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What to Watch: This Weekend

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There's great TV, just for you, all weekend long.  Don't miss The Graham Norton Show with a performance by LiIy Allen, and the contest really heats up on Any Dream Will Do with only four contestants left.

Friday, May 22

10:00 pm Real Time with Bill Maher, HBO (1 hr) NEW
This no-holds barred news show is broadcast live, so you never know what to expect. Bill regularly discusses LGBT issues and features gay panelists and commentators, so check it out!

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Gay fave Lily Allen drops by Graham Norton

Gay fave Lily Allen drops by Graham Norton

Saturday, May 23

9:00 pm Color Splash, HGTV (30 min) REPEAT
Gay interior designer David Bromstad reworks living spaces. You can catch him working his magic throughout the week but are guaranteed to find here in his regular time slot.

9:00 pm Groomer Has It, Animal Planet (1 hr) NEW
Jai Rodriguez hosts this campy fave, with Huber and Bill as gay contestants.

10:00 pm The Graham Norton Show, BBC America (1 hr) NEW
Openly gay talk show host Graham Norton sits down with Scottish Ugly Betty star Ashley Jensen, plus Willem Dafoe stops by and gay fave Lily Allen performs a song.

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Sunday, May 24

8:00 pm Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, ABC (1 hrs) REPEAT
The dream team heads to Geneva, NY to renovate a family’s 200 year-old farm house, enabling them to keep and improve their boxing gym for underprivileged teens. The show features openly gay designer Michael Moloney.

8:00 pm Any Dream Will Do, BBC America (1 hr) NEW
Contestants compete for the lead in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat in a production on London’s West End. One of the judges is openly gay actor/singer John Barrowman, with host Graham Norton. Only four boys remain, as the competition grows fierce.