More than 1,500 New Yorkers gathered today in Manhattan to mourn the death of a 32 year-old gay man, who was shot down on Friday just blocks away from the historic Stonewall Inn in an apparent act of anti-gay bias.
What to Watch Wednesday 11/28: Season Premiere of Happily Divorced!
Tonight catch all new episodes of Modern Family, Suburgatory, Top Chef, American Horror Story: Asylum and the season premiere of Happily Divorced.
What to Watch: Wednesday, November 28
9:00pm: Modern Family, ABC (30 mins) NEW
Mitch and Cam try to save a historic tree, but how far will they go in their efforts? Meanwhile, Jay and Manny attend a child's birthday party together and Gloria and Claire have an interesting shopping trip.
9:30pm: Suburgatory, ABC (30 mins) NEW
George begins settling in to his life after Dallas gives him a suburbs-style makeover, but when his NYC friends make fun of him, he questions whether this is exactly what he wants. Meanwhile, Tessa and Lisa's bonding goes wrong and Tessa ends up in the hospital.
10:00pm: Top Chef, Bravo (1 hr) NEW
It's a double elimination episode as the chefs are tasked with re-creating an original 1950's menu from one of the best restaurants in the country.
10:00pm: American Horror Story: Asylum, FX (1 hr) NEW
Sister Mary Eunice senses an evil presence at the asylum and believes a dark angel has descended on Briarcliff. Meanwhile, Kit tries to reunite with Grace. Watch a preview below.
10:30pm: Happily Divorced, TV Land (30 mins) SEASON PREMIERE
Fran makes a tough romantic choice between Elliot and Frankie, but questions herself when Peter's new boss disagrees with her decision. Check out a sneak peek below.
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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