Miss your favorite gay couple on ABC? Then tune in tonight for the premiere of an all new season of Modern Family!
Wednesday, September 22
8:00 pm America’s Next Top Model, The CW (1 hr) NEW
The model hopefuls, including lesbian contestant Kayla, get made-over only to discover that there is a surprise elimination to follow. Features out modeling experts Miss Jay Alexander and Jay Manuel.
9:00 pm Modern Family, ABC (30 mins) SEASON PREMIERE
Cameron asks for Jay’s help after Mitchell tries to build Lily a castle on his own. Will things turn disastrous? Also, Phil has to get rid of the family car, but is slowed down by nostalgia surrounding the clunker. Later, Manny asks a girl over for a study session. Check out a sneak peek of Cameron and Mitchell's castle debacle below:
9:00 pm Hellcats, The CW (1 hr) NEW
Savannah goes on a date with Dan but goes overboard with her drinking, and Alice goes to extreme lengths to try to get back on the team. And will lesbian cheerleader Patty get more screen time tonight?
9:00 pm Law & Order: SVU, NBC (1 hr) SEASON PREMIERE
NBC’s famous who-dunnit series begins its twelfth season tonight with the case of a ten year old runaway. Will out psychologist Dr. Huang help crack the case?
9:00 pm Criminal Minds, CBS (1 hr) SEASON PREMIERE
An all-new season starts tonight with the conclusion of a search for an Los Angeles based serial killer. Will sassy analyst Penelope’s (out actress Kirsten Vangsness) techie genius help add shed some light on the killer’s whereabouts?
10:00 pm Top Chef: Just Desserts, Bravo (1 hr) NEW
Out chefs Yigit, Zac, and Tim create some yum-worthy sweets from cocktails. Cheers!
10:00 pm The Whole Truth, ABC (1 hr) SERIES PREMIERE
ABC’s newest legal drama features both sides of every story—whose side will you take? Tonight, a high school teacher is charged with murder after one of his students is found dead. Features openly gay defense attorney Alejo.
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