What to Watch Weekend 5/30-6/1: Watch the premiere of 'Sing Your Face Off' with John Barrowman

This weekend catch the premiere of Sing Your Face Off; plus all new episodes of Say Yes to the Dress, Orphan Black, In the Flesh and Game of Thrones.

What to Watch: Friday, May 30

9:00pm: Say Yes to the Dress, TLC (1 hr) NEW

Randy helps a bride reclaim control of her dream Indian wedding from her mother.

What to Watch: Saturday, May 31

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

Cosima and Delphine have a disagreement and an acquaintance from rehab may reveal Allison's murder of Aynsley when the clones meet to fix a fallout on Family Day.

9:00pm: Sing Your Face Off, ABC (2 hr) PREMIERE

Sing Your Face Off is a talent competition where celebrities compete by performing and impersonating a famous musical icon. The celebrities competing this week are Sebastian Bach, Landry Fields, Jon Lovitz, China Anne McClain and Lisa Rinna, judges include John Barrowman, Debbie Gibson and Darrel Hammond.

11:00pm: In the Flesh, BBC America (1 hr) NEW

Kieren is feeling guilty for seeing Simon without letting Amy know. Council member Philip doubts Maxine's politics, so she contrives a way to bring him down.

What to Watch: Sunday, June 1

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

Mole's Town gets an unexpected visit. Meanwhile, Ramsay is trying to gain respect from his father. Tyrion's destiny is resolved, and Littlefinger's intentions are challenged.

This morning and afternoon, check your local listings for information about EllenThe 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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