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What to Watch: Monday October 10

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Tonight watch as the boys continue their strut on a new performance episode of Dancing With the Stars, Rosie makes her return to television plus a showing of Sex and the City 2, and an all new episode of The Sing- Off.

What to Watch: Monday October 10

7:00pm The Rosie Show OWN (1 hr) SEASON PREMIERE

Watch as Rosie O'Donnell makes her return to television in the live season premiere of her talk show, The Rosie Show.

8:00pm Dancing With the Stars ABC (90 mins) NEW

Kristen and Mark were eliminated in last week's results episode. This week, the remaining couples continue in the competition during tonight's performance show. Go Carson Kressley and Chaz Bono!

6:00pm Sex and the City 2 HBO2e (2.5 hrs) REPEAT

Watch as the Sex and the City girls travel to Abu Dhabi in this sequel. Charlotte wonders if her husband can be trusted with the nanny, Carrie and Mr. Big fight over his television watching habits, Miranda makes a big career move, and Samantha breaks all the rules.

8:00pm The Sing Off NBC (2 hrs) NEW

Watch as groups compete for a $200,000 Sony record deal.

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Note: This blog post was written by Tanya Tsikanovsky, GLAAD's Entertainment Media Fellow

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