Much like the networks, the daily TV column will be taking a break until after the new year, but here are some highlights to keep an eye out for till then.
Monday, December 20
8:00 pm Skating with the Stars, ABC (60 mins) NEW
The fifth and final week of competition! What will outlandish Olympic figure skater turned judge Johnny Weir think of this round of performances?
10:00 pm Tabatha’s Salon Takeover, Bravo (1 hr) NEW
Out hair pro Tabatha helps a Houston salon with five dueling owners.
Tuesday, December 21
10:00 pm Girls Who Like Boys Who Like Boys, Sundance (1 hr) NEW
Catch back to back episodes featuring David's visit to a psychic and Elisa on a blind date.
10:00 pm Fashion Show: Ultimate Collection, Bravo (75 mins) NEW
The remaining designers tackle a challenge involving lost-and-found items from a New Jersey train station. Which they will hopefully clean first.
Wednesday, December 22
8:00 pm A Home for the Holidays, CBS (1 hr) SPECIAL
This special to raise awareness of adoption and child fostering will feature performances by Ricky Martin and Melissa Etheridge.
10:00 pm Top Chef All Stars, Bravo (1 hr) NEW
The chefs have to make holiday stuffing without kitchen utensils. Out chef Dale was sent home last week, but Jaime and Tiffini are still in the running.
Tuesday, December 28
10:00 pm Girls Who Like Boys Who Like Boys, Sundance (1 hr) FINALE
The first season wraps up with back to back episodes, featuring Joel and Mike's wedding.
Friday, December 31
10:30 Watch What Happens Live, Bravo NEW
Out gossip guru Andy Cohen rings in the new year with Sandra Bernhard, LGBT-ally Megan McCain, and other guests.
11:0 New Year's Eve Live with Anderson Cooper and Kathy Griffin, CNN NEW
These two plus New Year's eve tends to equal unpredictable water-cooler moments.
Sunday, Janurary 2
9:00 pm Desperate Housewives, ABC (1 hr) NEW
The Wisteria Lane Riot has left Susan fighting for her life.
10:00 pm Brothers & Sisters, ABC (1 hr) NEW
Nora's date turns into a scandal.
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