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TV highlights week of March 28


SEASON PREMIERE The Secret Life of the American Teenager, 8 p.m., ABC Family: Amy wants some "alone time" with Ricky, but his birth mother shows up and needs a place to stay.

All Together Now: A Celebration of Service, 8 p.m., NBC: Former Presidents Jimmy Carter, George Bush, Bill Clinton and George W. Bush get together for a special highlighting the importance of volunteering in your community. Because it's not like you're going to get paid for it in this economy.


SEASON FINALE The Game, 10 p.m., BET: Melanie and Derwin head to the fertility clinic to find out why they can't have a baby. Stressing out about it certainly doesn't help.

SEASON FINALE The Real Housewives of Miami, 10 p.m., Bravo: Marysol's mom is apparently able to read people's energy fields. Perhaps she can tell if producers plan to cancel her daughter's show, just like they did to the D.C. ladies.


SEASON FINALE Top Chef, 10 p.m., Bravo: Will it be the Type A Irish guy who meticulously overlabors every dish and has a love for liquid nitrogen, or the slovenly Italian who seems to stumble through every challenge and has a love for meatball subs?

Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, 10 p.m., NBC: Jeremy Irons is back as psychologist Capt. Jackson, who helps Benson and Stabler find out why a killer left a doll at a crime scene.


SERIES PREMIERE From the Edge With Peter Lik, 8 p.m., Weather: The Aussie photog travels the United States to show Americans things they'd go look at if gas wasn't $4 a gallon. Don't ask us how that's weather-related.

Grey's Anatomy, 9 p.m., ABC: Sara Ramirez's singing career never really got off the ground, but that's okay, because they've finally done a musical episode for this series. Just what we always didn't want.


Who Do You Think You Are?, 8 p.m., NBC: Gwyneth Paltrow wants to find out who her ancestors are. Thin people who barely survived because of their macrobiotic diets, we're guessing.

SERIES PREMIERE Camelot, 10 p.m., Starz: It's like similar period dramas Spartacus and The Tudors, but with rounder tables and more swords in stones.

Joshua Gillin,

TV highlights week of March 28 03/27/11 [Last modified: Sunday, March 27, 2011 7:40pm]
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