Set the DVR this Monday for the spring premieres of Secret Life, Nurse Jackie, and United States of Tara air tonight, and things get hairy on both brand new episodes of Being Human and RuPaul's Drag Race!
What to Watch: Monday, March 28
8:00pm: The Secret Life of the American Teenager, ABC Family (1 hr) SEASON PREMIERE
On tonight’s spring premiere, the babymama drama kicks off with Adrian and Ben learning the sex of their baby, and gay teen Griffin has some choice words for Grant, whom he fixed up with Grace before they left for camp together.
9:00pm: Being Human, SyFy (1 hr) NEW
Josh’s lesbian sister may have to start referring to herself as Aunt Emily, because when she returns in tonight’s episode, Nora informs Josh that she’s carrying his potentially hirsute child. Meanwhile, Danny tries to exorcise Sally from the house and Aidan returns to his vamp clan as part of his deal to save Josh.
10:00pm: RuPaul’s Drag Race, LOGO (1 hr) NEW
On tonight’s “RuPaul’s Hair Ball,” guest judges Wayne Brady and Fantasia help decide who the final four will be as the challenge gets hairy: the girls are tasked with creating three hairstyles to complement three outfits, as well as creating an entire outfit out of hair.
10:00pm: Nurse Jackie, Showtime (30 min) SEASON PREMIERE
In tonight’s season 3 premiere, Jackie's marriage is as strained as her relationship with her best friend bisexual doctor Eleanor O'Hara, after the intervention last season. Will she balance her addictions with her relationships this season? Here's a sneak peek at what's in store!
10:30pm: United States of Tara, Showtime (30 min) SEASON PREMIERE
Tara goes back to college in tonight’s season premiere, and her son Marshall purchases a camera for his filmmaking class that he and his boyfriend Lionel are taking. Will the two be able to overcome their differences from last season? Tune in and find out!
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