What to Watch: This Weekend, August 19-21

Tonight catch a new Torchwood: Miracle Day, tomorrow watch Burlesque plus new episodes of Staten Island Cakes and Color Splash and on Sunday tune in for The Glee Project finale and new episodes of True Blood and Entourage.

What to Watch: Friday, August 19

10:00pm: Torchwood: Miracle Day, Starz (1 hr) NEW
Gwen has to uncover the Miracle's history in order to keep her family safe.

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What to Watch: Saturday, August 20

7:00pm: Burlesque, Starz (2 hrs) REPEAT
Starz is airing the GLAAD Media Awards nominated movie Burlesque. Small town girl Ali Rose (Christina Aguilera) moves to Los Angeles and finds work at a struggling burlesque bar owned by Tess (Cher).

8:00pm: Staten Island Cakes, WE tv (1 hr) NEW
Vinny is forced to hire his sister and she's not always as helpful as he'd like her to be.

9:30pm: Color Splash, HGTV (30 mins) NEW
Out designer David Bromstad is using faux birch wood and pops of color to recreate New Jersey's Morristown Library in a basement.

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What to Watch: Sunday, August 21

9:00pm: The Glee Project, Oxygen (1 hr) SEASON FINALE
This week's theme is "Glee-ality." Out performer Alex is among the 4 hopefuls who are competing for a guest starring role on Glee. The winner is announced.

9:00pm: True Blood, HBO (1 hr) NEW
Lafayette is seeking Jesus' help to remove the demon who took over him. Meanwhile Sookie tries to find a way to fit both Bill and Eric into her life.

10:30pm: Entourage, HBO (30 mins) NEW
Vanity Fair interviews Vince, Eric meets with Melinda Clarke and Johnny tries to get Andrew Dice Clay back in order to save his show.

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