What to Watch: Thurs, September 13

An all-new season of Glee premieres tonight, with guest-star Kate Hudson playing Rachel's new dance teacher

Kate Hudson will steam up the screen on Glee

Glee (New Season)
9 p.m., Global & Fox
While the future of New Directions is still up in the air after the graduation of Finn and Rachel, there is some good news in that local girl Carly Rae Jepsen’s “Call Me Maybe” is one of the numbers performed in the opening episode. Meanwhile, Rachel meets her tough new dance teacher (Kate Hudson) when she begins her studies at the New York Academy of Dramatic Arts.

What’s That About? (New Season)
7 p.m. & 11 p.m., Knowledge
In “The Scrapyard,” we meet Herbert Black, a millionaire who has made his money by picking up what we throw away. This episode follows Black as he tries to pull together enough junked cars and abandoned appliances to ship an order of scrap metal to an overseas customer.

bullyPROOF: Classroom Confidential
7 p.m. & 10 p.m., News Network
Reporter Mark Kelley returns to the halls of a typical Canadian high school to look at the epidemic of bullying and to try to understand why some people do it and how it often affects the victims for years to come.

My Babysitter’s a Vampire
7:30 p.m., Teletoon
This Canadian kids’ sitcom is back with babysitter Sarah trying to deal with having become a vampire and Ethan trying to find a cure for her — mostly so that he can ask her out on a date. Meanwhile, a new enemy has moved to town with plans to wipe out all things supernatural.

The Vampire Diaries
8 p.m., The CW; 9 p.m., CTV2
Everyone seems to be looking forward to the 1920s-themed dance in this repeat episode until things take a deadly turn when Damon and Stefan arrive requesting Matt and Bonnie’s help in preventing a spell that could be destructive for them all.

America’s Got Talent (Season Finale)
8 p.m., Citytv & NBC
America has voted, and judges Howie Mandel, Sharon Osbourne and Howard Stern reveal which act will be this season’s big winner.