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What to Watch on Saturday: 'Wedding Bells' on Hallmark, Gotti documentary on A&E

Pascale Hutton, left, and Kavan Smith in the Hallmark movie "The Perfect Bride: Wedding Bells."
Pascale Hutton, left, and Kavan Smith in the Hallmark movie "The Perfect Bride: Wedding Bells." Crown Media/David Strongman

The Perfect Bride: Wedding Bells (9 p.m., Hallmark) — It’s wedding season, and Hallmark is ready. In this week’s matrimonial offering, a former marriage counselor turned trainer offers yoga and advice to couples at her marriage boot camps, but her boyfriend Nick is reluctant to take the leap because he’s afraid of repeating past mistakes.

Also on tonight . . .

The Crossing (8 p.m., ABC) — In the two-hour series finale, Jude and Nestor work with an unlikely ally, and Eve and Lindauer proceed with their plan to tie up loose ends.No renewal.

A Daughter’s Revenge (8 p.m., Lifetime) — A woman devises a terrifying plan to use her friend, who will be released from jail soon, as the instrument of revenge on her stepfather.

Gotti: Godfather & Son (10 p.m., A&E) — A two-night “Biography” documentary that tells the story of Mafia don John Gotti’s son John Jr. as the son tries to free himself from the last major mafia dynasty. It includes never-before-seen segments from a video of the last visit between a dying John Gotti Sr and his son at the U.S. Medical Center for Federal Prisoners. Part 2 airs Sunday night at 9 p.m.

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