ready for a makeover?! Watch as the contestants reunite with friends and family looking better than ever.


Wahlburgers, 10:31 p.m., A&E

Mark Wahlberg is getting a reality show?! And his family owns a hamburger restaurant?!


The Vampire Diaries, 8 p.m., The CW

In The Vampire Diaries‘ 100th episode, all the focus is on little miss Katherine as she could be on the verge of taking her final breath. But will she leave her beloved Salvatore brothers forever? That, my friends, is the question.


Enlisted, 9:30 p.m., Fox

In Enlisted‘s third episode, Pete decides he needs a little break from his platoon. And although moving to an airstream doesn’t solve all his problems, it does lead to an episode that is equal parts funny and touching.


I, Frankenstein in theaters

Aaron Eckhart is taking over theaters as a modern-day Frankenstein. Warning: 21st-Century Frankenstein looks pretty good shirtless.


Orfeo by Richard Powers

Powers’ latest novel examines the repeating patterns underlying music and science … until the day his own patterns cause him appear on Homeland Security’s radar. With Powers now an unexpected fugitive, this book won’t be easy to put down.