(This post originally appeared HERE on the GLAAD blog.)
Tonight catch new episodes of "The Voice," "The Fosters," "Major Crimes," "Push Girls," "Mistresses," "Newlyweds: The First Year" and "Teen Wolf."
What to Watch: Monday, June 17
8:00pm: The Voice, NBC (2 hrs) NEW
The final musicians perform. This season features out singer Michelle Chamuel on Team Usher.
9:00pm: The Fosters, ABC Family (1 hr) NEW
Stef and Brandon clash when Mike offers to let Brandon move in with him. Elsewhere, Jesus and Lexi hide their relationship and Callie inadvertently reveals a dark secret from her past in a class paper.
9:00pm: Major Crimes, TNT (1 hr) NEW
The team investigates a puzzling new case, as Emma pushes for Rusty to be relocated when he receives a threatening letter.
1 0:00pm: Push Girls, Sundance (30 mins) NEW
Tiphany's sister is missing and she hires a PI to find her, while Auti mentors a young man who was recently paralyzed. Meanwhile, Mia begins a new romantic relationship.
10:00pm: Mistresses, ABC (1 hr) NEW
Joss' boss tasks her with an unreasonable assignment. Elsewhere, Savi and Dom clash at work and Karen is interested in the Greys.
10:00pm: Newlyweds: The First Year, Bravo (1 hr) NEW
The couples clash on a variety of issues as they draw closer to their one year anniversaries. This new docu-series follows four couples who are recently married or committed, one of which is gay couple Jeff and Blair.
10:00pm: Teen Wolf, MTV (1 hr) NEW
Scott and Derek receive help from an unlikely ally.
This morning and afternoon, check your local listings for information about Ellen, The Talk (CBS) and The Chew (ABC). VH1's celebrity news morning show, The Gossip Table, will run five days a week in June and features out hosts Rob Shuter and Noah Levy. 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 Sonny.
About What to Watch on TV
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