What to Watch: Tuesday October 4

Tonight catch the self proclaimed "gay MacGyver of fashion", Chris March, on the series premiere of Mad Fashion, as well as a new double dose of Dancing With the Stars, and new episodes of GLEE, 90210, Ringer, and The Rachel Zoe Project.

What to Watch: Tuesday October 4

8:00pm Dancing With the Stars: The Encore Performance ABC (1hr) NEW

Check out clips and highlights from the 3rd round performances! Go Chaz and Carson!

8:00pm 90210 The CW (1 hr) NEW

After messing things up for Dixon and the music producer, Navid surprises him with some studio time. Naomi plots revenge to take down rival Holly and her sorority during the Greek games, but needs Austin's help. Silver directs a commercial for Liam's bar, while Ivy is dealing with problems concerning her relationship and her friends.

8:00pm Glee Fox (1 hr) NEW

The divas face off in what's expected to be one of the best Glee episodes yet! Who will be the lead of West Side Story? And which unicorn prevails? Find out tonight!

9:00pm Dancing With the Stars ABC (1 hr) NEW

Get the third round results! 10 couples remain in the quest for the mirrorball trophy.

9:00pm Ringer The CW (1 hr) NEW

It's birthday time and what better place to celebrate than the Hamptons? Siobhan, Bridget, and Andrew head to the Hamptons with Gemma and Henry, who is hoping to rekindle his affair with Siobhan.

9:00pm Rachel Zoe Project Bravo (1 hr) NEW

The Oscars are finally here and Rachel must dress the leading lady of the night, host Anne Hathaway in 8 different outfits.

10:00pm Mad Fashion Bravo (30 mins) NEW

The self-proclaimed "gay MacGyver of fashion" makes his debut in tonight's first episode of the season. Watch him and his team create the most ellaborate designs for his most demanding clients.



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