Tonight catch brand new episodes of Happy Endings, Go On, Emily Owens, M.D., Don't Trust the B---- in Apt 23, The New Normal and Underemployed.
What to Watch: Tuesday, November 13
9:00pm: Happy Endings, ABC (30 mins) NEW
Max has been working as an emcee at Bar Mitzvahs around the city. When Brad teams up with him and actually turns out to be good, jealousy and tension bloom between the pair. Meanwhile, Dave and Alex have trouble understanding each other's romantic gestures.
9:00pm: Go On, NBC (30 mins) NEW
Ryan reluctantly takes Owen under his wing when he realizes Owen needs a big brother-figure. Meanwhile, Yolanda feels she is ready to graduate from the group.
9:00pm: Emily Owens, M.D., CW (1 hr) NEW
Emily and Micah are baffled when a patient refuses to accept a kidney transplant from her husband. Meanwhile, Emily tries to land the job as Dr. Bandari's research assistant, but runs into competition from Cassandra who is willing to fight dirty.
9:30pm: Don't Trust the B---- in Apt. 23, ABC (30 mins) NEW
June is obsessed with People's Sexiest Man Issue and in an attempt to prove how ridiculous it is, Chloe gets James put on the issue's cover. June is now attracted to him and no one is sure how to act now.
9:30pm: The New Normal, NBC (30 mins) NEW
Bryan, David, Goldie and Shania reluctantly agree to give up their electronics for one day when they realize technology is interfering too much with their lives. Meanwhile, Nana has learned how to use Twitter and posts a private video of Bryan in an attempt to get more followers.
10:00pm: Underemployed, MTV (1 hr) NEW
Sophia tries to get a promotion at Donut Girl. Meanwhile, the group plans to attend trivia night at their favorite bar.
This morning and afternoon, check your local listings for information about Ellen, 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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