What to Watch: Monday, September 12

Tonight catch a special 90 minutes interview with Lady Gaga, the season finale of Design Star, and the newest episodes from The Big C, Weeds, The Closer, Eureka, and Warehouse 13.

What to Watch: Monday, September 12

8:00pm: Gaga by Gaultier, The CW (1.5 hrs) NEW
Check out Paris' fashion designer Jean Paul Gaultier interview Lady Gaga on her life and rise to celebrity stardom!
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8:00pm: Eureka, Syfy (1hr) NEW
See what Carter and Taggart do about the melted cow mystery.
Hopefully we will see - and hear -  more of Vincent.

8:00pm: Warehouse 13, Syfy (1hr) NEW
Pete shuffles through Jane's memories to investigate the Regent murders.

9:00pm: Design Star, HGTV (1 hr) NEW
In tonight's season finale, Meg and Karl compete in their hardest challenge yet: creating their very own TV show pilot! Who will land a contract for his or her own show on HGTV? Find out tonight!

9:00pm: The Closer, TNT (1 hr) NEW
Brenda and her team investigate the shooting death of a deputy sheriff.

10:00pm: Weeds, Showtime (30 min) NEW
While Silas tries getting Emma back, Nancy follows Doug and Andy to the Hamptons, and Shane tags along with Detective Ouellette on a drug bust.

10:30pm: The Big C, Showtime (30 min) NEW
Impulses rise in Andrea's choice about Myk, Adam searches for his missing uncle, and Cathy makes a huge decision concerning her family.

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