What to Watch Tuesday 10/9: It Gets Better 2 Airs on MTV, Logo

Tonight catch the second It Gets Better special on MTV and Logo, plus all new episodes of The New Normal, Go On and The Voice.

What to Watch: Tuesday, October 9

8:00pm: The Voice, NBC (1 hr) NEW

The battle rounds continue as contestants battle their teammates in duets with help from mentors Billie Joe Armstrong, Mary J. Blige, Michael Buble and Rob Thomas. This season the twist is that coaches can steal a losing artist for their own team. Out contestant De'Borah is a member of Team Xtina.

9:00pm: Go On, NBC (30 mins) NEW

The group intervenes when Ryan begins showing classic grieving symptoms. Meanwhile, Ryan attempts to divert attention from himself by fixing Lauren's relationship and making Danny face reality rather than living in a fantasy world.

9:30pm: The New Normal, NBC (30 mins) NEW

Shania and a friend get pretend engaged and Bryan goes overboard planning the perfect wedding for the two with Goldie's help. Meanwhile, David will make a life-changing decision.

11:00pm: It Gets Better 2, MTV, Logo (1 hr) NEW

Following the original It Gets Better special which aired this past February, MTV and Logo are simultaneously airing a second special hosted by Dan Savage and his partner Terry Miller that introduces three new teens who share the joys and struggles of being open about their sexual orientation and gender identity. Watch the trailer below.

This morning and afternoon, check your local listings for information about EllenThe Talk (CBS) and The Chew (ABC). Days of Our Lives on NBC (check local listings for time) features gay character Will as a series regular; keep an eye out for developments between Will and recurring gay characters Sonny and Neil.


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