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Originally published Sunday, April 8, 2012 at 5:31 AM

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Sunday TV Picks: 'The Client List' on Lifetime

TV Picks for Sunday, April 8, 2012, include the new "The Client List" on Lifetime; "Harry's Law" on NBC; and "The Killing" on AMC.

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'The Client List'

Jennifer Love Hewitt stars in this salacious-looking new series as Riley Parks, a single mother in a small Texas town. She takes a new job at a day spa, only to discover that the place has all sorts of secrets, and exactly what sort of services they offer. Also starring Cybill Shepherd and Loretta Devine. Series premiere, 10 p.m. Sunday on Lifetime (seattletimes.com/tvlistings).

Doug Knoop, Seattle Times staff

dknoop@seattletimes.com or on Twitter @dougknoop

Also on Sunday

"Harry's Law," 8 p.m. (NBC): A former client accuses Harry of taking advantage of him; Cassie and Oliver defend a woman who stands accused of murdering her abusive ex-husband; Lisa's antics make Chunhua uncomfortable.

"The Killing," 9 p.m. (AMC): Holder falls from grace; Sarah tracks down Rosie's backpack; Richmond confronts the truth; Stan gets in deeper with the mob; Mitch resurfaces.

"Game of Thrones," 9 p.m. (HBO): Tyrion chastens Cersei for alienating the king's subjects; Arya shares a secret with Gendry; one of Dany's scouts returns with news; Theon Greyjoy reunites with his father; Davos enlists a pirate to join forces with Stannis and Melisandre.

"GCB," 9:01 p.m. (ABC): Sharon is furious when Luke talks Carlene into making Amanda matron of honor for their vow-renewal ceremony; Heather wants to be forgiven; Blake has a special request for Cricket.

"CSI: Miami," 10 p.m. (CBS): When an enemy of the CSIs is killed, Horatio looks to his team for a suspect.

"Breakout Kings," 10 p.m. (A&E): The team tracks a fugitive female inmate and the prison volunteer who may have been working with her.

The New York Times


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