Survivor’s Remorse ,' 'Million Dollar Matchmaker' And More To Watch On TV This Weekend!

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Jul. 29 2016, Updated 3:57 p.m. ET

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Survivor’s Remorse — July 31 at 10 p.m. EST on Starz

Reggie and Missy have a major battle about manners!

And in the exclusive clip from the new episode below, the family takes a shocking hunting trip that leaves them a little shaken up!

Million Dollar Matchmaker —  July 30 at 10 p.m. EST on WE tv

Patti takes on Anna Lisa, a party girl who needs to curb her playgirl ways and get serious about love. And Tony, Patti’s friend who dates too young needs an intervention or he could end up alone forever.

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In the exclusive clip from the episode below, Patti calls Tony out over his dating struggles, telling him that he needs to change his ways to avoid ending up alone!

Transformers Rescue Bots — July 30 at 8:30 a.m. EST on Discovery Family Channel

The Burns take a trip to Africa to rescue Woodrow — voiced by Mark Hamill — when they think he’s been kidnapped by gorillas. Meanwhile, Chief Burns' sons learn they are heirs to the "throne" of Griffin Rock.

Survivor's Remorse

What Would You Do? — July 29 at 9 p.m. EST on ABC

Get ready for another shocking round of social experiments!

My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic – July 30 at 11:30 a.m. EST on Discovery Family Channel

Rainbow Dash attends the Daring Do Convention in Manehattan and meets a pony named Quibble Pants — voiced by Patton Oswalt — who despises Daring Do as much as she loves it. The two of them get wrapped up in a real life Daring Do adventure and must settle their differences if they have any chance of surviving the convention.

Secrets of America’s Favorite Places — 6 p.m. EST on Discovery Family Channel

The Golden Gate Bridge is the most photographed and most famous bridge in the world. Its “International Orange” color is iconic, but few know the color was chosen by a strange fluke. The bridge has endured earthquakes with grace, but it almost collapsed on its 50th anniversary when 500,000 people partied on the span to celebrate. Did you know there’s evidence that the Japanese navy came very close to destroying Golden Gate Bridge during World War II?


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