What to Watch: This Weekend September 23- 25

Tonight catch an all new Unleashed by Garo, on Saturday GLAAD Media Awards nominated film Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, and on Sunday the season premieres of Amazing Race, Desperate Housewives, American Dad, The Good Wife, Cleveland Show, and Boardwalk Empire.

 

What to Watch:  Friday September 23

 

9:00pm Unleashed by Garo Sundance (1 hr) NEW

Garo designs a vintage style dress for a new mother.

 

What to Watch:  Saturday September 24

 

7:00pm Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, More Max (2 hrs) REPEAT

In this GLAAD Media Awards nominated film Scott must battle his girlfriend’s seven evil exes, one of whom is her college roommate Roxy, while getting advice from his gay roommate.

 

What to Watch:  Sunday September 25

 

9:00pm Desperate Housewives ABC (1 hr) NEW

This series’ final season begins with the aftermath of Alejandro’s death. We hope to see more of Andrew, Bob, and Lee this season!

 

8:00pm Amazing Raze 19 CBS (1 hr) NEW

This season’s race kicks off with 11 teams flying to Taiwan. Of these teams is a gay couple; flight attendants Ron Zeitz and Bill Smith.

 

8:30pm Cleveland Show Fox (30 min) NEW

Cleveland finds out who his real friends are when Peter Griffin comes to visit.  Cleveland’s gay buddy Terry is part of the cast.

 

9:00pm Boardwalk Empire HBO (1 hr) NEW

Nucky sets his sights on real estate deals. Last season, Jimmy’s wife Angela found herself in an unexpected romantic relationship with Mary, who left before the season ended. Might there be another lucky lady in her future?

 

9:30pm American Dad Fox (30 min) NEW

Stan buys a hot tub in the season premiere. Roger related hijinks expected to follow.

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