"The Simpsons" will kick off a night of Halloween-themed fun Nov. 7, in an episode featuring guest voice appearances by stage and screen vets Daniel Radcliffe and Hugh Laurie.
The "Glee" episode, to air Oct. 26 at 8 PM ET, will follow Will's (Matthew Morrison) efforts to have the glee club stage The Rocky Horror Show as the annual school musical after he learns that Emma (Jayma Mays) has discovered the cult show and its film version and fallen in love with it. Songs to be performed include "Time Warp" and "Dammit, Janet."
"Raising Hope," which will air following "Glee" from 9-10 PM ET, will follow Jimmy's (Lucas Neff) wrestling with whether or not to show Hope videos of her mother sent from prison, while Virginia (Tony nominee Martha Plimpton) takes Maw Maw (stage and screen star Cloris Leachman) trick-or-treating.
The 21st annual Halloween "Treehouse of Horror" episode of "The Simpsons" finds Lisa attracted to new student Edmund (Radcliffe), who turns out to be a vampire, and Marge and Homer, out on their second honeymoon, confronted by a suspicious castaway (Laurie). Halloween-themed episodes of "The Cleveland Show," "Family Guy" and "American Dad" will follow.