If you haven't been keeping up Clark Kent's cousin, Kara, as she saves the day, you need to get into Supergirl asap. The already LGBTQ inclusive series will get TV's first transgender superhero in it's newest season.
Premieres on The CW on October 14, 2018.
Ryan Murphy's supernatural anthology series returns for an eighth season and is reuniting all of our faves. Apocalypse is a crossover between the Murder House and Coven seasons and will bring back Sarah Paulson, Jessica Lange, Emma Roberts, Taissa Farmiga, Dylan McDermott, and many more!
Premieres Wednesday, September 12 at 10 PM ET/PT on FX.
Jim Carrey returns to television as Jeff, aka Mr. Pickles, a legendary children's television host who slowly implodes on screen as his life personal life falls apart. We don't know exactly how gay the show is just yet, but in the opening lines of the trailer, Carrey talks about hiding parts of who we are for other people, which many queer can easily relate. We'll be tuning in for Jim Carrey alone regardless though.
Premieres Sunday, September 9 at 10/9C on SHOWTIME.
Steven Universe is quietly making LGBT history over and over again. Just recently, the show gave us TV's first animated same-sex kiss and even a same-sex marriage on kids show before launching into another whirlwind adventure for our gem heroes. With a finale movie seemingly in sight, we can't wait to see how this one turns out.
If you're not already caught up on Ryan Murphy's jaw-dropping series Pose, now's your chance. The series takes a gritty look at New York City's 1980's colorful ball culture and the AIDS epidemic, but ultimately celebrates the resilience and spirit of the LGBTQ community that will never die.
Watch now on FX.
After winning Celebrity Big Brother UK, Courtney Act is heading to our TV sets again with bisexual dating show The Bi Life. The groundbreaking series will follow a group of single bisexual, pansexual, fluid, or questioning people living and trying to find love in Barcelona. "It's high time there was a dating show for the large number of young people today, like me, who are attracted to more than one gender," Act told Attitude. "In 2018 we know that sexuality is fluid and sharing the stories and experiences, the laughter and the lovemaking, of young bi people is so important."
The Bi Life premieres on E! UK in October!
Based on the Archie and Jughead comics, Riverdale takes a much darker spin on high school than the original text. While mystery and murder loom heavy, the beloved characters and cast drive the show, including Kevin and Moose, who kiss passionately in the season 2 finale, and Toni Topaz and Cheryl Blossom's adorable bisexual romance.
Riverdale premieres Wednesday, October 10 on The CW.
While this HBO drama isn't overtly queer, Sharp Objects follows journalist Camille Preaker (Amy Adams) as she returns to her backwoods hometown to report on the murders of two girls and gets lost in the psychological puzzle of their deaths, her family trauma, and the passing of her own sister years ago. The women of Sharp Objects shine brightly and the mini-series has built a solid queer fanbase.
Sharp Objects is on HBO now.
Cartoon Network's beloved animated series recently ended after it's 8th season, so now's the perfect time to binge the very queer series. Fan's patience paid off in the finale episode when two female characters, Princess Bubblegum and Marceline, FINALLY kissed.
Watch on Cartoon Network.
Grey's Anatomy's Sandra Oh plays Eve, the oh so clever M15 officer who gets caught in a dangerous game of cat and mouse with assassin Villanelle in this spin on a Bond-ish spy thriller. It's hard to talk about how queer this series is without spoiling too much about the plot, but many of the characters are bisexual or exploring their sexuality and the (sometimes violent) twists and turns have left gay fans thirsty for the next season.
Watch Season 1 on BBC.
While this Netflix original series might not have any queer-identifying characters just yet, LGBT viewers can certainly empathize with Sam, an autistic senior in high school who's struggling to find love in a world where he feels so different from his peers. The dramedy is touching and earnest, and we're excited to see what's next for the Gardner family.
Season 2 premieres on Netflix on September 7th, 2018.
WB's hit series is Charmed is back, and it's gotten a 2018 facelift. After the death of their mother, the Vera sisters are stunned to discover they are witches. Mel Vera also enlists the help of her detective girlfriend to help solve the mystery of their mother's death.
Charmed premieres Sunday, October 14th at 9pm on The CW.
RuPaul's Drag Race All-Star Alyssa Edwards is coming back to our television screens in Netflix original docuseries Dancing Queen. The show will follow the Alyssa as she runs her dance studio, deals with over-the-top dance moms, and confronts her own demons about growing up as a gay man in Texas. We expect at least two tongue pops per episode.
Premieres October 5th on Netflix.
The acclaimed hit series is back for a fifth season, and it's time for Bojack to face his demons. The dramedy follows Bojack, a washed-up sitcom actor whose unhappiness with his own life destructs everything and everyone around him. The show has been recently lauded by many in the LGBTQ community for it's storyline with Todd, who came out in season 3 as asexual, went to asexual social outings in season 4, and will possibly have an ace love interest in season 5?
Premieres September 14th on Netflix.
The gang is back for season 13 and is getting gayer and gayer every season. In a surprising move last year for the band of troublemakers, Mac (finally) came out as gay and the gang openly accepted him. But nothing can be good and pure for too long, because Denis goes missing and Mac goes out and buys a sex doll who looks suspiciously like his roommate. Mentally prepare yourself for many more outrageous misunderstandings, tomfoolery, and Mac with abs!
Premieres September 5th on FX.
Last season in this true crime mockumentary, Sam and Peter uncovered who drew the dicks on the cars in the staff parking lot. Now they need to piece together who put laxatives in the cafeteria lemonade. Nothing overtly queer here, just Peabody award-winning entertainment!
Premieres September 14th on Netflix.
A much darker twist than you might remember from the 90s, Sabrina the teenage witch is no longer a feel-good sitcom, but a horror occult thriller. We do know that Salem the cat will be still involved though!
Premieres October 26th on Netflix.
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Sacha Baron Cohen goes undercover as four different extremist characters to expose just how far some of America's politicians and celebrities will go to push their agendas, or succumb to bad ones. By playing on the Islamaphobia, homophobia, and more of America's worst instincs, the show is a jaw-dropping and eye-opening watch for not only LGBTQ viewers, but all Americans.
Watch on Showtime now.