This weekend catch Jillian Michaels on Stand Up to Cancer; the return of Army Wives; plus all new episodes of Say Yes to the Dress: Atlanta, Lost Girl and Big Brother.
What to Watch: Friday, September 7
8:00pm: Stand Up to Cancer, Multiple channels (1 hr) NEW
Jillian Michaels participates in this one hour special to raise money for the fight against cancer. Check the Stand Up to Cancer website for your local channel.
9:00pm: Say Yes to the Dress: Atlanta, TLC (30 mins) NEW
One bride-to-be argues with a wild child sister who thinks the wedding dress should be more flashy, while another woman is pushed towards conservative style dresses by her sibling.
9:30pm: Say Yes to the Dress: Atlanta, TLC (30 mins) NEW
A woman's list of dress requirements keeps the staff busy, but makes it difficult to find her perfect dress. Another bride-to-be violates the salon's rules when she defers to her fiance on dress decision.
10:00pm: Lost Girl, Syfy (1 hr) NEW
After learning Trick's deepest secret, Bo decides to align herself with a sworn enemy in hopes of saving the Fae as battle looms. The Nain Rouge prophecies that to defeat the Garuda, Bo must find a way to unite Light and Dark Fae. Watch a clip below.
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, September 9
8:00pm: Big Brother, CBS (1 hr) NEW
Housemates reveal the new nominations for eviction this week.
10:00pm: Army Wives, Lifetime (1 hr) NEW
Charlie and Nicole look into adoption after having trouble getting pregnant. Meanwhile, the residents of Fort Marshall prepare for the base to merge with an Air Force base which will bring new people to town.
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