This weekend catch the season finales of The Good Wife and Mr. Selfridge; plus all new episodes of Say Yes to The Dress, Orphan Black, In The Flesh, American Dream Builders and Game of Thrones.
What to Watch: Friday, May 16
9:00pm: Say Yes to the Dress, TLC (30 mins) NEW
Randy helps three brides-to-be including a woman who wants a pink dress and another who has tried on over 100 dresses and is still searching for the perfect outfit.
What to Watch: Saturday, May 17
9:00pm: Orphan Black, BBC America (1 hr) NEW
Rachel goes after Sarah's loved ones and an unexpected guest threatens to ruin Sarah's plans to protect her family.
10:00pm: In The Flesh, BBC America (1 hr) NEW
Kieren's plan to leave town is ruined when MP Maxine imposes a ban on travel by the undead and Jem returns to school after a prank gone wrong.
What to Watch: Sunday, May 18
8:00pm: American Dream Builders, NBC (1 hr) NEW
Out designer Nate Berkus hosts this new reality competition, which pits 12 designers against each other in extreme challenges.
9:00pm: The Good Wife, CBS (1 hr) SEASON FINALE
Alicia and Cary learn about a threat to the firm, Louis Canning angles to get a bigger role at Lockhart/Gardner and Alicia lets Jackie and Veronica plan Zach's high school graduation party.
9:00pm: Game of Thrones, HBO (1 hr) NEW
Brienne follows a new lead, Tyrion finds an ally, Jon's warnings about the wall go unheeded and Daenarys debates the amount of freedom she should allow for Daario.
9:00pm: Mr. Selfridge, PBS (2 hrs) SEASON FINALE
Harry continues to try to re-build his reputation as his mother and daughters arrive from America, the Selfridges invite Mae into their home and Rose leaves for the country.
This morning and afternoon, check your local listings for information about Ellen, The Talk (CBS), The Gossip Table (VH1) and The Chew (ABC). Soap operas Days of Our Lives on NBC and General Hospital on ABC (check local listings for time) both feature out characters.
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