This weekend catch the season finale of Shameless and the season premiere of Game of Thrones; plus all new episodes of Say Yes to the Dress: Randy Knows Best, American Dream Builders, Mr. Selfridge and Revenge.
What to Watch: Friday, April 4
9:30pm: Say Yes to the Dress: Randy Knows Best, TLC (30 mins) NEW
Randy recalls some of the brides he has styled who came to the salon with unforgettable entourages in tow, including family members who insisted they knew best and friends who pranked the bride-to-be.
What to Watch: Sunday, April 6
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: Mr. Selfridge, PBS (1 hr) NEW
Miss Mardle has a lucky break when Leclair resurfaces, Loxley turns to Harry for help and Winston Churchill is slated to visit the store.
9:00pm: Shameless, Showtime (1 hr) SEASON FINALE
Sheila fights for custody while clashing with Sammi over where they will live once Frank is released, Fiona is released from jail and lands a new job with the help of her parole officer and Frank may be back to his old self.
9:00pm: Game of Thrones, HBO (1 hr) SEASON PREMIERE
Tyrion welcomes a surprise guest for the royal wedding, but worries that the guest may have ulterior motives. Meanwhile, Jon is wary of a possible upcoming attack on the Night's Watch, Arya sees a face from her past and Daario Naharis discusses strategy with Daenarys.
10:00pm: Revenge, ABC (1 hr) NEW
Emily and Aiden discover Pascal's family secrets and Victoria gets closer to learning the truth about Emily as she reconnects with Mason Treadwell.
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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