More than 1,500 New Yorkers gathered today in Manhattan to mourn the death of a 32 year-old gay man, who was shot down on Friday just blocks away from the historic Stonewall Inn in an apparent act of anti-gay bias.
What to Watch: This Weekend, April 1 - 3
Catch new episodes of Degrassi and Gigantic on TeenNick this Friday night, and on Saturday tune into classic film The Dresser, which was nominated for five Academy Awards. Then on Sunday night, catch up with Kisha & Jen on The Amazing Race and an intervention for Andrew on Desperate Housewives.
Friday, April 1
9:00pm: Degrassi, TeenNick (1 hr) NEW
Fiona is out of rehab and back at Degrassi. Will she be able to rekindle her romance with transgender classmate Adam, or will facing Bobby in court be too much for her to handle to stay on the wagon?
9:00pm: Gigantic, TeenNick (1 hr) NEW
After inviting her dad’s secret boyfriend Charlie to a family dinner to officially meet him, in tonight’s episode Piper tries “recasting” someone in her father’s life.
Saturday, April 2
9:00pm: The Dresser, TCM (2 hrs)
Saturday night, catch the 1983 Academy Award Best Picture nominated classic film, based on Ronald Harwood’s play about an unstable star and his assistant. Starring Albert Finney and Tom Courtenay, check out the original trailer in all its 80's glory here:
Sunday, April 3
8:00pm: Amazing Race: Unfinished Business, CBS (1 hr) NEW
Last week we said goodbye to Margie & Luke, but sister duo Jen & Kisha are still in the running! Can they bounce back from dropping to 6th place this week as they make their way through India? Tune in and find out!
9:00pm: Desperate Housewives, ABC (1 hr) NEW
Tonight, Bree’s gay son Andrew van de Kamp returns to Wisteria Lane, and she becomes increasingly worried about his alcoholism and tricks him into attending an AA meeting. Will her intervention attempts help him get sober, and will Andrew’s fiancé Alex support her efforts? Don't miss tonight's episode!
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