What to Watch: This Weekend (June 11-13)

Mickey's unconventional relationship gets a little sticky on Shameless, and don't miss out actor Sean Hayes hosting this year's Tony Awards!

Friday, June 11

8:00 pm Stargate Universe, SyFy (2 hrs) SEASON FINALE
Don’t miss the two-part season finale, where Col. Telford receives a threat from the Lucian Alliance. How will things end for lesbian Camile Wray?

9:00 pm Shameless, Sundance (1 hr) NEW
Mickey’s relationship with a married couple is in jeopardy when questions come up about the husband’s sexuality. Also, Frank ignores Monica’s flirtations, leading her to feel like she’s lost her groove. Later, Carl gets a grim diagnosis, Paddy wants revenge, and Karen offers Mandi a bikini wax.

10:00 pm Real Time with Bill Maher, HBO (1 hr) SEASON FINALE
Don’t miss an all-new edition of Real Time, as Bill Maher frequently discusses LGBT-inclusive news stories and guests that have included lesbian pundit Rachel Maddow and out columnist Dan Savage.

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Saturday, June 12

Don't miss an all new season of Logo's Beautiful People!

10:00 pm Beautiful People, Logo (30 min) SEASON PREMIERE
An all new season of Beautiful People, based on the life of out famed style-icon Simon Doonan starts tonight! In this episode, Simon discovers that his parents aren’t married, leading him throw them a wedding extravaganza. Will Simon’s sister’s big news ruin the big day?

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Sunday, June 13

8:00 pm The 64th Annual Tony Awards, CBS (2 hrs) NEW
Out actor and leading actor nominee for his role in Promises, Promises Sean Hayes hosts this year’s show, where LGBT-inclusive La Cage Aux Folles has earned 11 nominations.

9:00 pm True Blood, HBO (1 hr) SEASON PREMIERE
Everyone’s favorite vampire drama heats up the summer with its third season! This week, Sookie (bisexual actress Anna Paquin) asks Eric for help finding Bill, and Andy convinces Jason to keep Egg’s demise a secret, much to Tara’s dismay.

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