It's the moment all you LGBT TV obsessed readers have been waiting for (you know who you are)! Start the fall season off right with the premieres of many of your favorite series including Dancing with the Stars, How I Met Your Mother, and House!
Monday, September 20
8:00 pm 90210, The CW (1 hr) NEW
Naomi wastes her trust fund money on a birthday bash, and Silver helps Teddy realize he has a drinking problem. Also, Jen is put on bed rest. Features bisexual pop-star in the making Adrianna and lesbian Gia.
8:00 pm Dancing with the Stars, ABC (2 hrs) SEASON PREMIERE
Time to dust of those dancing shoes for an all new season of star-studded boogying! This season features bisexual comedian Margaret Cho paired with out dance expert Louis van Amstel.
8:00 pm How I Met Your Mother, CBS (30 mins) SEASON PREMIERE
Tune in for an all-new season where Barney (out actor Neil Patrick Harris) decides to go on a mission to find his father.
8:00 pm House, Fox (1 hr) SEASON PREMIERE
House and Cuddy’s new relationship is already facing hurdles. Will bisexual MD Thirteen have any advice for her clueless boss?
9:00 pm Gossip Girl, The CW (1 hr) NEW
Serena is on the lookout for Chuck, and Blair may just get a second chance with Louis. Later, Juliet’s plan for bringing Nate and Serena back together comes with some negative consequences.
10:00 pm Weeds, Showtime (30 min) NEW
A parking ticket puts Nancy and her family under the radar, forcing them to escape again. Does this mean lesbian drug dealing duo Linda and Fiona are out of the picture?
10:00 pm Thintervention with Jackie Warner, Bravo (1 hr) NEW
Feel the burn! Out fitness expert Jackie Warner continues the calorie busting workouts at the Rose Bowl. Will the strenuous workout make group therapy even more dramatic?
10:30 pm The Big C, Showtime (30 min) NEW
Cathy (former Tales of the City star Laura Linney) catches Adam in an uncompromising situation, and Paul finds that someone has a crush on him, and Marlene gives Sean one of her husband’s old suits. Features out actress Cynthia Nixon.
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