Get ready for our hilarious social series with this week's must-see TV moments.

on Apr 21 - The Dish

Think you're ready for The People's Couch? Not without our official watch list. Find out what shows you need to see so you can laugh along with TV's favorite people -- and their little dogs, too!

Sunday 4/20

Cutthroat Kitchen, Food Network

Chefs are handed $25,000 to either fight fair and help themselves, or sabotage their competitors. With the word Cutthroat in the title, we can guess which one the contestants usually pick. Did we mention Top Chef's own Antonia Lofaso is a judge?

Devious Maids, Lifetime

Eva Longoria brings back her saucy maids for a second season on this telenovela-based drama. With murder, love, and arrests, the Devious Maids have plenty of dirt to sweep under the rug. 

Long Island Medium, TLC

The sassy Theresa Caputo is at it again as she reaches out to those who have lost loved ones to give them messages from beyond. You're gonna want to grab some tissues.

Monday 4/21

Bam’s Bad Ass Game Show, TBS

So imagine if Jackass were a game show and you have this compeition hosted by the one and only Bam Margera. At least on this show, participants are potentially winning money for these horrifying stunts as opposed to just getting a laugh from Johnny Knoxville. 

Tuesday 4/22

Deadliest Catch, Discovery Channel

It's the 10th Season of Deadliest Catch and the waters are rougher than ever. The government has shortened the fishing season and if that wasn't bad enough, one fisherman gets attacked by a king crab! It's called Deadliest Catch for a reason.

Chrisley Knows Best, USA 

It's the Season Finale of this new reality series that follows the self pro-claimed "Patriarch of Perfection" Todd Chrisley as he micro-manages his Atlanta family. Hmm, we know some Housewives that we'd like to see him go toe-to-toe with.

Wednesday 4/23

Million Dollar Listing New York, Bravo 9/8c

Find out what happens when Ryan Serhant crashes one of the biggest nights in Luis D. Ortiz's career. Hint: It's not exactly a storybook ending. Meanwhile, Fredrik Eklund might be in for a $5.4 Million paycheck, but can he sell apartments that haven't been built? We have a feeling he's going to need more than high kicks this time.

And don't forget to watch this week's episode of The People's Couch --Tuesday at 10/9c!