(This post was originally published at GLAAD Blog.)
On Saturday, "Color Splash" features an interior makeover inspired by a Miami Beach parking garage. Tune in Sunday for the 54th annual Grammy Awards and new episodes of "Desperate Housewives," "Downton Abbey," "Shameless," and the series premiere of "Full Metal Jousting."
Saturday, Feb. 11
9 pm: Color Splash on HGTV (30 mins) NEW
A Miami Beach parking garage inspires David Bromstad and his team to redesign a combined living and dining room.
Sunday, Feb. 12
8 pm: Grammy Awards on CBS (3 hrs) NEW
LL Cool J hosts the 54th annual Grammy Awards. Be sure to keep an eye on GLAAD Media Awards nominee Lady Gaga whose album Born This Way is up for Album Of The Year and Best Pop Vocal Album. Her single "You and I" is also nominated for Best Pop Solo Performance. Glee: The Music, Volume 4 is up for Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media.
9 pm: Masterpiece Classic: "Downton Abbey," on PBS (2 hrs) NEW
Mary, Sybil, and Robert must come to terms with some difficult truths, while Anna and Mr. Bates experience a moment of happiness. The Spanish Flu hits the Abbey and infects Cora, Lavinia, and Mr. Carson.
9 pm: Shameless on Showtime (1 hr) NEW
Grammy Gallagher comes to town after being released from medical care and causes huge problems for Debbie and the day care. Grammy wants Frank to help locate her old drug partner who owes Grammy money. Meanwhile, Fiona and Adam go on a double date with Steve and his Brazilian friend, and Frank is irate when he figures out who is the beneficiary of Eddie's life insurance policy. Watch an episode preview below.
9 pm: Desperate Housewives on ABC (1 hr) NEW
Wisteria Lane is lovesick in this Valentine's Day themed episode. Juanita is devastated when she doesn't get a Valentine from the boy she likes, Bree's drinking and hook ups continue, and Susan is shocked to find that Julie is pregnant.
10 pm: Full Metal Jousting on History Channel (1 hr) SERIES PREMIERE
Jake Nodar, openly gay reality star from Discovery Channel's Out In The Wild: The Alaska Experiment, makes his return to TV in the new series Full Metal Jousting. Nodar is one of 16 men that will compete in the extreme sports series with contestants wearing steel suits and charging and colliding at 30 mph. The last man standing will take home a cash prize. Check out a sneek preview below.
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