More than 1,500 New Yorkers gathered today in Manhattan to mourn the death of a 32 year-old gay man, who was shot down on Friday just blocks away from the historic Stonewall Inn in an apparent act of anti-gay bias.
What to Watch: Monday, November 1
The A Listers prepare for a relaxing summer that will likely be dramatic, and will Teddy confide in Ian about his sexual orientation on tonight's 90210?
Monday, November 1
8:00 pm How I Met Your Mother, CBS (30 mins) NEW
Zoey enrolls in Ted’s class to with ulterior motives. Features out actor Neil Patrick Harris.
8:00 pm 90210, The CW (1 hr) NEW
Is Teddy trying to come to terms with his sexual orientation or still denying it? Also, Ivy comes clean to Dixon, and Naomi finally presses charges against Mr. Cannon.
9:00 pm Gossip Girl, The CW (1 hr) NEW
Serena and Nate have had it with Chuck and Blair’s games, and Blair is surprised to meet an unexpected guest at her party. Will Serena’s out brother Eric make an appearance tonight?
9:00 pm Real Housewives of Atlanta, Bravo (1 hr) NEW
Kim Z dishes on infidelity on Kandi’s show, while NeNe shows off the results of her recent plastic surgery. Later, the ladies meet for a Mother’s Day celebration, where every topic is fair game for conversation!
10:00 pm The A-List: New York, Logo (1 hr) NEW
The A-listers prep for a fabulous summer, but a showdown between Austin and Derek might put a damper on the partying. Later, Reichen’s career may be on the rocks.
10:30 pm The Big C, Showtime (30 mins) NEW
Rebecca (out actress Cynthia Nixon), Cathy, and Marlene choose an interesting location for their ladies’ lunch. Also, Paul looks for support from his coworkers, and Adam meets a girl at a bus stop.
11:00 pm Arrangement, Logo (1 hr) NEW
How will the remaining contestants handle designing over the top floral designs for former reality tv star Omarosa?
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