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What to Watch: This Weekend (August 27-29)

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It's a big weekend for all of you TV fanatics! On Saturday, tune in for the Real Momentum Queer Streets documentary. On Sunday,  make friends with your couch for one of the most watched events of the year, the Primetime Emmys!

Friday, August 27

Tune in for a Buffy marathon featuring her lesbian sidekick Willow!

6:00 pm- 12:00 am Buffy, Logo (6 hrs) REPEAT
Feeling nostalgic? Then tune in for LGBT-inclusive cult series Buffy! Logo dedicates six hours to the classic series, so sharpen your steaks and prepare to battle! Features Buffy’s lesbian bff, Willow.

9:00 pm Shameless, Sundance (1 hr) NEW
Frank gets kicked out of the house and goes to a confessional booth where he spies on someone else’s shocking sins. Elsewhere, Mimi and Patrick’s marriage is on the rocks, and Maxine tells Carl her true feelings. Features the gay son of a local gangster, Mickey, and Ian.

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Saturday, August 28

6:00 pm PT/9:00 pm ET Being Human, BBC America (1 hr) NEW
Annie starts working with a celebrity psychic and helps ghosts with some of their unfinished business—but things take an interesting turn when her mom crashes one of the psychic’s shows. Features out actor Russell Tovey.

9:00 pm Queer Streets, Logo (1 hr) REPEAT
Tune in to this segment of the Real Momentum Documentary Series where Director Sarah Feightener, Brooke Sopelsa, and Alex Waterfield shine light on several gay homeless youth in New York City. These youth find solace and shelter at Sylvia’s Place, a safe space for homeless LGBT adolescents.

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Sunday, August 29

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!

Will out actor Chris Colfer take home an Emmy tonight?

5:00 pm PT/8:00 pm ET 62nd Primetime Emmys, NBC (3 hrs) NEW
It’s the moment TV buffs everywhere have been waiting for! This year, nominees include LGBT-inclusive programming like Glee, Nurse Jackie, Project Runway, and True Blood. But that’s not all—out actors Chris Colfer, Jane Lynch, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Neil Patrick Harris have also received nods!

9:00 pm True Blood, HBO (1 hr) NEW
Gay drug dealer Lafayette is rudely awakened from a “V” trip, and Eric continues his journey for revenge. Later, Jessica and Hoyt’s romance continues to grow, and Jason has a hard time with Crystal’s revelation.

10:00 pm Hung, HBO (30 min) NEW
Ray’s day at school is made even worse with Mike’s accusations, and Ronnie vents at a dermatology banquet. Later, Tanya gives Ray, Lenore, and Patty a piece of her mind.

10:30 pm Entourage, HBO (1 hr) NEW
Turtle asks the owner of the NBA for money, while Eric tries to convince Drama to do the Billy Walsh series. Later, Ari finds out that Amanda might have beaten him to the chase for a new business deal and Vince attempts to get Sasha a role in his new film. Features Ari’s gay assistant, Lloyd.

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