Want to know about the man behind the music of Queen? Then tune in on Saturday for Freddie Mercury: Magic Remixed! And on Sunday, don't miss the dramatic season one finale of The Real L Word!
Friday, August 13
9:00 pm Shameless, Sundance (1 hr) NEW
Ian discovers that Liam’s been skipping school, and gets even more upset when he finds out who’s responsible. Later, Mandy is pressured to leave Joe while he is in recovery. Features the gay son of a local gangster, Mickey.
Saturday, August 14
9:00 pm Freddie Mercury: Magic Remixed, Logo (1 hr) REPEAT
Don’t miss this documentary featuring the private and professional life of queer rock icon Freddie Mercury, the front man of the legendary band, Queen. Includes candid interviews from out musicians Elton John and Boy George.
Sunday, August 15
8:00 pm Big Brother 12, CBS (1 hr) NEW
Tonight the nominations for eviction are revealed! Tune in to root for the out houseguest, Ragan!
9:00 pm True Blood, HBO (1 hr) NEW
Nan goes to Fangtasia to get answers about the Magister, while Bill learns more about Sookie. Later, Jason finds a new ally, and Arlene has a pessimistic view about her future.
10:00 pm Hung, HBO (30 min) NEW
Tanya stresses over money, and Ray is torn between his neighbor and his newest client. Later, Lenore is fed up with Tanya’s games.
10:00 pm The Real L Word, Showtime (1 hr) SEASON FINALE
What better way to finish off the first season than a trip to Palm Springs for the Dinah Shore, the biggest lesbian party west of the Mississippi?
10:00 pm HGTV Design Star, HGTV (1 hr) NEW
Seaon 4 winner Antonio Ballatore visits the final three designers, which includes out contestant Michael. Will his advice inspire the finalists to build an inspiring glass house expressing their own individual styles?
10:00 pm Entourage, HBO (30 min) NEW
The continuing adventures of Hollywood actor Vince and his gaggle of hangers-on, featuring Ari Gold's gay former assistant Floyd (Rex Lee), now promoted to full fledged agent.
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