This weekend catch all new episodes of Orphan Black, Randy Knows Best, American Dream Builders, Mr. Selfridge, Game of Thrones and Revenge.
What to Watch: Friday, May 2
9:30pm: Say Yes to the Dress: Randy Knows Best, TLC (30 mins) NEW
Randy recalls brides with unlimited budgets and works with a bride-to-be who is searching for an eye-catching dress.
What to Watch: Saturday. May 3
9:00pm: Orphan Black, BBC America (1 hr) NEW
As Sarah and Felix hit the road with Kira, Sarah turns to an old flame for help. When their attempt at freedom is ruined, Sarah begins to realize that she will never be able to run far enough to be free.
What to Watch: Sunday, May 4
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) NEW
Alicia considers relationships outside her marriage when she meets a handsome new man, so she decides to consult her mother for advice. Elsewhere, Diane offers to help a friend whose son is accused of selling drugs online.
9:00pm: Mr. Selfridge, PBS (1 hr) NEW
Gordon struggles with writing a condolence letter when a staff member dies, Miss Mardle develops feelings for her lodger and Leclair's troubles continue to worsen.
9:00pm: Game of Thrones, HBO (1 hr) NEW
Daenarys makes plans for her future as Cersei and Tywin consider what their next move for the Crown would be. Jon takes on a new mission.
10:00pm: Revenge, ABC (1 hr) NEW
Emily is forced to take drastic action against the Graysons and she may end up hurting those closest to her in her quest for vengeance.
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.
About What to Watch on TV
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