What To Watch: Weekend

by | August 6, 2010 at 8:52 AM | Tuned In: What To Watch Today

TOP PICK:Friday Night Lights‘ (Friday at 8pm ET on NBC)

It’s the season finale, and amid all the stress and madness, the Taylors host Thanksgiving dinner while Luke gets an offer that could take him way from the Lions. Elsewhere, Tami finally makes a decision regarding her career. In addition, Julie and Landry are surprised by a visitor from their past who has an interesting proposition, and Tim makes a difficult decision that will change his life forever.

KEY EPISODE:Hoarding‘ (Sunday at 9pm on TLC)

Revealing even bigger wreckage and more family crisis, the compelling second season starts Sunday night and dives deeper into the real-life struggles and intense treatment of extreme hoarders– people who are unable to part with their belongings to the point of personal disaster.

WATCH:Flashpoint‘ (Friday at 10pm ET on CBS)

When a woman kidnaps two young girls, the SRU’s wonder why she zeroed in on these children.

DVR:Persons Unknown‘ (Saturday at 8pm ET on NBC)

After returning to town, Joe’s troubles worsen as he suffers from frightening side effects caused by his “reeducation.” The rest of the group is left wondering whether they would simply be better off without him. Concerned by the chaotic mess the town has become, the Director of “The Program” sends a surprising new night manager and second-in-command, Liam Ulrich (Alan Smyth) to restore order.

DVR:Wife Swap‘ (Friday at 9pm ET on ABC)

A no-nonsense family of competitive gymnasts swap with an uncompetitive family of kickball enthusiasts who live for a good time. Each week two very contradictory families from across the country participate in a two-week-long challenge: The wives exchange husbands, children and lives (but not bedrooms) to discover daily life in another woman’s shoes. This astonishing experiment repeatedly changes lives and redefines families.

Friday’s Talk Show Listings:

  • The View: Snoop Dogg
  • Live With Regis And Kelly: Dylan McDermott
  • The Tonight Show With Jay Leno: Emma Thompson
  • Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson: Mark Wahlberg
  • Late Night WIth Jimmy Fallon: Billy Crudup