What To Watch: This Week’s DVR Picks

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Monday April 9:

Being Human‘ (9pm on Syfy) **Season Finale** Record Now

Sally’s mother resurfaces, Josh opts to kill Ray, and Aidan chooses to kill Mother in the season two finale.

NewNowNext Awards‘ (10pm on Logo) **Special** Record Now

Logo’s ‘NewNowNext Awards’ have earned a reputation for breaking new ground in pop culture. Lady Gaga gave her first televised performance at the show, Rooney Mara was a nominee well before an Oscar Nominee, Wendy Williams was handed “Guiltiest Pleasure” before her talk show aired, and the cast of ‘Bridesmaids’ received their first award and made their first televised appearance together at the 2011 show. The ‘NewNowNext Awards’ is often known for its’ eclectic line-up of presenters – and this year is no exception. Presenters include: Kat Graham (‘The Vampire Diaries’), Busy Philipps (‘Cougar Town’), Wendi McLendon-Covey, Lamorne Morris (‘New Girl’), Aisha Tyler (‘The Talk’), Kyle Richards (‘The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’), RuPaul (‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’), Perez Hilton, Ross Mathews, Eden Wood (‘Eden’s World’), Heather McDonald (‘Chelsea Lately’), and George Kotsiopoulos (‘Fashion Police’). day that rockers Neon Trees and Baltimore’s premier dance-rap spitfire Rye Rye will round out the live musical performances on this year’s awards. Hosted by Kelly Osbourne, musical performers include Adam Lambert, Neon Hitch, Neon Trees and Rye Rye.

Tuesday April 10:

Glee‘ (8pm ET on Fox) **Spring Premiere** Record Now

Much to Blaine’s chagrin, his big-shot Hollywood actor brother, Cooper (guest star Matt Bomer from ‘White Collar’), comes to visit in the all-new Spring Premiere “Big Brother” episode.

Deadliest Catch‘ (9pm on Discovery) **Season Premiere** Record Now

It’s must seaworthy TV – the masters of the maritime, fishing’s fearless are back as the Emmy award-winning series returns celebrating its 100th episode. Captains Andy and Johnathan Hillstrand (F/V Time Bandit), Captain Sig Hansen (F/V Northwestern), Captain Keith Colburn (F/V Wizard), Captain “Wild Bill” Wichrowski (F/V Kodiak) and returning newer skippers Captain Scott Campbell Jr. (F/V Seabrooke) and resident badboy, hot shot Captain Elliott Neese (F/V Ramblin’ Rose) take to the icy Bering Sea searching for their own version of buried treasure – the highly prized Alaskan king crab.

Dream Machines‘ (10pm on Syfy) **Series Premiere** Record Now

‘Dream Machines’ follows Florida-based brothers Marc and Shanon Parker, owners of Parker Brothers’ Concepts, and their crackerjack crew as they take the most imaginative vehicles ever seen in movies, comic books, and TV shows, and engineer them into on-the-road realities.

Shannen Says‘ (10pm on WE tv) **Series Premiere** Record Now

The world knows her as an icon, but she’s also a devoted daughter and friend and now a newlywed. In the brand-new original series, ‘Shanney Says,’ WE tv reveals a woman with substance and a sense of humor as she takes viewers on the hilariously bumpy ride of planning her wedding. Eight hour-long episodes of ‘Shannen Says’ follow Shannen and her groom-to-be, famed photographer Kurt Iswarienko – two busy career-focused individuals with strong and often conflicting viewpoints – as they plan for their special day.

Body of Proof‘ (10pm ET on ABC) **Season Finale** Record Now

When a cause of death seems all too familiar, Megan is forced to come face to face with a serial killer she helped put away, on the season finale.

Wednesday April 11:

Ghost Hunters‘ (9pm on Syfy) **Spring Premiere** Record Now

The countdown begins: Grant’s final episodes! This winter, the Ghost Hunters received shocking news when co-lead investigator and TAPS co-founder, Grant Wilson, announced his departure from the series. On Wednesday, April 11,  ride along for Grant’s final investigations, culminating in a very special farewell episode on Wednesday, May 16th.

Don’t Trust the B*** in Apt. 23**Series Premiere** Record Now

After a naïve Midwestern girl’s big city dreams are dashed during her first week in New York, she finds herself living with her worst nightmare, in a hilarious, contemporary comedy about a female odd couple who are surrounded by an outrageous cast of characters. In the premiere episode, June (Dreama Walker) moves to Manhattan for a dream job and the perfect company apartment, only to have them disappear in a puff of reality, thanks to a CEO from the Bernie Madoff school of embezzlement.

Law & Order: SVU‘ (10pm ET on NBC) **Spring Premiere** Record Now

A rape victim is brought to the hospital after a harrowing hours-long ordeal, and Benson recognizes the suspect’s M.O. from a case she solved eight years ago. The jailed rapist confessed to Benson after a tough interrogation but has been claiming his innocence ever since his conviction.

Randy Jackson Presents America’s Best Dance Crew‘ (10pm on MTV) **Season Premiere** Record Now

‘ABDC’ will be heating up the dance floor during this season’s “Return of the Superstars,” featuring the music of the biggest names in the industry including Madonna, Britney Spears, Rihanna, Pitbull, David Guetta, Flo Rida and LMFAO, among others. Each episode will be themed to a different popular celebrity artist, and dance crews will be forced to push themselves to create astonishing performances inspired by the music and persona of the artist of the week.

Saturday April 14:

Being Human‘ (9pm on BBC America) **Season Finale** Record Now

Season 4 ends with the Old Ones arriving intent on destroying the world.

Sunday April 15:

NYC 22‘ (10pm ET on CBS) **Series Premiere** Record Now

‘NYC 22’ follows six diverse NYPD rookies as they patrol the gritty streets of upper Manhattan. With unique backgrounds, personalities and reasons for being on the force, the new cops will make their share of rookie mistakes while they figure out how to relate to their boss, each other and the people they swore to protect.

Girls‘ (10:30pm on HBO) **Series Premiere** Record Now

Hannah, Marnie, Jessa and Shoshanna are trying to figure life out. They’ve been living in New York for a couple of years, but they’re still not sure what they want – from boys, from each other, from themselves. And things aren’t getting any clearer. Created by and starring Lena Dunham (“Tiny Furniture”), the new HBO series ‘Girls’ takes a comic look at the assorted humiliations and rare triumphs of a group of girls in their early 20s.

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