What to Watch: Monday, April 16

Tonight catch the second season premiere of Lost Girl, Tom and Sam's budding romance heats up on Smash, a RuPaul's Drag Race rewind and a new episode of The Secret Life of the American Teenager.

What to Watch: Monday, April 16

8:00pm: Secret Life of the American Teenager, ABC Family (1 hr) NEW

Anne's evening with Nora raises new questions for George; Grace is unsure how to react to her mother's secret; Ben makes another attempt to win over Dylan's parents; and Ricky confronts Amy about her attitude and she reveals a secret that will change their lives.

9:00pm: RuPaul's Drag Race, Logo (1 hr) NEW

Watch the RuPaul Rewind to catch up on the highlights of the season before the finale and enjoy never before seen footage of your favorite contestants.

10:00pm: Smash, NBC (1 hr) NEW

Karen and Ivy team up against movie star Rebecca Duvall in hopes of forcing her to leave Bombshell; Tom and Sam's relationship heats up; and Julia and Frank must set aside their differences during a family emergency. Watch a preview of this week's musical number "Dig Deep" with Rebecca (guest star Uma Thurman) as Marilyn.

10:00pm: Lost Girl, Syfy (1 hr) SEASON PREMIERE

In the second season premiere a group of cursed Fae disguised as a traveling circus arrive in town to take advantage of the chaos caused by the declining health of The Ash and the impending war between Light and Dark Fae.

 

This morning and afternoon, check your local listings for information about EllenThe Nate Berkus ShowThe Talk (CBS) and The Chew(ABC). Days of Our Lives on NBC (check local listings for time) features gay character Will as a series regular; keep an eye out for developments between Will and recurring gay characters Sonny and Neil. 

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