This weekend catch all new episodes of The Amazing Race, Say Yes to the Dress: Atlanta, Revenge, Upstairs Downstairs and The Good Wife.
What to Watch: Friday: October 19
9:00pm: Say Yes to the Dress: Atlanta, TLC (30 mins) NEW
A bride clashes with her fiance when they disagree over her dress and he believes he should have final say because he is paying for it. Another woman still can't make up her mind after visiting over 20 salons in her search.
9:30pm: Say Yes to the Dress: Atlanta, TLC (30 mins) NEW
Two women search for their dream wedding dresses in an upscale salon in Atlanta.
This morning and afternoon, check your local listings for information about Ellen,The Talk (CBS) & 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.
What to Watch: Sunday, October 21
8:00pm: The Amazing Race, CBS (1 hr) NEW
The teams continue the race in Dhaka, Bangladesh. This season's cast includes gay couple Josh Kilmer-Purcell and Brent Ridge (better known as The Fabulous Beekman Boys) and gay Chippendales dancer Jaymes Vaughan.
9:00pm: Revenge, ABC (1 hr) NEW
Daniel finally takes control of his life and Emily and Aiden are left to suffer the consequences. Meanwhile, Amanda learns the hard way that manipulating the Graysons is a lot like playing with fire.
9:00pm: Upstairs Downstairs, PBS (1 hr) NEW
The second season of this British period drama introduces Alex Kingston as Blanche Mottershead, a doctor who was in a relationship with Lady Portia Alresford and suffers the consequences when Portia releases a thinly veiled memoir about their relationship.
9:30pm: The Good Wife, CBS (1 hr) NEW
Eli pulls out a victory in the battle to protect Peter's reputation. Alicia and Diane are frustrated as they try to work a case that forces them to switch approaches against a lawyer who keeps changing tactics.
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