What to Watch Tuesday 3/26: The New Normal takes on Boy Scouts' ban

Tonight catch a new episode of The New Normal as they take on the BSA's ban on gay scouts and leaders. Plus all new episodes of Go On, Splash and Smash.

What to Watch: Tuesday, March 26

8:00pm: Splash, ABC (1 hr) NEW

This reality series features celebs training and competing in regulation platform and springboard diving. Out Olympian Greg Louganis serves as the show's diving instructor

9:00pm: Go On, NBC (30 mins) NEW

Anne offers to set up Ryan with her friend Talia (guest star Courteney Cox), but when the three go out together Talia flirts with both of them and they begin to compete for her affections. Meanwhile, Lauren and Yolanda get into a disagreement over a man who has shown interest in both of them.

9:30pm: The New Normal, NBC (30 mins) NEW

Despite Bryan's concerns, former Eagle Scout David decides to chaperone an overnight Boy Scout trip. However, his membership is revoked when someone reports him to the National Office after David comes out to the troop and the other scout leaders. Meanwhile, Rocky gives Goldie unwanted advice.

10:00pm: Smash, NBC (1 hr) NEW

Tom finds himself in an awkward position when Ivy brings Sam back to town. Meanwhile, Jimmy and Derek disagree over what Hit List should look like and Karen and Ana struggle to stand up for their own opinions. Watch a sneak peek below.

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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 Sonny.

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