Tonight watch as Anne reveals some important news on the Secret Life of the American Teenager season finale; the back to back series premiere of Push Girls; and a new episode of Lost Girl.
What to Watch: Monday, June 4
8:00pm: The Secret Life of the American Teenager, ABC Family (1 hr) SEASON FINALE
Anne shares some huge news with her family; Ben tries to convince his father to let him transfer to Dylan's private school.
10:00pm: Push Girls, Sundance (30 mins) SERIES PREMIERE
A new reality series about a group of four young women who use wheelchairs including Tiphany who openly dates women and men. The premiere begins with former model Angela determined to re-launch her career, Auti contemplates motherhood and Tiphany and Mia both reconsider their romantic relationships. Watch the trailer below.
10:00pm: Lost Girl, Syfy (1 hr) NEW
Bo and Kenzi go undercover at a strip club to catch a murderer; Trick learns more about the conflict building between the Light and Dark Fae; Lauren and Bo research the cause of Nadia's coma and how to use the weapon the Morrigan gave to Bo.
10:30pm: Push Girls, Sundance (30 mins) NEW
Auti enters a ballroom dance competition and only has two days to rehearse. Meanwhile, Mia worries that her boyfriend may not be Mr. Right.
Celebrate Pride Month with Diversity on Demand! Tonight watch And Then Came Lola, the 2009 film about a talented but distracted photographer who has three chances to get it right with her career and her girlfriend on the line; plus selected episodes of The Wireusing 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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