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GLAAD's What To Watch on Wednesday

(This post was originally published by SDGLN content partner GLAAD.)

Tonight catch all new episodes of "The Voice," "Modern Family," "Suburgatory," "Chicago Fire," "The Challenge: Battle of the Seasons," "American Horror Story: Asylum" and "DTLA."

8 pm: The Voice on NBC (2 hrs) NEW

Playoff rounds begin tonight with the Top 20 performing and the audience gets their first chance to vote on who will stay in. Out contestant De'Borah Garner is on Team Xtina.

9 pm: Modern Family on ABC (30 mins) NEW

Phil and Claire get the call that Haley has been arrested for underage drinking and bring family lawyer Mitchell along to bail her out. Meanwhile, Cameron babysits Luke and Alex and Jay tries to hide Gloria's pregnancy from Dede.

9:30 pm: Suburgatory on ABC (30 mins) NEW

Tessa has to help Dalia rebuild her confidence while trying to also deal with Kimantha, Kenzie and Kaitlyn turn to her to be their new leader. George and Dallas take their relationship to the next level.

10:00pm: Chicago Fire on NBC (1 hr) NEW

Casey confronts Voight and refuses to change the records to help Voight's son. Meanwhile, Dawson faces disciplinary action over her conduct and Severide turns to his ex for pharmaceutical help when his shoulder fails him while he is on duty.

10 pm: The Challenge: Battle of the Seasons on MTV (1 hr) NEW

Frank and Zach argue with Sam over her poor performance in a challenge and a surprising new romance takes place between two cast members.

10 pm: American Horror Story: Asylum on FX (1 hr) NEW

In the first of a two part episode, secrets about Arden's past are exposed and Kit learns more about Grace's past prior to her commitment to Briarcliff.

11 pm: DTLA, Logo (30 mins) NEW

Lenny seeks advice from his therapist and SJ meets with her former college boyfriend for lunch. Meanwhile, Kai turns to Rafi for help about school and Stefan attends a dinner party at Trey's home.

This morning and afternoon, check your local listings for information about Ellen, The Nate Berkus Show, The 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.

About What to Watch on TV

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