What to Watch: Tuesday, May 3

This Tuesday night, catch Kristin Chenoweth guest starring on Glee and father/son-in-law bonding on The Fabulous Beekman Boys, followed by the last round of "blind auditions" on The Voice and major drama on The Good Wife!

What to Watch: Tuesday, May  3

8:00pm: Glee, Fox (1.5 hr), NEW
Sue Sylvester whips up some Grade A chaos when she prints incendiary "blind items" in the school newspaper, and Finn and Rachel are shocked when they spy his gay stepbrother Kurt at Sam’s house after hours. And don’t miss Kristin Chenoweth reprising her guest role as April Rhodes, returning to Lima to convince Mr. Schuester to hit the road with her!

10:00pm: The Fabulous Beekman Boys, Planet Green (30 min) NEW
When Josh's parents arrive for a week-long visit, Josh takes his mom to the city in hopes that Brent will bond with Dave. As the guys embark on their bonding adventure (complete with shotgun lessons and muskrat hunts), will Dave be able to survive a week with the fussy Brent ?

9:00pm: The Voice, NBC (2 hrs) NEW
Lesbian singers Beverly McClellan and Vicci Martinez have both joined the competition: Beverly is on Team Christina and Vicci is on Team Cee-Lo! Check out tonight’s second round of “blind auditions” and see what new voices will be joining Beverly and Vicci’s teams!

10:00pm: The Good Wife, CBS (1 hr) NEW
Last week, Alicia finally learned that her best friend, bisexual investigator Kalinda, had slept with her husband Peter. How will her friendship with Kalinda and her relationship with Peter suffer now that she knows? Take a look at this preview of tonight's emotional episode:

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