Laugh along with TV's favorite families with this week's watch list -- no twerking required. Between mountain monster hunting, doctor's wives drama, and the great Tori Spelling, we can't wait to see how our Couchers react. Don't forget to tune in tonight, Tuesday May 6th for a full hour of The People's Couch!
Married to Medicine, Bravo 9/8c
This week, Mariah Huq and Quad Webb-Lunceford throw some major shade in a showdown at a women's empowerment conference (yes, that happened). The best read on the confrontation? "I have no time for Transformers, and especially a Decepticon!" Watch the blow-up here:
It's the Season Finale of this freshman series about loved ones returning from the dead. Watch what happens when the government finds out there's a town full of "the returned." Hint: it doesn't involve heroes coming back for a Ticker Tape Parade.
None of the Above, National Geographic Channel
This show follows scientist Tim Shaw as he travels across the country performing experiments with mind-blowing results. He challenges the audience at home to predict the outcomes of the outrageous stunts, and then uncovers the scientific secrets behind them.
The Ex and The Why? MTV
Watch along as heartbroken exes try to win back the one that got away. How do they do this you ask? Oh, they blindfold "the one" and then surprise them in a sit down with the former love of their lives -- usually the person that cheated on them or wouldn't marry them. You can imagine how this goes. . .
True Tori, Lifetime
From her marriage troubles to her life as a mom, Tori Spelling's life is ripped from the tabloids in this docu-series. Watch as she and husband Dean McDermott attempt to put their marriage back together as Dean leaves rehab.
Season 2 takes viewers inside the unusual world of Todd Ray and his freakshow family in Venice Beach. His clan includes: the tallest American man, a bearded lady and someone named Morgue. Mad Men it ain't.
Mountain Monsters, Destination America
This investigative series follows a band of hardcore mountaineers and trappers from the The Appalachian Investigators of Mysterious Sightings (a.k.a A.I.M.S. for all you monster enthusiasts out there) as they look for mythic creatures in the Southern mountain range. This week they'll be hunting for the fabled "Sheepsquatch," which may prove as difficult to find as Mariah Carey's "Elusive Chanteuse."
Be sure to tune in tonight at 10/9c for a supersized episode of The People's Couch! Trust us, you won't want to miss it.