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We're bummed that Revenge is getting cancelled after its fourth season. The deliciously sleek and sexy ABC thriller has followed Emily Thorne (actress Emily VanCamp) on her plot to get revenge on the people that wronged her family. Along the way we've met a few LGBT characters—Tyler and Nolan—who have both pleased and frustrated queer viewers, with some claiming the show regurgitates tired TV stereotypes with its white and classicly fit gay characters. Regardless, the hit show has always been super entertaining. Follow Pride for any plot twist you might have missed!

23 Netflix Shows With Awesome Bisexual Characters

Three cheers for bisexual visibility! 

GLAAD Issues Record Number of 'Excellent' Ratings for TV Networks

GLAAD's annual Network Responsibility Index report tracked the 15 largest television networks to map the quantity, quality, and diversity of images of LGBT people on TV. Find out how each stacked up here.

11 Lesbian-Approved Fall TV Premieres

These are the new shows that have earned SheWired's sapphic stamp of approval.

10 Shows We Can't Believe Don't Have Gay Characters

These days you can’t swing a cat on television without hitting a scattered LGBT character or two on just about any given night. Sundays give us The Good Wife’s bisexual Kalinda while Revenge has bisexual Nolan and Shameless has a gay son. Modern Family and The New Normal offer up gay dads while freshman series Go On and Chicago Fire feature full-on lesbian characters in those ensembles. And of course, there are tried-and-true, beloved lesbian and gay characters on Glee, Grey’s Anatomy and Pretty Little Liars.

Watch: Things We Hope Are True - 'Revenge's' Emily and Amanda were Lesbian Lovers?

File this under “Things Revenge Shippers Hope are True!” There’s a new promo out for this Sunday’s episode of the guiltiest, most over-the-top pleasure there ever was – Revenge. And Roger Bart’s smarmy journalist Mason Treadwell believes he’s discovered the truth about Emily (Emily Van Camp) and Amanda’s (Margarita Levieva) dark past – that they were lesbian lovers.

Which TV Networks Make the Grade for LGBT Inclusion? : GLAAD has the Answers!

As Labor Day approaches, it's almost time to set up the DVR to record a new season of fall television. And the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation scored the inclusiveness of what was available last season in its annual report — the Network Responsibility Index. None of the networks received an "Excellent" score, though Showtime came the closest with 46% of its original programming being LGBT-inclusive. GLAAD also tracked the cable networks that it said were viewed as consistently conservative — TLC and the History Channel. See how those two networks fared on page 6 and get a look at the major networks on the following pages.

Shot of the Day: 'Revenge's' Madeleine Stowe Hotter than Ever for More Mag

There is a moment in just about every workday when we come across something sexy, gratuitous and completely pointless that we wish we could post but don't under the auspices of there being nothing lesbian about it and often there being no redeeming value. In honor of the Revenge season finale we offer up Madeleine Stowe, the woman who embodies manipulative Hamptons' matriarch Victoria Grayson and goes Manolo to Manolo with Emily van Camp’s Emily Thorne on the guilty pleasure hit of the TV season. At 53 Madeleine, whose career kickstarted in the 90s in films like Last of the Mohicans and 12 Monkeys, looks hotter than ever as More magazine’s June cover girl.