If you ask most dads, they’d probably say a great Father’s Day gift would be to sit uninterrupted in front of  a huge flat screen this Sunday with the remote and the ability to switch between the NBA Finals and the Season 6 premiere of “True Blood.” Dads deserve their day, too, so Happy Father’s Day to all the dads out there. If movies are more Dad’s thing, there are three good movies out this weekend, including the Superman reboot “Man of Steel.” Whatever you do to celebrate Dad, enjoy! Here are some options for this weekend.


 All Times Eastern 

 Friday, June 14

“Sommore: Chandelier Status”

Showtime, 10:35 p.m

Sommore talks cougars, sex and relationships in a hilarious standup special

 Saturday, June 15

“The Bodyguard”

Style Network, 10 p.m.

Whitney Houston and Kevin Costner star in the popular movie about a singer who falls for her bodyguard

 Sunday, June 16

“NBA Finals” – Game 5″

The Heat and The Spurs are heading toward the conclusion of the best of seven – who will prevail for the title?

“Oprah’s Master Class”

OWN, 9 p.m.

Just in time for Black Music Month, Motown founder Berry Gordy Jr. talks about his personal life

“True Blood”

HBO, 9 p.m .

Jurnee Smollett joins the cast for Season 6


“Never Say Never” By Victoria Christopher Murray

After her husband’s death, a grieving widow gets caught up in a passionate affair 


“Twenty Feet From Stardom”

Darlene Love, Judith Hill, Lisa Fischer and others are profiled as the voices behind the superstar’s hits


“The Bling Ring”

Fictionalized version of real-life teenage crew who stole from several celebrity homes


“Man of Steel”

Henry Cavill puts on the tights for the latest run at the Superman legend 


“This Is The End”

Craig Robinson, James Franco and Seth Rogen are part of a group of guys who hide out together after apocalyptic events take place in L.A. 



Friday, June 14


Lyfe Jennings 

E.J. Thomas Hall

7:30 p.m.


Mary J. Blige 

KFC Yumi Center

8 p.m.


Jefferson Street Blues and Jazz Festival & Bridging the Gap Mixer 

Shelby Street Bridge (Mixer on Friday night at 6 p.m.)

Bicentennial Capitol Mall Amphitheater (Festival on Friday and Saturday 12 noon – 9 p.m.)

Saturday, June 15


Fourth Annual Tri-State Daddy/Daughter Dance 

6 -9 p.m.

Pennsylvania Convention Center


2013 Gridiron Classic (with Majic 102.1)

Regan Park


Mary J. Blige 

7:30 p.m.

Sunday, June 16


Brian McKnight

Murat Theater

7 p.m.

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