What to Watch: Monday September 26

Tonight cheer on Carson Kressley and Chaz Bono on an all new Dancing With the Stars, and catch new episodes of The Playboy Club, Most Eligible Dallas, Weeds, and The Big C.

What to Watch: Monday September 26

Syndicated, check local listings Ellen Degeneres Show (1 hr) NEW

Wanda Sykes opens up in a very personal interview about her recent struggle with breast cancer.

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

The season 13 contestants continue their struts in tonight's episode. Keep your eyes peeled for Carson Kressley and Chaz Bono!

10:00pm Most Eligible Dallas Bravo (1 hr) NEW

Things could not get more awkward when Courtney accepts a double date invitation from Matt. And will the tides calm down after last episode's big fight between Drew and Courtney? Stay tuned!

10:00pm The Playboy Club NBC (1hr) NEW

The tension rises among the Bunnies when they compete to be the next Playboy Magazine cover girl.

10:00pm Weeds Showtime (30 mins) NEW

Silas has it out for Nancy and doesn't hesitate to meet her head on.

10:30pm The Big C Showtime (30 mins) NEW

Everyone mourns and deals with the effects of Lee's passing.

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