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: November 11-13
Tonight catch an all new episode of Extreme Makeover, tomorrow an all new Color Splash, and on Sunday all new episodes of Boardwalk Empire, Desperate Housewives, How to Make it in America, and The Good Wife.
What to Watch: Friday November 11
9:00pm Extreme Makeover: Home Edition ABC (1 hr) NEW
Verterans and their families are celebrated with a fundraiser. Recaps from past shows including military families are shown.
What to Watch: Saturday November 12
9:30pm Color Splash HGTV (30 min) NEW
How bright and colorful will tonight's design get? Stay tuned!
What to Watch: Sunday November 13
9:00pm The Good Wife CBS (1 hr) NEW
Alicia tries to win a stay of execution for a killer.
9:00pm Desperate Housewives ABC (1 hr) NEW
Detective Vance suspicions grow and so does his harrasment of Bree. Meanwhile, Susan's art teacher gives her quite the generous offer.
9:00pm Boardwalk Empire HBO (1 hr) NEW
Jimmy gave the go ahead to have Nucky shot dead but it backfired. What will Nucky do now that he knows Jimmy won't hesitate to get him killed? Meanwhile, Nucky's wife finally gives in to temptation. Was it worth it?
10:30pm How to Make it in America HBO (30 min) NEW
Debbie allows her daughter's girlfriend Tiffany to stay, but only on the couch! Rasta Monsta is looking at some serious problems. And Ben is still sleeping with his boss. Is Yosi really that blind?
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