What To Watch: Weekend

by | March 18, 2011 at 9:07 AM | Tuned In: What To Watch Today

TOP PICK:Big Love‘ (Sunday at 9pm on HBO) **Series Finale**

After five memorable season, HBO’s signature drama about polygamy signs off for good. Will Bill be shipped off to prison? Will Barb leave the family in search of her own priesthood? And what will happen to Bill’s mom Lois? Amanda Seyfriend returns as Sarah in the sure to be unforgettable series finale. Find out how it all ends, Sunday at 9pm on HBO.

KEY EPISODE:Superanny‘ (Friday at 8pm ET on ABC) **Series Finale**

After six seasons, on the 117th episode and series finale of ‘Supernanny,’ Jo Frost travels to Houston, Texas to work with a family whose mom died of breast cancer a year earlier. Jo lost own her mother to breast cancer when she was growing up. “To me, this is the end of the world!,” laments 6-year-old Michael, who misses his mother terribly and feels his memories of her slipping away.

WATCH:Shark Tank‘ (Sunday at 9pm ET on ABC) **Season Premiere**

During its first season, the investors known as Sharks offered over $10 million of their own money in investment deals to bankroll a creative array of innovative entrepreneurs. Season Two of ‘Shark Tank’ will feature two guest Sharks: high tech billionaire entrepreneur Mark Cuban and successful comedian and self-made businessman Jeff Foxworthy.

DVR:The Pee-wee Herman Show on Broadway‘ (Saturday at 10pm on HBO)

Paul Reubens brings his most memorable character to life again at the Steven Sondheim Theatre in New York City in this HBO special.

DVR:Detroit 1-8-7‘ (Sunday at 10pm ET on ABC) **Season Finale**

Fitch’s past comes back to haunt him when his old New York nemesis, Albert Stram, makes his presence known in Detroit just as the veteran detective is enjoying spending time with his son, Bobby. Stram’s not so subtle threats shake the usually unflappable Fitch. Meanwhile, the other detectives are called to the scene of a horrific homicide to find an entire family brutally murdered.

Friday’s Talk Show Listings:

The View: Billy Ray Cyrus

Live with Regis and Kelly: Paul Giamatti

The Tonight Show with Jay Leno: Robert Pattinson

Late Night with Jimmy Fallon: Bradley Cooper

Last Call with Carson Daly: Florence and the Machine

Tavis Smiley: Smokey Robinson