It's Memorial Day Weekend -- the official start of summer! What better way to celebrate than to watch endless hours of TV! Check out your options:
(All times are ET/PT)
Saturday, May 25
Bridezillas (10 a.m.-5 a.m. Sunday, WE tv)
Defiance (4 p.m.-6 a.m. Sunday, SyFy)
Hoarding: Buried Alive (7 a.m.-2 a.m. Sunday, Discovery Fit & Health)
Iyanla: Fix My Life (10 a.m.-8 p.m., OWN)
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (10 a.m.-2 a.m. Sunday, USA)
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Question: With the introduction this year of new comedies like the promising The New Normal and the dreadful Partners featuring prominent characters who are gay, I was wondering what you think of the current state of gay characters represented on TV. In some ways while I am thrilled to see more representation of the gay community on television, I have to admit I was disheartened by the same stereotypical, flamboyant gay characters once again being represented. Haven't we moved past this? I do think we have some very positive portrayals today in shows like Glee and Grey's Anatomy, but this just seems like a step backwards. What are your thoughts? — Rob
The Glades has been renewed for a fourth season, A&E announced on Wednesday.
The third season...
It was a summer that won't be remembered fondly, at least by the broadcast networks. Despite a flurry of new shows, from CBS' Dogs in the City to ABC's Glass House, there wasn't much to crow about — at least until NBC's Summer Olympics ratings juggernaut came along. Cable fared better, launching new hits like A&E's Longmire and TNT's Perception and opening events like History's Hatfields & McCoys to big numbers. Here are some of this summer's highs and lows.
There's a new doctor in town.
Desperate Housewives' Steven Culp has landed a recurring role on Grey's Anatomy, Deadline reports. The actor will play "top dog" Dr. Parker on the ABC medical drama.