Get ready for a stellar night of television this Tuesday: shiny new episodes of Stargate Universe, Pretty Little Liars and Skins air tonight, plus a patriotic challenge on Drag Race!
What to Watch: Monday, March 14
8:00pm: Pretty Little Liars, ABC Family (1 hr) NEW
As Paige works towards coming to terms with being gay and pursuing a relationship with Emily, the Liars keep secrets from each other regarding their feelings while they get closer to discovering A’s secret at the Founder's Day Festival, in the last episode before the season finale next week! Here’s a preview of tonight’s “Monsters in the End” episode:
10:00pm: Skins, MTV (1 hr) NEW
In tonight’s episode, the story revolves around Tina the teacher, who celebrates her birthday and trades good grades for Abbud’s discretion when he discovers she slept with Chris. Tune to catch the drama as her secret spills out and to find out how questioning lesbian cheerleader Tea deals with her feelings for Tony.
10:00pm: RuPaul’s Drag Race, LOGO (1 hr) NEW
Out figure skater Johnny Weir and model Cheryl Tiegs guest judge as the competition gets patriotic when the girls record patriotic message for the troops in tonight’s “Life, Liberty & the Pursuit of Style” challenge!
10:00pm: Stargate Universe, SyFy (1 hr) NEW
Eli has the support of lesbian officer Camile Wray in his proposition to attempt a risky maneuver to return the ship to Earth, but Colonel Young surprises Camile and Townsend when he agrees to back Dr. Rush’s opposition to the plan in this sneak peek at tonight’s episode:
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