What to Watch: This Weekend (June 4-6)

Mickey and Shane are up to no good on Shameless, and veg out and tune in to the 2010 MTV Movie Awards on Sunday! Friday, June 4 8:00 pm Friday Night Lights, NBC (1 hr) NEW Matt deals with his father’s death with his friends by his side. Also, Vince and Luke have some issues on the field, and what’s in store for lesbian student Devin? 9:00 pm Shameless, Sundance (1 hr) NEW Gay bad boy Mickey and Shane try to scam tourists, and Frank’s identity is stolen. Later, Tom and Stan battle it out with pranks. 10:00 pm Real Time with Bill Maher, HBO (1 hr) NEW Don’t miss an all-new edition of Real Time, as Bill Maher frequently discusses LGBT-inclusive news stories and guests that have included lesbian pundit Rachel Maddow and out columnist Dan Savage. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Saturday, June 5 8:00 pm Black White + Gray: A Portrait of Sam Wagstaff and Robert Mapplethorpe, Logo (90 min) REPEAT This heartfelt documentary complete with archive footage and candid interviews follows the unique relationship between controversial photographer Robert Mapplethorpe and his lover, renowned art collector and curator Sam Wagstaff. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Sunday, June 6

The steamy kiss between Kristen Stewart and co-star Dakota Fanning is nominated for an MTV Movie Award

9:00 pm 2010 MTV Movie Awards, MTV (2 hrs) NEW Aziz Ansari hosts this year’s ceremony, where nominees for best movie include The Hangover, New Moon, and Avatar. Also receiving a nomination are The Runaways stars Kristen Stewart and Dakota Fanning for Best Kiss. Tune in for a performance by Christina Aguilera and presentations by Zac Efron, Bradley Cooper, Tom Cruise, and Cameron Diaz! About TV Gayed Grab the remote or set your DVR! GLAAD brings you the most up-to-date listing of LGBT content on television every weekday.  Check GLAAD Blog for daily TV Gayed posts! About GLAAD 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