This weekend catch the 56th Grammy Awards, plus all new episodes of The Carrie Diaries, Downton Abbey, Shamless, Girls and Looking.
What to Watch: Friday, January 24
8:00pm: The Carrie Diaries, CW (1 hr) NEW
Carrie attends senior prom in the city and an offer from Larissa has Carrie reconsidering her plans following graduation and Sebastian tries to keep his own plans secret.
This morning and afternoon, check your local listings for information about Ellen, The Talk (CBS), The Gossip Table (VH1) 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 Sonny.
What to Watch: Sunday, January 26
8:00pm: Grammy Awards, CBS (3 hrs) NEW
LL Cool J hosts the 56th Annual event, check out the full list of LGBT-inclusive nominees here.
9:00pm: Downton Abbey, PBS (1 hr) NEW
Thomas finds a new ally on staff, Alfred takes a test in hopes of becoming a professional chef and Bates investigates to find what could be disturbing Anna.
9:00pm: Shameless, Showtime (1 hr) NEW
Frank stalks the daughter he never knew he had and is surprised to find she has a child of her own. Meanwhile, Fiona and Mike get serious about their relationship and Sheila has her first successful online date.
10:00pm: Girls, HBO (30 mins) NEW
Hannah faces personal tragedy, but she seems to be more concerned with the progress of her book. Elsewhere, Jessa runs into an old friend she had thought had passed away and Marnie reacts to a video posted online.
10:30pm: Looking, HBO (30 mins) NEW
Dom helps Agustin move into his new place with boyfriend Frank and the friends are concerned about Patrick's dating failures. Dom has an encouraging reunion with Ethan and Patrick tries going on a new date with Richie.
About What to Watch on TV
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