AWARDS ALERT Mark Wahlberg hosts the 27th annual "Kids' Choice Awards" (Saturday night, 8-9:30, Nickelodeon), honoring youth faves in TV, movies, music, video games, books and sports. Joining in this slime-time are Kristen Bell, Kaley Cuoco, Will Arnett, John Cena, Michael Strahan and other celebs. Orange carpet fun at nick.com/kca

AVANT-GARDE INNOVATORS Experimental film gets an overnight tribute from Turner Classic Movies. First comes the 2010 primer "Free Radicals: A History of Experimental Film" (late Saturday night at 2 a.m., TCM), then short films made 1919-1972 by exponents like Ken Jacobs, Jonas Mekas and Stan Vanderbeek (3:30-5:15 a.m., TCM). Details at tcm.com/underground

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REALITY GETS LOCAL Watch new Jets wide receiver Eric Decker and singing wife Jessie James take on the big city in "Eric & Jessie: Game On" (Sunday at 10 p.m., E!). Now you get to see those radio crazies and their celeb guests in "This Is HOT 97" (Monday at 10:30 p.m., VH1). Baseball welcomes its own big names in "Off the Bat From the MLB Fan Cave" (Tuesday at 11 p.m., MTV2), eyeing the 2014 season from the title spot in lower Manhattan. Join the kickoff festivities Sunday 1-5 p.m. with a public block party on Fourth Street between Broadway and Lafayette, featuring food, games and celebrities. More at offthebat.mtv2.com

ALMOST 'ORPHAN' TIME Prep for April 19's return of last season's sleeper fave by revisiting those first 10 episodes of "Orphan Black" (encores start early Monday 2-6 a.m. and weekdays at 10a.m., starting Monday, BBC America). Relive all their clone twists and awesome acting from chameleon lead Tatiana Maslany. Season 1 is also streaming via Amazon Prime Instant Video. Or see it all boiled down to 2 minutes at bbcamerica.com/orphanblack

HERE COME THE FINALES Monday's noon-7 p.m. FX countdown leads into the series conclusion of "How I Met Your Mother" (Monday 8-9 p.m., CBS/2). Also ending its series run is "Raising Hope" (Friday 9-10 p.m., Fox/5). Wrapping up their seasons: Josh Holloway's "Intelligence" (Monday at 10p.m., CBS/2); animated "Chozen" (Monday at 10:30p.m., FX); Courteney Cox's "Cougar Town" (Tuesday at 10 p.m., TBS); "Once Upon a Time in Wonderland" (Thursday at 8 p.m., ABC/7).

SWIM TIME EXTENDED Cartoon Network's Adult Swim block now starts an hour earlier. Filling the time by doubling their fun: "King of the Hill" (weeknights 8-9p.m.) and "The Cleveland Show" (9-10 p.m., both on Cartoon). New lineup at adultswim.com.

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APRIL FOOLS! Now this is the way to celebrate. CBS' cool swap finds Drew Carey hosting "The Late Late Show" (Monday night at 12:35 a.m., Ch. 2), then Craig Ferguson running "The Price Is Right" (Tuesday at 11 a.m., Ch. 2). More at cbs.com/latelateshow