More than 1,500 New Yorkers gathered today in Manhattan to mourn the death of a 32 year-old gay man, who was shot down on Friday just blocks away from the historic Stonewall Inn in an apparent act of anti-gay bias.
What to Watch: Thursday, August 12
Will Adam sacrifice his own well-being to appease his parents on Degrassi? And tune in to see if your favorite dancer has what it takes to win it all on So You Think You Can Dance!
Thursday, August 12
6:00 pm PT/ 9:00 pm ET Degrassi, Teen Nick (30 min) NEW
Adam tries to please his parents by going back to being Chelsea—will his parents be able to get over their misgivings? Later, Connor meets his gaming rival, and Anya feels pressured.
8:00 pm Big Brother 12, CBS (1 hr) NEW
It’s time for another houseguest to get evicted tonight. Keep your fingers crossed that it’s not out houseguest Ragan!
9:00 pm So You Think You Can Dance, Fox (1 hr) SEASON FINALE
It’s the moment we’ve all been waiting for--it’s time to crown America’s best dancer in tonight’s finale! Features out judge Adam Shankman.
9:00 pm Project Runway, Lifetime (90 min) NEW
Designers, including out contestants A.J., Andy, Casanova, Christopher, Michael, Mondo, and Nicholas create unconventional looks for the queen of unconventional, Betsy Johnson!
10:00 pm Boston Med, ABC (1 hr) SEASON FINALE
A plastic surgeon performs a risky face transplant, and the donor’s family deals with the loss but is grateful that it will grant someone else with a new opportunity. Features lesbian resident Kelly Wright.
10:30 pm On the Road with Austin & Santino, Lifetime (1 hr) NEW
Tune in for Lifetime’s newest design series, where former Project Runway contestants Austin and Santino head to Oklahoma to create a dress for a woman celebrating her 30th. Will these out designers be able to create a stunning look for her big day?
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