What to Watch Weekend 6/28-30: True Blood's Steve Newlin gets an unexpected visit

This weekend, catch all new episodes of Randy to the Rescue, The Killing, HGTV Star, and True Blood.

What to Watch: Friday, June 29

9:00pm: Randy to the Rescue, TLC (1 hr) NEW

Randy finds himself in Seattle helping two brides find their ideal wedding dresses, one that will attract many sets of eyes and another that will highlight the bride's best attributes. However, Randy finds himself in a predicament when a new mom has a hard time making a decision.

This morning and afternoon, check your local listings for information about EllenThe Talk (CBS) and The Chew (ABC). VH1's celebrity news morning show, The Gossip Table, will run five days a week in June and features out hosts Rob Shuter and Noah Levy. Days of Our Lives on NBC (check local listings for time) features gay character Will as a series regular; keep an eye out for developments between Will and Sonny.

What to Watch: Sunday, June 30

8:00pm: HGTV Star, HGTV (1 hr) NEW

This week, the designers form two teams and each take on the task of remodeling a kitchen and a dining room to make them fit for living. Out designer David Bromstad hosts this design challenge reality show.

9:00pm: The Killing, AMC (1 hr) NEW

Bullett grapples with accepting the truth while Seward confronts his past head on. Meanwhile, Sarah and Holder go after a victim on their radar. Check out a sneak peek below.

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9:00pm: True Blood, HBO (1 hr) NEW

Steve Newlin runs into someone from his past, Sookie starts to understand why Warlow has it out for her and Bill asks Jessica to help with an important task that he believes will solve their problems.


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