Law & Order: SVU “Shadow” (USA, 6:00pm) — Sarah Paulson guest stars as the daughter of a wealthy couple that is murdered.
Pretty Little Liars (ABC Family, 8:00) — The Rosewood High students are trapped at school during a storm, and Emily’s secrets come spilling out. [AfterEllen.com Pretty Little Liars recaps]
White Collar (USA, 9:00) — Features lesbian FBI agent Diana Lancing.
HawthoRNe (TNT, 9:00) — Kelly finally reveals a long-hidden truth about herself.
Margaret Cho on Lopez Tonight (TBS, 11:00) — The comic and musician talks about her new album, Cho Dependent.
Rachel Maddow on Letterman (CBS, 11:35) — Bet you ten bucks she’ll be mixing drinks and wooing you with foreign policy talk.
It’s Me or the Dog “Feisty Females” (Animal Planet, 10:00am) — Victoria helps Tiffany and Sheena with their two combative dogs.
Bringing Home Baby “Two Moms” (Discovery Health, 12:00pm) — Cathy and Nancy are expecting their first child.
It’s a Girl Thing (FLIX, 8:00pm) — Stockard Channing stars as a therapist. One of her patients (Elle Macpherson questions her sexuality when she discovers she’s attracted to a woman (Kate Capshaw).
Iron Chef America: Moriomoto vs. Hines (Food Network, 9:00pm) — Seattle chefbian Maria Hines challenges Iron Ched Masaharu Morimoto.
Police Women of Memphis (TLC, 9:00) — Lesbian policewoman Virginia Awkward stars in the last two episodes of the season.
Boston Med (ABC, 10:00) — Features a lesbian obstetrician.
What Makes a Family (Encore Love, 2:20am) — Brooke Shields plays a lesbian who fights to regain custody after her partner (Cherry Jones) dies.
Without a Trace “Check Your Head” (ION, 10:00pm) — Christina Hendricks plays a lesbian advice column. Here’s how super-lesbian TV-finder Roni1133 describes it: “Christina Hendricks in a lesbian love story with a happy ending!”
Roseanne “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” (TV Land, 7:30am) — Roseanne goes to a gay bar and is kissed by Mariel Hemingway.
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.
As always, thanks to roni1133 for tracking down so many great TV episodes and movies!