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What to Watch: Tuesday September 27

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Tonight catch all new episodes of GLEE, a new double dose of Dancing With the Stars, 90210, Ringer, and The Rachel Zoe Project.

What to Watch: Tuesday September 27

 

8:00pm Dancing With the Stars: The Encore Performance ABC (1hr) NEW

Check out clips and highlights from second round performances! Go Chaz and Carson!

 

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

Annie needs to pay her sorority dues so she comes up with a way to raise the money.

 

8:00pm Glee Fox (1 hr) NEW

Sue is back in the full swing of "take down Glee club" as Will makes some of the kids attend a "boot camp".

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

Get the second round results!

 

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

Bridget catches a break when she comes across a possible clue that can potentially lead to Siobhan's murderer.

 

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

Against her wishes, Roger heads to Vegas to party with his boys.

 

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