What to Watch: Tuesday September 20

Tonight catch the season premiere of GLEE, a new double dose of Dancing With the Stars, all new episodes of 90210, Ringer, and The Rachel Zoe Project, and a viewing of HBO’s documentary The Strange History of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.

 

What to Watch: Tuesday September 20

 

8:00pm Dancing With the Stars: Meet the Cast ABC (1hr) NEW

Check out performance highlights, rehearsal footage, and judges’ commentary for this season.

 

8:00pm 90210 The CW (1 hr) NEW

Naomi and Annie get comfortable with college by rushing a popular sorority. Only four more Teddy episodes to go!

 

8:00pm Glee Fox (1 hr) NEW

The Glee kids are back! As season 3 opens, see how they bounce back from last year’s loss at regionals!

 

8:00pm The Strange History of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell (1 hr) REPEAT

The new documentary from filmmakers Fenton Bailey and Randy Barbato examines how the US Armed forces’ ban on being out in the military has evolved over the years.

 

9:00pm Dancing With the Stars ABC (1 hr) NEW

Watch this season’s first elimination and results from the first episode. Go Carson and Chaz!

 

9:00pm Ringer The CW (1 hr) NEW

In order to learn more about Siobhan, Machado decides to stay in NYC.

 

10:00pm Rachael Zoe Project Bravo (1 hr) NEW

Rachel tries to convince Joey to be her fashion aide!

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