The Closet: Everything Coming Out This Week (July 12 – 18)



All in the Family (TVLand, 6:30pm) — In this episode from 1977, Edith finds out her late cousin was a lesbian.


Bridget McManus Presents That Time of the Month (Logo, 4:00am) — Comedian Bridget McManus hosts the show features the work of some of the best lesbian/bi filmmakers, musicians and performers. This episode includes a music video from Chicago-based rapper Psalm One.

Pretty Little Liars (ABC Family, 8:00) — It’s homecoming week! Tears and mayhem are sure to ensue! [ Pretty Little Liars recaps]

Losing it with Jillian (NBC, 8:00) Jillian Michaels goes to Michigan to help a husband and wife shed some pounds.

White Collar (USA, 9:00) — Lesbian FBI agent Diana Lancing is back!

Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List (Bravo, 10:00pm) — HRC honors Kathy and she goes to Washington to battle DADT.

Covert Affairs (USA, 10:00)Check out our list of ten reasons you’re going to love Piper Perabo‘s new show.

Chloe on DVD and Blu-Ray — Now you can watch Amanda Seyfried and Julianne Moore‘s much-hyped love scene from the comfort of your own home. 


Deliver Me: Home Edition "Shared Anxiety" (Discovery Health, 11am) — A lesbian couple has a baby at home.


Say Yes to the Dress (TLC, 11:30am) — A lesbian couple shops for wedding attire.

Big Brother 12 (CBS, 8:00) — Features bisexual houseguest Annie.

Police Women of Memphis (TLC, 9:00) — Lesbian policewoman Virginia Awkward wrestles a teen who tries to escape from an ambulance.

Boston Med (ABC, 10:00) — The new ABC documentary
series features a lesbian obstetrician who blames the breakup of her
relationship on her job.


Private Sessions: Melissa Etheridge (Bio, 7:00am) — Melissa is interviewed and performs.

The Rachel Maddow Show, week nights at 9:00 on MSNBC.

Issues with Jane Valez-Mitchell, nightly at 7:00 on CNN’s Headline News.

The Suze Orman Show, Saturdays at 5 a.m., 9 p.m., and 12 a.m. on CNBC.

The Ellen DeGeneres Show, daytime weekdays.

Super lesbian TV-tracker roni1133 also wants you to know that Ellen Page will be on The Tonight Show on Thursday, and Craig Ferguson and Jonathan Ross on Friday. She says you’re welcome.