What to Watch: Tuesday, August 7

Tonight catch all new episodes of The L.A. Complex, Pretty Little Liars, Beverly Hills Nannies and All The Right Moves.

What to Watch: Tuesday, August 7

8:00pm: Pretty Little Liars, ABC Family (1 hr) NEW

Spencer and Aria visit the Kahn brothers' party and use the opportunity to question Jenna during a game of "Truth," but they'll have to give up some of their own secrets in exchange. Meanwhile, Hanna continues to get spooky texts from "A" about Caleb.

9:00pm: The L.A. Complex, CW (1 hr) NEW

Kal visits his father for the first time in years; Connor is forced to make a tough choice; and Nick tries to beat Sabrina at her own game so he can keep his job.

9:00pm: Beverly Hills Nannies, ABC Family (1 hr) NEW

Amanda starts her job with Marika and she goes on her first blind date. Meanwhile, Justin panics when he is forced into learning how to swim and Kristin looks into starting a legitimate nanny agency.

9:00pm: All The Right Moves, Oxygen (1 hr) NEW

Solo careers threaten the company as Teddy works on a piece for a dancing competition show, Travis' time is all going to preparing a submission for Madonna and Taja has been offered a position dancing for a famous pop star. Check out 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 recurring gay characters Sonny and Neil. Don't forget to keep an eye out for the 20 out Olympians to show up in 2012 Summer Olympics coverage on NBC.

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