On TV this weekend
Guys Choice, 9 p.m., SpikeTV The viewers choice awards show featuring categories in sports, rock 'n' roll, action movies and hot chicks. This is Spike, so they call 'em chicks, you know.
Ghost Adventures, 9 p.m., Travel The crew heads to Loretta Lynn's Tennessee plantation to investigate ghosts from the Civil War. Those are just re-enactors, Loretta.
SEASON FINALE CMT's Next Superstar, 9 p.m., CMT Wait, didn't America Idol already find a new country music star?
The Whale That Ate Jaws, 10 p.m., NatGeo Apparently a killer whale that killed a great white shark and ate only its liver was a real thing, and not a bad SyFy movie. Cool.
SEASON FINALE Camelot, 10 p.m., Starz Morgan leads Sybil to Camelot while Arthur is off fighting bad guys in the mountains. Shoulda got Broadview, y'all.
SEASON FINALE Oddities, 10 p.m., Science This episode involves Chloe Sevigny and a gallbladder. A sequel to Zodiac, perhaps?
A Crush on You, 9 p.m., Hallmark A single mom gets a spicy email from some dude and gets all excited about it before realizing it was meant for her coworker. Yes, this is what passes for drama in middle age.
Iparty with Victorious, 8 p.m., Nickelodeon If you don't know what iCarly and Victorious are, just walk away. But at least SNL's Kenan Thompson comes back to Nick for a night, so you'll know one person.
65th Annual Tony Awards, 8 p.m., CBS It's entirely possible Neil Patrick Harris may make jokes involving the South Park guys' musical, The Book of Mormon. We're just putting that out there.
SERIES PREMIERE The Glee Project, 9 p.m., Oxygen A singing competition for people fighting for a guest role on the Fox series. It's a TV show about trying to get on a TV show. Is anyone else's mind blown by this?
SERIES PREMIERE Finding Sarah, 9 p.m., OWN Thankfully, it's about Ferguson, not Palin. This makes up for her not getting invited to the wedding, we'd think.
SERIES PREMIERE Amsale Girls, 10 p.m., WEtv Why is it the girls who sell $75,000 wedding gowns seem so snooty in the store, but when cameras follow them around, they seem like they bend over backward to cater to a customer's every whim? We blame special effects.
— Joshua Gillin firstname.lastname@example.org