What to Watch: This Weekend, July 15-17
Tonight Captain Jack Harkness realizes what his mortality means on Torchwood: Miracle Day. Tomorrow catch the GLAAD Media Award winning film The Kids Are All Right and on Sunday tune in for new episodes of True Blood, The Glee Project and The Real L Word.
What to Watch: Friday, July 15
10:00pm: Torchwood: Miracle Day, Starz (1 hr) NEW
Last week Starz introduced Americans to Torchwood: Miracle Day and Captain Jack Harkness. On this second episode, things are moving along as Jack realizes he is the most vulnerable man on Earth and a flight to the United States becomes a battle for survival.
What to Watch: Saturday, July 16
7:20pm: Easy A, Starz (1.5 hrs) REPEAT
This GLAAD Media Award nominated comedy follows Olive, a high school student who helps the unpopular guys at her school by spreading false rumors.
8:00pm: The Kids Are All Right, HBO (2 hrs) REPEAT
Catch the GLAAD Media Award winning film about a lesbian couple and their children who welcome the kids' biological father in their lives.
9:00pm: The Suze Orman Show, CNBC (1 hr) NEW
Finance Guru Suze Orman tells you how to afford Lady Gaga tickets!
9:30pm: Color Splash, HGTV (30 mins) NEW
David Bromstad creates a room inspired by the Biltmore Hotel at Coral Gables.
What to Watch: Sunday, July 17
9:00pm: True Blood, HBO (1 hr) NEW
Alcide helps Sookie track down Eric. Meanwhile Bill realizes he has a bond with the Bellefleurs.
9:00pm: The Glee Project, Oxygen (1 hr) NEW
Darren Criss (Blaine on Glee) returns and helps the contestants with this week's assignment: pairability. The remaining contestants have to sing duets and realize it's harder than it seems.
10:00pm: The Real L Word, Showtime (1 hr) NEW
Romi's jewelry line is about to pay off, a major designer shows interest in her work. Kacy and Cori are still trying to get pregnant but nothing seems to be working.
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