Set the DVR for Wednesday morning's episode of Oprah, when she speaks with Meredith Baxter about coming out. Later, tonight gets colorful with a Pride Parade on Being Erica, a zombie challenge on Face Off, and a "bee in your bonnet" photo shoot on America's Next Top Model, plus Cam tries his hand at writing a book on a new episode of Modern Family!
What to Watch: Wednesday, March 2
3:00pm: The Oprah Winfrey Show, ABC (1 hr) NEW
In an interview with "America's Favorite 80's TV Mom," Oprah sits down with lesbian actor Meredith Baxter about her broken marriages, her battles with alcoholism and breast cancer, and her decision to publicly come out.
8:00pm: America’s Next Top Model, CW (1 hr) NEW
In this week’s buzzworthy challenge, Jay Manuel directs the girls through a dramatic photo shoot with live bees, and model-actress Alek Wek joins the judges to decide which model will be eliminated, take a sneak peek below:
9:00pm: Modern Family, ABC (30 min) NEW
Cameron decides to write a book celebrating the fact that Lily is adopted. During the process, however, he unearths facts that are quite disturbing. Meanwhile, Gloria is horrified when Jay buys funeral plots and Claire is left to deal with Hailey and Alex’s fighting when Phil slips away to treat himself at the spa.
10:00pm: Face Off, Sy Fy (1 hr) NEW
The artists creates zombie characters to dance in a choreographed routine with each other’s corpsy creations in tonight’s “Dancing with the Dead” challenge. Two contestants will be eliminated this week, tune in and root for out artist Gage!
11:00pm: Being Erica, SoapNet (1 hr) NEW
Erica reconnects with her college girlfriend Cassidy when she returns to town for the Toronto Pride Week. With everyone in the city letting loose, and things with Adam heating up, Erica is instructed by Dr. Tom to embrace her "id” and let her impulses guide her during the Pride Festival!
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