Monday April 20:
It's 'southern hospitality' VH1-style with the Season 3 premiere of 'Love & Hip Hop Atlanta.' The much buzzed-about series again delivers its signature brand of drama, music, temptation and love, with a few new faces added to the mix. Hit rappers Yung Joc and Waka Flocka Flame, along with Diddy-Dirty Money's Kalenna Harper, will join fan favorites Joseline, Stevie J., Mimi, Lil Scrappy, Erica, Karlie, Benzino, Rasheeda and Kirk for another explosive look into the world of Atlanta's entertainment elite.
Scorpion, torn apart and uncertain about their future as a team, must come together for their most important mission yet – to save Walter’s life as his car teeters on the side of a cliff, on the Season 1 finale.
Tuesday April 21:
Jessica fears her family has assimilated so much to life in Orlando that they've lost their Chinese identity. So she drives everyone nuts making them reconnect with their culture, from Louis, who she insists decline an invite to join the country club, to Eddie, who she makes do a report on China for his World Day project.
In the third-season premiere, Amy meets her heroes andattempts to get birth control.
Wednesday April 22:
Elizabeth and Paige take a trip that lands them in treacherous territory. After an emotionally charged mission, Philip turns to an unlikely source for solace in the Season 3 finale.
Thursday April 23:
In the third-season finale, Viking troops make one more daring effort to take Paris, and Ragnar requests a favor of Bjorn, one that could alter the course of history.
Sunday April 26:
'Happyish' is a scathing examination of our pursuit of happiness, a pursuit that might just be the very thing causing our unhappiness in the first place. The new half-hour series stars Oscar and Golden Globe nominee Steve Coogan (Philomena, Alan Partridge), as Thom Payne, a 44 year-old man whose world is thrown into disarray when his 25 year-old "wunderkind" boss arrives, saying things like "digital," "social" and "viral." Is he in need of a "rebranding," as his mentor insists, or does he just have a "low joy ceiling," as his corporate headhunter suggests?