What to Watch: This Weekend (October 29-31)

Happy Halloween! Get in the spirit with The Rocky Horror Picture Show! Also, is Kevin and Scotty's relationship over on Brothers & Sisters?

Friday, October 29

6:00 pm PT/9:00 pm ET Degrassi, TeenNick (30 mins) NEW

What’s going on with transgender student Adam and Fiona? Also, Clare has a hard time dealing with her parents’ divorce, leading Eli’s parents to make a strange offer.

10:30 pm Fashion Police, E! (30 mins) NEW

Joan Rivers, out celeb stylist George Kotsiopoulos, straight ally Kelly Osbourne, and Giuliana Rancic host this hilarious new series that comments on the week’s celebrity fashion do’s and don’ts!

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Saturday, October 30

9:00 pm In Treatment, HBO2 (30 mins) REPEAT

Missed out teen Jesse’s first episode this season? Get all caught up and see what advice Paul has for him when they talk about everything from Jesse’s issues with his parents to his experiences as a gay youth.

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Sunday, October 31

9:00 pm The Rocky Horror Picture Show , Fox Movie Network (2 hrs) REPEAT

Get nostalgic watching Rocky Horror Glee Show on Tuesday? Can you think of a better way to fire up your Halloween festivities than watching this LGBT classic? Pretty unlikely.

10:00 pm Brothers & Sisters, ABC (1 hr) NEW

Kevin and Scotty’s relationship is on the rocks after Scotty’s infidelity—could it be the end for the super couple? See what’s in store:

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11:30 pm Venture Bros., Cartoon Network (30 mins) REPEAT
Dean gets an internship with Professor Impossible, only to find out that he is a member of the Revenge Society. Features out S.P.I.N.X. member Shore Leave and gay sorcerer monk the Alchemist.

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