What To Watch: This Week’s DVR Picks

'The Real Housewives of Orange County' (Bravo)

Monday April 1:

‘Real Housewives of Orange County (8pm on Bravo) **Season Premiere** Record Now

Bravo Media’s original series that started the hit franchise, ‘The Real Housewives of Orange County’ is back for an epic Season 8. Reeling from the repercussions of last season’s earth-shattering clashes, the series once again ventures behind the gates for a scandalous look at the loves and lives unfolding inside one of Southern California’s wealthiest communities. Returning Housewives Vicki Gunvalson, Tamra Barney, Gretchen Rossi, Alexis Bellino and Heather Dubrow are joined by fresh-faced, level headed and surprisingly direct Lydia McLaughlin. After

‘Castle’ (10pm ET on ABC) (10pm ET on ABC) **100th Episode** Record Now

In the show’s 100th episode, Castle finds himself in the unfortunate position of NOT being able to work a case. While he’s holed up in the loft with a broken leg, Beckett goes off to investigate the death of an IRS agent without him, leaving Castle miserable and bored. But when he thinks he witnesses the murder of a young woman in the apartment across the street, he is thrown into a “Rear Window”-esque murder mystery that hits much too close to home.

Tuesday April 2:

‘The New Normal’ (9:30pm ET on NBC) **Season Finale** Record Now

The wedding is finally here and despite all of the challenges that pop up throughout the day, Bryan and David are dead set on getting married before the arrival of their baby, but their son has other plans.

Wednesday April 3:

‘Rogue’ (9pm on DirecTV) **Series Premiere** Record Now

‘Rogue’ revolves around Grace (Thandie Newton), a morally and emotionally conflicted undercover detective who is tormented by the possibility that her own actions contributed to her son’s death. Grace’s search for the truth is further complicated by her forbidden relationship with Jimmy (Marton Csokas), the crime boss who may have played a hand in the crime. A smart, complex, character-led thriller, the show explores loss, grief, identity, family bonds, second chances and redemption.

‘Spies of Warsaw’ (9pm on BBC America) **Series Premiere** Record Now

Adapted by renowned Emmy-winning writing team Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais and executive produced by Richard Fell, ‘Spies of Warsaw’ is based on The New York Times bestselling author Alan Furst’s acclaimed novel. David Tennant and Janet Montgomery star in the thrilling spy story set in Poland, Paris and London in the years leading up to the Second World War.

Thursday April 4:

‘Hannibal’ (10pm ET on NBC) **Series Premiere** Record Now

When the FBI takes on a case of disappearing college girls, Jack Crawford (Laurence Fishburne) recruits Will Graham (Hugh Dancy), a gifted criminal profiler with a unique view into the psyche of serial killers, to consult. Jack also seeks the help of Dr. Hannibal Lecter (Mads Mikkelsen), a brilliant psychiatrist, who, unbeknownst to him, is not only one of the most successful serial killers of all time, but also a cannibal.

Sunday April 7:

‘Mad Men’ (9pm on AMC) **Season Premiere** Record Now

In the Season 6 premiere, Don launches a new campaign, while Roger receives some disturbing news.

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