Tuned In: What To Watch

'Game of Thrones' (HBO)

Monday April 6:

Better Call Saul‘ (10pm on AMC) **Season Finale** Record Now

Jimmy seizes the opportunity to reconnect with an old friend, and Chuck adjusts to a new way of life in the Season 1 finale.

Tuesday April 7:

The Real Housewives of New York City‘ (9pm on Bravo) **Season Premiere** Record Now

NYC will never be the same when new and former housewives collide in the new season. The name of the game in Season 7 is change as the ladies face betrayal, crumbling marriages, new love and endless wild nights. After a three-season hiatus, Bethenny Frankel makes her highly anticipated return joining Carole Radziwill, Heather Thomson, Kristen Taekman, LuAnn de Lesseps, Ramona Singer, Sonja Morgan and new housewife Dorinda Medley.

The Runner-Up‘ (10pm on Esquire) **Series Premiere** Record Now

'The Runner-Up' documentary series takes an all-access look at one of the most unique political campaigns of the past election year - the Congressional run of American Idol runner-up Clay Aiken. The series examines what it takes to run a campaign from the perspective of a candidate who is both a newcomer to the American political scene, and also a well-known celebrity. Throughout, Aiken struggles with his desire to be seen as a viable candidate and his need to convince voters (and America) to take him seriously.

Thursday April 9:

The Comedians‘ (10pm on FX) **Series Premiere** Record Now

In 'The Comedians,' Billy Crystal plays a comedy legend who is reluctantly paired with Josh Gad, an edgier up-and-coming star, in an unfiltered, behind-the-scenes look at a fictional late night sketch comedy show where egos and generations collide. Stephanie Weir stars as Kristen Laybourne, the anxiety-ridden producer behind The Billy & Josh Show who frequently finds herself caught in the middle of Billy and Josh's arguments, Matt Oberg stars as Mitch Reed, the show's head writer, and Megan Ferguson stars as Esme McCauley," a no-nonsense production assistant.

Sunday April 12:

Game of Thrones’ (9pm on HBO) **Season Premiere** Record Now

Cersei and Jaime adjust to a world without Tywin. Varys reveals a conspiracy to Tyrion. Daenerys faces a new threat to her rule. Jon is caught between two kings in the Season 5 premiere.

Nurse Jackie‘ (9pm on Showtime) **Season Premiere** Record Now

Season 7 picks up at the exact moment that season six left off: Jackie Peyton (Edie Falco) steps out of her mug shot and into a world of unrelenting consequences. Arrested and abandoned by those closest to her, Jackie's nursing license is revoked. This season, we watch Jackie fight to reclaim her sobriety, her job, her people, her children and her identity.

Silicon Valley’ (10pm on HBO) **Season Premiere** Record Now

Following their success at TechCrunch Disrupt, the guys of Pied Piper find themselves aggressively courted by every VC in Silicon Valley. With Peter Gregory's company facing major changes, Monica tries to do what's best while dealing with new managing partner Laurie, a competitive bigwig who will do anything to hold onto Pied Piper.

Veep‘ (10:30pm on HBO) **Season Premiere** Record Now

Twenty-four hours before Selina's first major speech as president, her staff frantically tries to work out how she can say two completely opposite things at the same time. Gary questions his worth now that he can no longer be close to Selina; Jonah is put off by the approach of Teddy, the new VP's chief of staff; Amy learns that Bill Ericsson (Diederich Bader), a rival campaign manager, may make a play for her job.


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