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'Oprah Presents Master Class: Simon Cowell,' RuPaul's Drag Race,' 'Dead Space 2 Collector's Edition,' 'Secretariat,' 'From Prada to Nada'

January 23, 2011
  • Alexa Vega as Mary and Wilmer Valderrama as Bruno in the movie "From Prada to Nada."
Alexa Vega as Mary and Wilmer Valderrama as Bruno in the movie "From… (Pantelion/OddLot Entertainment,…)

Still not ready to let Simon Cowell go? Talk about "Oprah Presents Master Class: Simon Cowell."

It's been less than a week, guys! But if you're not impressed with the new "American Idol" lineup, don't fret. Get your fix of the snarky Brit when he shares his stories and lessons. Let's hope Steven Tyler and J-Lo are watching. (Sunday)

Sashay and chante … and talk about "RuPaul's Drag Race."

The time has come for you to lip-sync for your life! The (man) ladies are back on LOGOTV. Watch as contestants compete, presenting their own unique costumes and makeup, to be titled the ultimate drag queen. Did we mention RuPaul serves as their mentor-host — proof that this series will never be a drag. (Monday)

Need a distraction to tune out your nagging girlfriend/boyfriend? Talk about "Dead Space 2 Collector's Edition."

Who doesn't want to experience the horror of a Necromorph outbreak? We sure do … even if it's via a video game. Here's your chance to fight in scuffles around the Sprawl and dismember your friends without breaking any laws. (Tuesday)

Feel like the underdog sometimes? Talk about "Secretariat."

Get the horses ready. Diane Lane stars as Penny Chenery Tweedy, who with the help of her colleagues guides her long-shot but gifted stallion to set the unbeaten record for winning the Triple Crown. The film is out on DVD/Blu-Ray. (Tuesday)

Wonder whatever happened to Wilmer Valderrama? Talk about "From Prada to Nada."

He seemed destined to be the next … Mario Lopez. Now you can watch the "That '70s Show" actor in this dramedy about two spoiled sisters who have to ditch the 90210 to live with their estranged aunt in East L.A. Hey, give the dude a break. (Friday)

— Yvonne Villlarreal

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