What to Watch: This Weekend, January 6-8

Tonight marks a new season of Say Yes to the Dress: Atlanta, tomorrow catch out designer David Bromstad in a new episode of Color Splash and on Sunday the second season of Shameless starts plus new episodes of Desperate Housewives and The Good Wife.

What to Watch: Friday, January 6

9:00pm: Say Yes to the Dress: Atlanta, TLC (30 mins) SEASON PREMIERE

A beauty-pageant queen and a professional dancer have a hard time finding the perfect dress.

9:30pm: Say Yes to the Dress: Atlanta, TLC (30 mins) NEW

Two brides disagree with their traditional southern fathers when looking for dresses.

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What to Watch: Saturday, January 7

9:00pm: Color Splash, HGTV (30 mins) NEW

Out designer David Bromstad uses Miami Beach's South Point Park as a starting point to turn a bland living room into an Hamptons beach house inspired room.

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What to Watch: Sunday, January 8

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

Bree considers desperate measures after feeling abandoned by her friends, Gabrielle suspects Carlos is involved in Detective Chuck Vance's murder, Susan decides to go to New York City to pursue her art career and Tom stays in Fairview following Lynette's confession.

9:00pm: The Good Wife, CBS (1 hr) NEW

A couple who was represented by Lockhart/Gardner during their divorce accuses the firm to encourage their breakup for financial gain, leading to a multi-million dollar lawsuit.

9:00pm: Shameless, Showtime (1 hr) SEASON PREMIERE

Fiona gets a job at a popular bar and meets a young businessman.  Meanwhile Ian takes over the store when Kash decides to leave town.

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