On Wednesday night, catch the final three models duking it out for a spot in the finals on America's Next Top Model, Cameron's Gaga conundrum on Modern Family, and double down with Max's dating shenanigans in back to back episodes of Happy Endings. And try to stay up long enough to watch Chaz Bono give David Letterman a little "transgender 101" on CBS' The Late Show!
What to Watch: Wednesday, May 11
8:00pm: America’s Next Top Model, CW (1 hr) NEW
This week, the three remaining models struggle through a talk show correspondent challenge and receive an impromptu visit by Tyra that turns into a photo shoot. And later, Jay Manuel directs the girls during another photo shoot that pairs each of them with a male model as they battle to make it to next week's finale!
9:00pm: Modern Family, ABC (30 min) NEW
When Cameron comes down with the flu and is bedridden, Mitchell is torn between staying to tend to his sick partner or to go out and cash in the Lady Gaga concert tickets they have for that night's performance! Here's a preview for tonight's episode, take a look:
10:00pm: Happy Endings, ABC (30 min) NEW
In the first of tonight's back-to-back Happy Endings episodes, Max has to deal with his friends playing matchmaker for him again when Jane starts to meddle in his love life when she thinks he's passing on the perfect guy. Will Max be up for giving Jane's advice a listen? Tune in and find out!
10:30: Happy Endings, ABC (30 min) NEW
Don't miss the second serving of the show as Max organizes the protest of a major coffee shop chain that opens next to Alex's shop, only to find out that Ian, the adorable new guy he's dating, is the store owner!
11:30: The Late Show with David Letterman, CBS (1 hr) NEW
Chaz Bono stops by Dave's desk to talk about his new documentary, Becoming Chaz , which premiered last night on OWN. Hopefully he'll give Dave a lesson in proper transgender terminology while he's at it.
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