What to Watch on TV This Weekend: December 2-4

Tonight catch all new episodes of Extreme Makeover: Home Edition and Say Yes to the Dress, on Saturday a showing of Sweet Home Alabama, and on Sunday Desperate Housewives, Boardwalk Empire, Hung, and a showing of The Kids are All Right.

What to Watch on TV: Friday, December 2

8:00pm Extreme Makeover: Home Edition ABC (1 hr) NEW

Part 1: The theme is anti-bullying! The team helps begin building a home for the family of Sirdeaner Walker, an 11-year-old who committed suicide because of being bullied.

9:00pm Extreme Makeover: Home Edition ABC (1 hr) NEW

Part 2: The team concludes building the home for the family who has taken their tragedy and turned it into an anti-bullying movement, a catalyst for the implementation of a national comprehensive anti-bullying law.

9:00pm Say Yes to the Dress TLC (30 min) NEW

Catch how Randy handles tonight's soon-to-be bride!

What to Watch on TV: Saturday, December 3

8:00pm: Sweet Home Alabama CMT (2 hrs) REPEAT
In this GLAAD Media Awards nominated film a young New York City designer (Reese Witherspoon) returns home to her husband (Jake Perry) in Alabama and tries to convince him to sign divorce papers.

What to Watch on TV: Sunday, December 4

10:00pm Hung ABC (30 mins) NEW

Ray might be rekindling a flame with Jessica but how will that affect Tanya? Meanwhile, the hunt for Charlie begins.

9:00pm Boardwalk Empire HBO (1 hr) NEW

Angela and her new lover were killed in last week's episode. How will Jimmy respond to this?

9:00pm Desperate Housewives ABC (1 hr) NEW

Chuck starts to individually question Susan, Lynette and Gaby about Alejandro's disappearance. Keep your eyes peeled for Bob and Lee!

7:00pm The Kids Are All Right, HBO Signature  (2 hrs) REPEAT
Catch the GLAAD Media Award winning film about a lesbian couple and their children who welcome the kids’ biological father into their lives.

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About What to Watch on TV
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