Mad Men's Spring Finale, HBO's The Normal Heart and More To Watch on Memorial Day Weekend

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May 23 2014, Published 2:11 p.m. ET

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If you can tear yourself away from the internet, on which we will hopefully be seeing tons of pics of Kim and Kanye's wedding this weekend, we have a few suggestions on what you should watch on TV for MDW. You know. If you're sick of the beach or whatever. Here's our picks!

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Say Yes to the Dress. Friday at 9pm on TLC. Just as wedding season begins, SYTDT ends season 11 with a bride who wants something show-stopping. Go figure.

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The Normal Heart. Sunday at 9pm on HBO. This star-studded TV movie featuring Jonathan Groff, Jim Parsons, Matt Bomer, Mark Ruffalo and Julia Roberts delves into the HIV crisis of the 80's. Unlike Dallas Buyers Club, however, this does not take place in Texas.


Mad Men. Sunday at 10pm on AMC. It's the final episode of 2014 (AKA the spring finale), and even TV critics can't really predict what's going to happen. We know that Don gets a "troubling letter" though, so that's something.

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The Bachelorette. Monday at 8pm on ABC. Andi kicks off her 1:1 dates. From the looks of the previews, it looks like Chris is the lucky guy to get the first kiss!

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Masterchef. Monday at 8pm on Fox. Gordon Ramsay and co return to find America's best home cook in season 4.

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