Here’s everything you need to know about the coming week in lesbian/bi entertainment!
24 (Fox, 9:00) — Cherry Jones stars as President Taylor.
The United States of Tara (Showtime, 10:30) — The second season of Tara is back and, according to our brothers at AfterElton.com, it’s "really, really gay."
Dakota Fanning on Lopez Tonight (TBS, 11:00) — Fanning stops by Lopez to talk Runaways.
American Idol (Fox, 8:00) — Ellen DeGeneres and the other Idol judges critique the top 11 contestants.
90210 (CW, 8:00) — The moon, the stars, the beach, the lesbian teen at your high school confessing that she’s in love with you. Just another day at West Beverly for Adrianna Tate-Duncan.
Melrose Place (CW, 9:00) — Hey, did you guys know Ella is into Jonah? Don’t know if the writers have mentioned that yet.
Biggest Loser: Couples (NBC, 8:00) — Jillian Michaels & Co. ready the contestants to return home for the week.
American Idol (Fox, 8:00) — Results night!
The Real World: Washington DC (MTV, 10:00) — Stay tuned after the finale for MTV’s The Real World: Washington DC: The S–t They Should Have Shown. [AfterEllen.com Real World recaps]
Joan Jett on The Late Show with David Letterman (11:35, CBS) — She’ll be playing, singing and talking about the Runaways movie.
FlashForward (ABC, 8:00) — Lesbian FBI agent Janis Hawk continues to kick ass and unravel the future. FlashForward is way out on the bubble for renewal, so if you love it, tune in.
Grey’s Anatomy (ABC, 9:00) — It’s baby talk time for Callie and Arizona. [AfterEllen.com Grey’s Anatomy recaps]
Caprica (SyFy, 9:00) — Bisexual headmistress Clarice Willow better get moving on that Amanda Graystone seduction thing. It’s the mid-season finale already! [AfterElton.com Caprica recaps]
The Wanda Sykes Show (Fox, 11:00) — Wanda is all new with political and social commentary.
The Amazing Race (CBS, 8:00) — Lesbian couple Carol and Brandy finished second last week, and gay contestant Jordan and his brother came in fourth. Can the gay teams keep representing? [AfterEllen.com Amazing Race recaps]
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.
Chloe, in theaters Friday (limited release)
What are you most looking forward to this week?