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: This Weekend, May 11-13
This weekend catch the series finale of Desperate Housewives, new episodes of Nurse Jackie, Finding Your Roots, Harry's Law and showings of Easy A and Law & Order: SVU.
What to Watch: Saturday, May 12
9:00pm: Easy A, Starz (2 hrs) REPEAT
Catch this GLAAD Media Award nominated teen comedy about Olive’s campaign to help her bullied gay friend Brandon by sullying her reputation and shaking things up with their judgmental conservative classmates! Check out the trailer below.
10:00pm: Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, NBC (1 hr) REPEAT
The SVU team investigates a string of anti-gay hate crimes in New York City. The case hits close to home for Fin whose son's fiance was attacked. Watch a sneak peek below.
What to Watch: Sunday, May 13
8:00pm: Harry's Law, NBC (1 hr) SEASON FINALE
Cassie and Ollie defend a man who is unable to save his brother's life through blood donation due to his sexual orientation. Meanwhile, Harry and Adam are in grave danger when a victim's family takes a court room hostage and demands a retrial at gunpoint.
8:00pm: Finding Your Roots, PBS (1 hr) NEW
Wanda Sykes stars in this episode as she researches her ancestry.
9:00pm: Desperate Housewives, ABC (2 hrs) SERIES FINALE
Anything goes in the two hour series finale! Favorite guests return including Katherine (Dana Delaney). Catch a sneak peek below.
9:00pm: Nurse Jackie, Showtime (30 mins) NEW
Jackie is concerned that she will start using again under the stress of Kevin suing for full custody, O'Hara takes action on her behalf. Zoey and Lenny advance their relationship; Jackie, O'Hara and Akalitus treat a transgender teen; and Cruz confronts Jackie about missing paperwork in her file.
The Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) amplifies the voice of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community by empowering real people to share their stories, holding the media accountable for the words and images they present, and helping grassroots organizations communicate effectively. By ensuring that the stories of LGBT people are heard through the media, GLAAD promotes understanding, increases acceptance, and advances equality. For more information, see www.glaad.org, www.facebook.com/glaad and www.twitter.com/glaad.