Get the DVR ready this Monday night! Brand new episodes of The Secret Life of the American Teenager, 90210, and Gossip Girl air tonight, followed by the season finale of RuPaul's Drag Race! And after the next drag superstar is named, don't miss new episodes of Nurse Jackie and United States of Tara on Showtime!
What to Watch: Monday, April 25
8:00pm: The Secret Life of the American Teenager, ABC Family (1 hr) NEW
In last week’s episode, Amy proposed to Ricky but he didn’t give her an answer one way or the other; when Amy again tries to define their relationship this week, will he turn to his lesbian mom Nora for advice?
8:00pm: 90210, CW (1 hr), NEW
After their spring break fight last week, the gang notices Silver acting strangely after rival Adriana secretly switches out her bipolar meds. And will Teddy give his new crush Marco that tennis lesson he owes him this week? Tune in to find out!
9:00pm: Gossip Girl, CW (1 hr) NEW
Last week, Dan confided in Serena’s gay brother Eric about his feelings for Blaire, and tonight Serena enlists Charlie to tail Blaire and Dan and find out the truth about their relationship. Eric is on hand when gossip about their kiss spreads like wild fire at the Pink Party, will he be able to help the pair deal with fallout?
10:00pm: RuPaul’s Drag Race, LOGO (1 hr) SEASON FINALE
Find out who will be America’s next drag superstar tonight! Manila, Raja, and Alexis Mateo face off for the last time as they work it one final time for the crown, and two of the queens will sashay away. Tune in tonight and cheer your favorite doll to victory!
10:00pm: Nurse Jackie, Showtime (30 min) NEW
This week Dr. Cooper has to juggle his personal and professional life when he fights O’Hara for the ER chief position and finds out his mothers (guest stars Swoozie Kurtz and Judith Light) are getting a divorce, take a look at tonight’s preview:
10:30pm: United States of Tara, Showtime (30 min) NEW
Marshall and Lionel’s relationship is on even thinner ice this week when Lionel suspects something is going on between Marshall and their fellow gay classmate Noah. As Marshall wrestles with his feelings for both of them, their student film project is jeopardized by the drama.
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