Weekend Watchlist: 'Transcendence,' 'Bears,' 'Orphan Black,' and MoreThis weekend, Johnny Depp bridges the gap between man and machine in "Transcendence," a small-town father shares his young son's life-changing experience in "Heaven Is for Real," two mother bears watch over their cubs in the documentary "Bears," the BBC America series "Orphan Black" returns for its second season premiere, and "Salem" has its series premiere on WGN.

Also in theaters this weekend:
  • "A Haunted House 2." Marlon Wayans stars in the horror-parody sequel about a family man plagued by bizarre paranormal events after moving into his dream house.
  • Written and directed by John Turturro, "Fading Gigolo" follows a middle-aged man (Turturro) who becomes a professional gigolo to help his cash-strapped friend, Murray (Woody Allen).
  • In "13 Sins," a salesman down on his luck answers a cryptic phone call that begins a sinister game of risks that financially rewards him for completing the 13 dangerous tasks.
  • "Make Your Move" finds a pair of star-crossed dancers at the center of a bitter rivalry between their brothers' underground dance clubs.
  • In "Tasting Menu," a newly divorced couple reunites for a once-in-a-lifetime meal at the world's best restaurant on its final evening before closing.

Also on TV this weekend:
  • "Game of Thrones" heats up with its third episode of the season (HBO, Sunday, 9pm ET).
  • "Tobacco Wars" examines Kentucky's dark fire industry (CMT, Saturday, 10pm ET).
  • Billy Crystal's Tony-winning one-man show "700 Sundays" hits TV (HBO, Saturday, 9pm ET).
  • Comedy special "Tracy Morgan: Bona Fide" premieres (Comedy Central, Sunday, 10pm ET).