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What to Watch: Wednesday, July 11

Be sure to catch the series premieres of Hit & Miss and Beverly Hills Nannies tonight; plus all new episodes of both Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles and Around the World in 80 Plates.

What to Watch: Wednesday, July 11

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

In the series premiere, the top nannies of Beverly Hills deal with their famous and high power employers over-the-top demands. One of the featured families is same-sex couple Sherry and Dana Solomon and their daughter Sterling.

9:00pm: Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles, Bravo (1 hr), NEW

Josh Flagg gets sad news from a close family friend; Josh Altman is desperate to find a lucrative new listing; and Madison is seemingly set up for failure by a developer who insists on showing the property during construction.

10:00pm: Hit & Miss, Audience Network (1 hr) SERIES PREMIERE

Chloe Sevigny stars as Mia, a transgender hitwoman who learns that she has a son with her former lover, Wendy, after Wendy passes away and names Mia as the guardian of the 11-year-old boy and Wendy's other children. Watch a sneak peek below.

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10:00pm: Around the World in 80 Plates, Bravo (1 hr), NEW

One chef schemes to oust a competitor while the chefs try to master the empanada, a well-known South American cuisine, in hopes of making it into the final round.  Narda Lepes is the regional food expert.

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.

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