What to Watch: Wednesday, August 11

Transgender student Adam comes to terms with his past on tonight's Degrassi, and the Beekman business jeopardizes Josh & Brent's anniversary celebration on The Fabulous Beekman Boys.

Wednesday, August 11

6:00 pm PT/ 9:00 pm ET Degrassi, Teen Nick (30 min) NEW
Transgender student Adam has trouble dealing with his past, while Conor’s addiction gets serious. Later, Holly J, Sav and Anya group together for a project. Features gay jock Riley, who is out to select friends.

Adam deals with his identity on tonight's Degrassi.

6:00 pm PT/ 9:00 pm ET The Fabulous Beekman Boys, Planet Green (30 min) SEASON FINALE
Spring has sprung at the Beekman farm, and while Josh is excited to to get his hands dirty gardening, Brent has other plans that include moving the business and opening a retail store. Will all of the craziness put a damper on the couple’s 10-year anniversary plans?

8:00 pm So You Think You Can Dance, Fox (2 hrs) NEW
Tonight is part 1 of the two-part finale…with only three dancers left! They better pull out their best moves for out judge Adam Shankman!

8:00 pm Big Brother 12, CBS (1 hr) NEW
Tonight is the night for the Power of Veto competition! Who will be up for eviction? Will it be openly gay Ragan?

10:00 pm The Real World: New Orleans, MTV (1 hr) NEW
Knight’s cruel comments makes Jemmye rethink her relationship, while Sahar and Jemmye’s friendship is also put to the test. Features out roommate Preston.

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