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What to Watch: Thursday, August 16


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Tonight catch the premiere of Time Machine Chefs; plus all new episodes of Big Brother, Project Runway, The Real L Word and the season finale of Degrassi.

What to Watch: Thursday, August 16

9:00pm: Big Brother, CBS (1 hr) NEW

Another houseguest will be evicted from the compound as the alliances continue to shift.

9:00pm: Time Machine Chefs, ABC (1 hr) SERIES PREMIERE

Chefs are challenged to create edible masterpieces without modern appliances, running water or electricity. The cast includes out chef Art Smith who is also competing on this season of Bravo's Top Chef Masters.

9:00pm: Project Runway, Lifetime (1.5 hrs) NEW

Joanna Coles guest judges as the designers are challenged to create cohesive looks for professional women.

10:00pm: The Real L Word, Showtime (1 hr) NEW

At the Dinah Shore Whitney and Sara bring in a third party; Cori and Kacy feel overwhelmed by the scene and realize they may have tried to take on too much too early; and Amanda's single girls getaway takes a turn as she hooks up with a rocker.

10:00pm: Degrassi, TeenNick (1 hr) SEASON FINALE

Drama is at an all time high at Degrassi as Romeo and Jules, a revamped version of Shakespeare's classic now about two gay characters, is finally ready for opening night.

This morning and afternoon, check your local listings for information about EllenThe 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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