Catch "Coming Out on The Oprah Show," a special look at Oprah's coverage of LGBT issues. Later, the Fashion Show season finale and new episodes of Southland and Chopped air tonight. Attention Fellow Gleeks: there’s no new episode tonight, but you can get your fix with a “Glee-peat” of the wedding episode!
What to Watch: Tuesday, January 25
3:00pm: The Oprah Winfrey Show, ABC (1 hr) NEW
Today, Oprah hosts "Coming Out" on the Oprah Show: 25 Years of Unforgettable Guests, a look back at the LGBT issues covered by O. Guests include Olympic athlete Greg Louganis as well as the world's only openly gay prince (India's Manvendra Singh Gohil), and a surprise guest who was inspired by Louganis to come out himself. (Don't worry, working stiffs: the show re-airs at 10:00pm tonight).
8:00pm: Glee, Fox (1 hr), REPEAT
Relive the hilarity and heartache tonight when Karofsky’s expulsion is overturned by the school board and newlyweds Burt and Carole use their honeymoon fund to transfer Kurt to Dalton Academy. Despite their new family being split between schools, Finn recruits the New Directions to dedicate a showstopper at the wedding to his new step-brother.
10:00pm: Fashion Show: Ultimate Collection, Bravo (1 hr) NEW
The Season 2 finale airs tonight! Hosted by Iman, out designer Isaac Mizrahi, and Harper’s Bazaar director Laura Brown, the three finalists Calvin, Dominique and Jeffrey face off for the last time. There can only be one ultimate collection!
10:00pm: Chopped, Food Network (1 hr) NEW
In tonight’s “Doughs and Don’ts” challenge, the chefs face trout, a deckle of beef (yeah, that’s a real thing), and mini-coconuts. Hosted by out judge Ted Allen, tonight’s episode promises to be a sizzler with hints of one chef’s safety concerns and another chef’s trout trauma.
10:00pm: Southland, TNT (1 hr) NEW
Closeted character John mentors Ben, giving him several tips to being a police officer including the proper ways to make a death notification and arrest a suspected drug user. Take a sneak peek at tonight’s episode here:
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