Must-See LGBT TV 7/10-16: 'East Los High' season premiere, Ian Harvie on 'Young & Hungry,' all new 'The Fosters'

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Don't miss an all new episode of The Fosters on Monday night. Callie gets suspended from school, but her luck takes a turn when she meets handsome law student Aaron (Elliot Fletcher) who knows nothing of her past. Elsewhere, Mariana struggles as students continue to blame her for Nick's actions. The Fosters: Monday, 8pm on Freeform.

On Young & Hungry, Gabi is thrilled to win a cooking contest with an old recipe from her Aunt. However, when the contest organizers want to do a photo shoot, Gabi must track down someone she hasn't seen in years and learns that her Aunt has since transitioned to her Uncle Chris. Young & Hungry: Wednesday, 8pm on Freeform.

Hulu's original drama East Los High returns this Friday with the entire fourth season available for streaming with subscription. The show centers on Latinx teens attending East Los High School in Los Angeles and the challenges and joys they face. The previous season explored the relationship between school newspaper editor Jocelyn, her new love interest Daysi, and the lingering feelings between Jocelyn and her ex/best friend Camila. East Los High: Friday, only on Hulu.

Sunday July 10My Giant Life (8pm, TLC); The Last Ship (9pm, TNT); Roadies (10pm, Showtime)

Monday: The Fosters (8pm, Freeform); UnReal (10pm, Lifetime); Mistresses (10pm, ABC); Major Crimes (10pm, TNT)

TuesdaySisterhood of Hip Hop (9pm, Oxygen); Animal Kingdom (9pm, TNT); Scream (10pm, MTV); My Giant Life (10pm, TLC); Difficult People (Hulu)

WednesdayYoung & Hungry (8pm, Freeform); The Night Shift (10pm, NBC); I Am Jazz (10pm, TLC); Tyrant (10pm, FX); Mr. Robot (10pm, USA); Big Freedia: Queen of Bounce (11pm, Fuse); Transcendent (11:30pm, Fuse)

Friday: The Great British Baking Show (9pm, PBS); Killjoys (9pm, Syfy); East Los High (Hulu)