Calling all TV buffs! It's time to sit down and join The People's Couch with this week's buzziest TV moments. Check out our watch list to find out which shows you need to be watching. And don't forget to watch a full hour of The People's Couch tonight at 10/9c!
Our America With Lisa Ling, OWN
This is the final season of the docu-series where Lisa Ling travels the country to examine some of the most controversial parts of our own American culture. This week she takes a look into the world of exorcisms—something tells us you should watch this with the lights on.
Mini Monsters, Discovery Channel
This two-hour special takes a glimpse at nature's tiniest animals and the larger than life battles they overcome to survive. Did we mention that it's narrated by none other than Peter Dinklage? Yes, Game of Throne's Tyrion will be telling you all about the adorable struggles of a chipmunk.
Orphan Black, BBC America
This sci-fi series follows the story of Sarah, a young woman who discovers that she is a clone while looking for her missing daughter. Making matters worse: an anti-cloning group is continually trying to kill her and her fellow clones.
Sing Your Face Off, ABC
This reality competition show goes meta by asking celebrities learn to impersonate famous musicians. This week, Lisa Rinna takes on the one and only Dolly Parton, proving there can never be too much Dolly. (But we already knew that).
Men of the Strip, E!
This two-hour reality movie takes a sizzling look at men of the Las Vegas strip. Aspiring dancers, with moves a la the Chippendales, use their rump-shaking skills to try to make it in Sin City. Oh, and one of the leaders is Jeff Timmons of 98 Degrees. It's like a real life Magic Mike.
Food Network Star, Food Network
Season 10 of this competition series kicks off this Sunday. In a battle where your personality matters as much as your food, only the contestant with that perfect recipe will become Food Network's next star.
Deal With It, TBS
It's the finale of this hidden camera prank show hosted by Theo Von—yes, Theo from Road Rules and all the subsequent Real World/Road Rules Challenges. In it, random contestants are chosen to then play pranks on unsuspecting pals for cash and prizes. The twist? The pranks are being fed to the contestants by celebs. Tune in this week as comedian Tom Green is sure to make things interesting. . .
Party Down South, CMT
No, this isn't a Southern version of the Adam Scott comedy Party Down (we wish!). The producers of Jersey Shore give us the tale of eight young adults looking to get wild Southern-style as they take to the South Carolina shore. The second Season kicks off this Thursday so get your summer drink on with this party!
Ladies of London, BRAVO 10/9c
Say cheerio to the Ladies of London! These British socialites and ex-pats in London couldn't be farther apart. In a land where titles rule and unwritten laws of etiquette can make or break you, British high society is one of the toughest to crack. This week, supermodel Caprice Bourret decides to take the tabloids into her own hands to announce her pregnancy.
And don't forget to tune into The People's Couch tonight at 10/9c!
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