Gays are excited about upcoming 2019 TV shows, including gay cartoons

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Steven Universe: The Movie will appear on the Cartoon Network on Sept. 2. The cartoon will include TV's first same-sex wedding on children's programming.

Below are the 34 television shows that are exciting the homosexual community this fall season, four of them animations.

Taylor Henderson of PRIDE expressed his joy in a recent online article. “A new fall TV season is upon us. And with it comes so many amazing shows with so many amazing LGBTQ+ characters and storylines!” he writes.

Leading the gay-themed parade is Netflix, with 18 shows. HBO comes in at a distant second with four shows.

Most surprising, the list is void of any network broadcasting shows. One of most blatant gay television series on network TV last season was Instinct, starring Alan Cumming. But it was canceled a week ago after only two seasons, averaging just 3.4 million weekly viewers.

PRIDE describes the LGBTQ shows with vibrant and excited language.  Years and Years (HBO) is defined as an “epic gay love story for the ages.”  The animated series She-Ra and the Princesses of Power (Netflix) is not only described as “family-friendly,” but praised for featuring some of “the most loveable queer characters on television right now.”

Another animated series, Steven Universe: The Movie, which will appear on the Cartoon Network Sept. 2, is described as having “groundbreaking LGBTQ television moments.”  It includes TV’s first homosexual wedding on children programming.

Transsexuals get some story time as well with When They See Us (Netflix); while sexual fluidity finds time on MTV’s Are You The One?

The list below is not all-inclusive of gay characters on television and is missing some better-known shows featuring LGBTQ characters, such as Billions on Showtime and Schitt’s Creek on POP TV. Then again, it’s hard to find a cable or streaming service that doesn’t feature gay characters.

Take a look at the list:

Batwoman. Premieres October 6 on The CW.
Élite. Premieres September 6 on Netflix.
A Black Lady Sketch Show. HBO.
American Horror Story: 1984. Premieres Sept. 18 on FX.
Are You The One? MTV
Styling Hollywood. Netflix.
Gentleman Jack. HBO.
High School Musical. Premiers Nov. 12 on Disney +.
Rocko’s Modern Life: Static Cling. Netflix.
The Other Two. Comedy Central.
Pose. FX.
The Boys. Amazon Prime.
No Good Nick. Netflix.
Mindhunter. Netflix.
Years and Years. HBO.
Euphoria. HBO.
The Politician. Premieres Netflix Sept. 27
She-Ra and the Princesses on Power. Netflix.
Sex Education. Netflix.
Dear White People. Netflix.
Fleabag. Amazon Prime.
Atypical. Netflix.
Dead to Me. Netflix.
Special. Netflix.
Glow. Netflix.
Tales of the City. Netflix.
Steven Universe: The Movie. Premieres Sept. 2 on Cartoon Network
Nancy Drew. Premieres Oct. 9 on The CW.
Everything’s Gonna Be Okay. Premieres soon on Freeform.
When They See Us. Netflix.
Young Justice. Netflix.
Wu Assassins. Netflix.
Queer Eye. Netflix.
The Umbrella Academy. Netflix.

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