What to Watch Tuesday 11/27: 'Emily Owens, M.D.'s' Tyra Considers Coming Out to Parents

Tonight catch all new episodes of Emily Owens, M.D., Go On, The New Normal and Underemployed.

What to Watch: Tuesday, November 27

9:00pm: Emily Owens, M.D., CW (1 hr) NEW

Tyra considers coming out to her father. Meanwhile, Emily treats an infant and Will takes a chance on a risky diagnosis.

9:00pm: Go On, NBC (30 mins) NEW

Ryan thinks he is ready to start dating again and guest star Misty May-Treanor invites him to her volleyball game to introduce him to some friends. Meanwhile, Danny develops feelings for Sonia and George is ready to celebrate as he passes his doctor's predicted life expectancy.

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

When Bryan and David accidentally find out the sex of the baby, one of the fathers-to-be feels even closer to his dream of a perfect family while the other worries how he will be able to relate to his child. Meanwhile, Shania gets suspended from school and Goldie has a chance to don her "lawyer suit" and defend her daughter.

10:00pm: Underemployed, MTV (1 hr) NEW

Sophia struggles to pay rent by herself for the first time as her parents refused to help her financially after she came out, so Daphne tries to help by hiring Sophia and Raviva to be part of a focus group. Meanwhile, Raviva worries that Lou is pulling away from her and Miles is forced to seek medical help.

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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