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What to Watch: Tuesday, September 21

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Premiere week continues tonight with the highly anticipated premiere of Glee--check out the sneak peek to see what's in store!

Tuesday, September 21

8:00 pm Dancing with the Stars, ABC (2 hrs) NEW
What did you think of bisexual comedian Margaret Cho’s performance last night? Find out what her fate is tonight on the first results show of the season!

8:00 pm Glee, Fox (1 hr) SEASON PREMIERE
Gleeks better get their game faces ready for an all new season of one of Fox’s most successful LGBT-inclusive series! Find out what all of your jocks and misfits have been up to, including the glee club’s fashion-forward phenom Kurt. Also stars out actress Jane Lynch as Sue Sylvester.

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9:00 pm Flipping Out, Bravo (1 hr) NEW
The consequences of Jeff’s outburst makes him re-evaluate the things that are important to him—but not before delving into Sarah’s private life!

9:30 pm Running Wilde, Fox (30 mins) SERIES PREMIERE
Former Arrested Development star Will Arnett tries to woo environmentally conscious single mom Keri Russell. Features Steve’s (Will Arnett) gay assistant, Mr. Lunt.

10:00 pm The Rachel Zoe Project, Bravo (1 hr) SEASON FINALE
All of the high-fashion frenzy comes to an end tonight, but Team Zoe goes out with a bang when they put together some fabulous looks for a NYC fashion ball. Features out style director Brad Goreski.

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