The Mad Men Premiere, A Kendra & Hank Special & More On TV This Weekend

Mad men season 7 part 2 premiere
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Apr. 3 2015, Published 2:36 p.m. ET

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Watch It With Kendra and Hank. Friday at 9pm on We TV. Leading up to their debut on Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars this May, watch as Kendra and Hank relive the moment that they faced each other for the first time after his cheating rumors broke. Awkward.

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Backstreet boys show em what youre made of vh1
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Backstreet Boys: Show 'Em What You're Made Of. Friday at 9pm on VH1. This documentary celebrates the band's 20th anniversary, reliving some of their best 90's moments and taking a deeper look into their personal lives. Bonus: We'll get to find out how the rivalry with *NSYNC first started!

Grace helbig show premiere
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The Grace Helbig Show. Friday at 10:30pm on E!. The YouTube star's new series puts a twist on the talk show format, filming in everyday situations rather than in a studio. Aisha Tyler is her first guest.

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Outlander spring premiere
Source: Starz

Outlander. Saturday at 9pm on Starz. The mid-season premiere will be the only episode thus far to be told from Jamie's perspective as he tries to rescue his wife.

Mad men season 7 part 2 premiere
Source: AMC

Mad Men. Sunday at 10pm on AMC. It's the beginning of the end with the first of the show's final seven episodes, where Don searches for an old friend and Peggy has an unlikely set up.


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