Bo is forced to choose between saving herself or saving Lauren on a new Lost Girl. Plus all new episodes of Push Girls, Teen Wolf, and The Secret Life of the American Teenager.
What to Watch: Monday, June 11
8:00pm: The Secret Life of the American Teenager, ABC Family (1 hr) NEW
Amy and Ricky decide to elope out of town without their families, but will they go through with it? Meanwhile, Ben deals with his part in the damage done to Dylan's school; Grace makes a decision about her relationship.
9:00pm: The Real Housewives of New York City, Bravo (1 hr) NEW
Sonja attends the GLAAD Amplifier Awards; LuAnn and Ramona try to mend their relationship, but gossip and accusations complicate things.
10:00pm: Teen Wolf, MTV (1 hr) NEW
Scott tries to stop Derek from creating more werewolves. Meanwhile, Allison begins hunter training.
10:00pm: Push Girls, Sundance (30 mins) NEW
Mia's mother still has trouble accepting her daughter's paralysis and doesn't understand why Angela is celebrating her 10th Anniversary of Life despite her huge medical bills and separation from her husband.
10:00pm: Lost Girl, Syfy (1 hr) NEW
A friend of Trick's hires Bo to investigate when his deceased husband's body is stolen. Bo must make a difficult choice when the killer makes her choose between her own life and Lauren's. Watch a preview below.
Celebrate Pride Month with Diversity on Demand! Tonight watch Hedwig and the Angry Inch plus selected episodes of True Blood using the On Demand menu. Viewers can discover more LGBT inclusive programming by checking facebook.com/DiversityOnDemand for a full listing of shows and movies offered by cable providers.
This morning and afternoon, check your local listings for information about Ellen, The Nate Berkus Show, The 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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