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What to Watch: This Weekend, March 25-27

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This weekend, catch all new episodes of Degrassi, The Graham Norton Show, and The Amazing Race, and don't miss the season finale of Shameless on Showtime this Sunday!

Friday, March 25

9:00pm: Degrassi, TeenNick (1 hour)
NEW
Holly J continues to push herself to the extremes, and Alli has yet to return home, much to the worry of her fellow classmates at Degrassi (including transgender student Adam and gay teen couple and teammates Riley and Zane).

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Saturday, March 26

10:00pm: The Graham Norton Show, BBC America (1 hr) NEW
This week, out host Graham is joined by actors Dame Helen Mirren and Emily Blunt and comedian Ed Byrne, followed by a special performance by  The Wanted.

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Sunday, March 27

8:00pm: Amazing Race: Unfinished Business, CBS (1 hr) NEW
With Margie & Luke in 3rd place and Kisha & Jen in 4th place, the two teams with gay members have fared well so far! On this week’s leg that takes the team from China to India, will they be able to stay on top? Tune in and find out!

10:00pm: Shameless, Showtime (1 hr) SEASON FINALE
Gay teen Ian and his brother Lip were arrested last week after stealing Steve’s stolen car to track down Ian’s biological father. In tonight’s season finale, will the boys be let off with a warning or follow in their miscreant father’s footsteps and get locked up? For a sneak peek, here's a clip from tonight’s finale:

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