What to Watch Weekend 5/31-6/2: Orphan Black season finale, The Killing season premiere

This weekend catch the season finale of Orphan Black, the season premiere of The Killing and an all new episode of Game of Thrones.

What to Watch: Saturday, June 1

8:00pm: Milk, USA (2.5 hrs) NEW

USA continues their Characters Unite initiative with a special broadcast of the 2008 film Milk with an introduction by out actor Neil Patrick Harris. The film kicks off Pride month and will air with limited commercial interruption.

9:00pm: Orphan Black, BBC America (1 hr) SEASON FINALE

Sarah may lose her last chance to convince her nemesis to come to the clones' side when Art interferes to try and find answers of his own.

What to Watch: Sunday, June 2

8:00pm: The Killing, AMC (2 hrs) SEASON PREMIERE

Holden's disturbing case leads to a discovery about Sarah's past and a prisoner reveals a truth.

9:00pm: Game of Thrones, HBO (1 hr) NEW

Edmure meets his new bride as House Tully prepares for its new alliance. Elsewhere, Jon faces a test and Bran learns he has a new gift.

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