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, August 12-14
Tonight watch the GLAAD Media Awards nominated film Scott Pilgrim vs. the World plus a new episode of Torchwood: Miracle Day. Tomorrow catch Dirty Laundry, a film about a man coming back home after being gone for 10 years, and new episodes of Staten Island Cakes, Curb Appeal: The Block and Color Splash. Sunday brings episodes of The Glee Project, True Blood and Entourage.
What to Watch: Friday, August 12
9:00pm: Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, More Max (2 hrs) REPEAT
In this GLAAD Media Awards nominated film Scott must battle his girlfriend’s seven evil exes.
10:00pm: Torchwood: Miracle Day, Starz (1 hr) NEW
The team members are stuck on different continents, leaving Jack on his own as he faces the conspiracy.
What to Watch: Saturday, August 13
8:00pm: Dirty Laundry, BET (2 hrs) REPEAT
When a boy shows up on his doorstep claiming to be his son, Sheldon (Rockmond Dunbar) is forced to return to Atlanta after being gone for 10 years.
8:00pm: Staten Island Cakes, WE tv (1 hr) NEW
Vinny's mentor pays him a visit and gives him management advice following an argument Vinny had with his assistants.
8:00pm: Curb Appeal: The Block, HGTV (30 mins) NEW
Out designer John Gidding builds a deck to spruce up a boring house.
9:30pm: Color Splash, HGTV (30 mins) NEW
David Bromstad gives a traditional makeover to a family room in New Jersey.
What to Watch: Sunday, August 14
9:00pm: The Glee Project, Oxygen (1 hr) NEW
This week's theme is "Believability." Kevin McHale (Artie Abrams on Glee) is this week's guest mentor.
9:00pm: True Blood, HBO (1 hr) NEW
Sookie and Eric show their loyalty to the king. Meanwhile, Lafayette is manipulated by a spirit.
10:30pm: Entourage, HBO (30 mins) NEW
Eric pitches a promising script for a movie set in Queens.
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