If you're looking for TV shows to watch for the coming 2021, here are a few LGBTQ actors or content to keep an eye out at the Fox Channel.
Saturday Night Live will start off its 46th season this October with the addition of its first out Black LGBTQ cast member, Punkie Johnson.
Despite being a superhero-and-horror flick, 'The New Mutants' by Marvel Comics promises an "honest, open lesbian relationship" in the movie.
The Nigerian lesbian film "Ife" is set to to go online to avoid being censored by its own government and to win hearts and minds among its people.
Pixar's Out, the first among the brand new animated short films for Disney's streaming service, is Disney's first LGBTQ animated short film.
After a successful season one run, queer actress Ruby Rose has left The CW drama Batwoman, but producers said the second season will push through.
The conclusion of the fifth season of the rebooted "She-Ra and the Princesses of Power" by Dreamworks and Netflix has made a lesbian She-Ra canon.
Netflix's new film, "The Half of It," takes on the classic story of Cyrano de Bergerac and gives it a queer twist for LGBTQ teens for all the feels.
Coming out this April 29, a new Netflix documentary, 'A Secret Love.' is about a lesbian couple's heartwarming love story spanning more than 65 years.
If you're stuck at home because of the coronavirus, may we suggest the Netflix lesbian romance comedy series, "Feel Good," starring Mae Martin for watching?