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What to Watch: Wednesday, September 15

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Need some light at the end of your hump day? Then tune in for a night of jam-packed LGBT-inclusive television and meet TV's newest bisexual character, Lucinda on tonight's premiere of Outlaw!

Wednesday, September 15

8:00 pm America’s Next Top Model, The CW (1 hr) NEW
It’s time for the models, including lesbian contestant Kayla, to check out their new digs in Venice, California! Later, Demi Lovato stops by to give some tips on how to deal with bullying in the industry. Features gay fashion experts Miss Jay Alexander and Jay Manuel.

9:00 pm Hellcats, The CW (1 hr) NEW
Will Marti be able to show the team she’s got game after her mom shows up unexpectedly? At the competition, Savannah’s sister gets injured while cheering for the Hellcats’ rival team. Will Savannah compete or console her sister at the hospital? Also, Lewis blames Alice for putting their scholarships in jeopardy.

Fall for NBC's newest bisexual law lady Lucinda Pearl on Outlaw!

10:00 pm Outlaw, NBC (1 hr) SERIES PREMIERE
Don’t miss this all-new legal drama that follows Justice Cyrus Garza (Jimmy Smits) who leaves a job at the Supreme Court in order to take on some interesting new cases. Will bisexual legal clerk Lucinda Pearl (Carly Pope) add some insight to a case involving the freeing of a condemned client on tonight’s premiere?

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