remote locations TV picks for the weekend

April 10, 2014 

Tatiana Maslany plays various clones on Orphan Black, including Rachel, bottom, and Sarah.

Friday: Unforgettable didn't slip your mind, did it? Carrie (Poppy Montgomery) is back and about to nab an assassin who has critical information that could prevent a terrorist attack. You go, Carrie. 8 p.m., CBS.

Saturday: The next Louisville Life, hosted by Candyce Clifft, features the ARTxFM community-run radio station, filmmakers George and Kiley Parker, the CEO of Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana, and Old Bridge Inn in Jeffersonville, Ind. 7:30 p.m., KET.

Saturday: The next Kentucky Life, hosted by Dave Shuffett, features a tour of the Great Saltpetre Cave in Rockcastle County, the history of Scott County's Cardome Center, a Native American potter in Morehead, Prestonsburg's Billy Ray's restaurant, and Kentucky's cotton industry. 8 p.m., KET.

Saturday: The sci-fi cult fave Orphan Black is poised to break out big in Season 2, which is set to premiere April 19. To help you get with the program, we have Orphan Back: The Clone versation. Cast members, including Tatiana Maslany, discuss the new episodes. 8 p.m., BBC America.

Sunday: The Bronie phenomenon — grown men who love My Little Pony — still fascinates us, and this week, Bob's Burgers gets in on the game as Bob goes to a convention of fans of an animated pony show. 7 p.m., Fox.

Sunday: As awards season fades away, aren't you longing for that fete where The Hunger Games: Catching Fire has a chance to beat Oscar-bait like 12 Years a Slave? Well, that show is here as Conan O'Brien makes his debut hosting the MTV Movie Awards. Pass the golden popcorn. 9 p.m., MTV.

Sunday: The final chapter of the Mad Men story opens. (See story, page 24.) 10 p.m., AMC.

CONTRA COSTA TIMES; herald-leader staff

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