List of situation comedies with LGBT characters

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itThe following is a listing of sitcoms which include central LGBT characters.


Year Title Network Character name Actor Notes
1972–1973 Corner BarThe Corner Bar ABC Peter Panama Vincent Schiavelli The first continuing portrayal of a gay person on American television.[1]
1972-1985 Are You Being Served? BBC Mr. Humphries John Inman British sitcom about staff working in the Grace Brothers department store.
1975 Hot l Baltimore ABC George
Lee Bergere
Henry Calvert
The first gay couple on American network television.
1975–1982 Barney Miller ABC Marty Morrison
Darryl Driscoll
Officer Zatelli
Jack DeLeon
Ray Stewart
Dino Natali
Marty was a semi-regular on the long-running television series and Darryl made several appearances as Marty's lover. Series creator Danny Arnold worked closely with the National Gay Task Force in developing the characters of Darryl and Marty. Initially both were presented as flamboyantly gay men, but as the series progressed Darryl began acting and dressing more conservatively.[2] Officer Zatelli's coming out, initially to Captain Miller but eventually to the entire squad, was the first gay-themed story arc on American television and Arnold again worked with the NGTF to develop it.
1976-1977 Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman Syndicated Ed McCullough
Howard McCullough
Laurence Haddon
Beeson Carroll
Ed and Howard were introduced as a pair of brothers sharing a house in the Hartmans' neighborhood but were later revealed to be a gay couple hoping to live an open life in Fernwood.
1976 (unaired) Snip NBC Michael Walter Wanderman He was the owner of the salon where the characters worked.
1976 Nancy Walker ShowThe Nancy Walker Show ABC Terry Folson Ken Olfson Terry was an out-of-work actor and personal assistant to lead character Nancy Kitteridge (Nancy Walker).
1976 Ball Four CBS Based on the book Ball Four. Featured a gay rookie baseball player.[3]
1977 All That Glitters Syndicated Linda Murkland Linda Gray Linda Murkland was a transgender woman (the first transgender series regular on American television).
1977–1981 Soap ABC Jodie Dallas Billy Crystal By the end of the series, Jodie was romantically involved with a woman.
1979–1981 Agony ITV Michael
Peter Denyer
Jeremy Bulloch
First British sitcom to feature a gay couple in a non-camp fashion.
1981–1983 Love, Sidney NBC Sidney Shore Tony Randall The first prime-time television series to have a gay character as its central lead although the character was in the closet for all 40 episodes.
1981 Daily at Dawn Seven Network Leslie Windrush Terry Bader The first Australian comedy series to feature a regular gay character.
1984 Dream Stuffing Channel 4 Richard Ray Burdis British sitcom about two unemployed girls who share a London flat. Their neighbour Richard is gay.
1984–1989 Brothers Showtime Cliff Waters
Donald Maulpey
Paul Regina
Philip Charles MacKenzie
Two heterosexual brothers cope when third brother (Cliff) comes out as gay. Donald is Cliff's gay neighbor.
1985 Sara NBC Dennis Kemper Bronson Pinchot Dennis is an attorney in the law firm at which the series is set.
1987–1991 Thirtysomething ABC Russell Weller
Peter Montefiore
David Marshall Grant
Peter Frechette
Two supporting gay characters, one an artist and one working in advertising. Focus of the episode Strangers.
1987–1988 Women in Prison Fox Bonnie Harper Antionette Byron
1987–1989 Hooperman ABC Rick Silardi Joseph Gian Uniformed Police Officer Rick Silardi is openly gay, but seems to spend most of his time fending off the affections of his straight female police partner, Officer Mo DeMott (Sydney Walsh), who wants to "save him" from being gay by making passes at him whenever possible.
1988–1997 Roseanne ABC Bev Harris
Leon Carp
Nancy Bartlett
Estelle Parsons
Martin Mull
Fred Willard
Sandra Bernhard
In the final episode, Rosanne Conner revealed that the last season was a story she'd written. Her mother wasn't really gay but her sister was.
1989–1991 Doctor Doctor CBS Richard Stratford Tony Carreiro Richard is the openly gay brother of lead character Mike Stratford (Matt Frewer).
1990–1993 You Rang M'Lord? BBC Helen Cooper Cecily "Cissy" Meldrum Catherine Rabett
1990–1998 Drop the Dead Donkey Channel 4 Helen Cooper Ingrid Lacey
1991–1997 Brittas EmpireThe Brittas Empire BBC Gavin Featherly
Tim Whistler
Tim Marriott
Russell Porter
Tim and Gavin are a couple working at the leisure centre, who, though out, choose not to tell some people due to fear of being fired. Their homophobic boss is innocently oblivious to their relationship for seven years.
1992 Terry and Julian Channel 4 Julian Julian Clary
1992–1998 Larry Sanders ShowThe Larry Sanders Show HBO Brian Scott Thompson
1993 Cutters CBS Troy King Julius Carry Troy was an Olympic gold medalist turned hairdresser.[4]
1993-1996 The John Larroquette Show NBC Pat Jazzmun A drag queen who hangs out at the bus station where the lead character works.
1994 Daddy's Girls CBS Dennis Sinclair Harvey Fierstein Sinclair is a high-strung fashion designer. He was the first gay principal television character played by an openly gay actor.[5]
1994–1998 Ellen ABC Ellen Morgan
Peter Barnes
Ellen DeGeneres
Patrick Bristow
Jack Plotnick
After months of media speculation, Ellen Morgan came out in "The Puppy Episode". Peter and Barrett were Ellen's friends and a couple.
1994–1999 Vicar of DibleyThe Vicar of Dibley BBC Frank Pickle John Bluthal
1994–2004 Friends NBC Carol Willick
Susan Bunch
Jane Sibbett
Jessica Hecht
Carol is Ross's ex-wife, who realized that she was a lesbian. In 1996, Carol marries Susan, her partner, in network TV's first lesbian wedding.
1995 Muscle The WB Bronwyn Jones Amy Pietz Lead character Bronwyn is a lesbian news anchor.
1995 Pursuit of HappinessThe Pursuit of Happiness NBC Alex Chosek Brad Garrett
1995 Agony Again BBC Michael Sasha Grunpeter Short-lived sequel to 1979 sitcom Agony. Jane Lucas's son Michael is gay.
1995–1996 High Society[6] CBS Stephano Luigi Amodeo
1995–1996 CrewThe Crew Fox Paul Steadman David Burke
1996 Public Morals CBS John Irvin Bill Brochtrup
1996 Party Girl[6] Fox Derrick John Cameron Mitchell Short-lived sitcom based on the 1995 theatrical film
1996 Lush Life[6] Fox Nelson "Margarita" Marquez John Ortiz
1996–2002 Spin City ABC Carter Sebastian Heywood Michael Boatman
1997–1998 Fired Up[6] NBC Ashley Mark Davis
1997–2000 Veronica's Closet NBC Josh Blair Wallace Langham Josh's sexuality was obfuscated as a running joke until the 2000 episode "Veronica Helps Josh Out", when he came out as gay.
1998–2004 Sex and the City HBO Stanford Blatch
Anthony Marantino
Samantha Jones
Willie Garson
Mario Cantone
Kim Cattrall
Stanford and Anthony are gay. Samantha is bisexual and has a romance with a woman, Maria (Sônia Braga).
1998–2006 Will & Grace NBC Will Truman
Jack McFarland
Karen Walker
Vince D'Angelo
Eric McCormack
Sean Hayes
Megan Mullally
Bobby Cannavale
Will and Jack are gay. Karen's bisexuality is implied. Vince is Will's partner.
1999 Oh, Grow Up ABC Ford Lowell
John Ducey
Ed Marinaro
Ford is a married man who left his wife after realizing he was gay.[7] Sal is lead character Hunter's (Stephen Dunham) boss.[8]
1999–2000 Strangers with Candy Comedy Central Jerri Blank
Geoffrey Jellineck
Chuck Noblet
Amy Sedaris
Paul Dinello
Stephen Colbert
Jerri is bisexual. Jellineck and Noblet carried on a clandestine affair.
1999–2001 Beggars and Choosers Showtime Malcolm Laffley Tuc Watkins Laffley is a television casting director who came out to disprove sexual harassment charges leveled at him by a woman.
2000 Normal, Ohio Fox William "Butch" Gamble John Goodman
2000–2011 My Family BBC One Michael Harper Gabriel Thompson On 15 April 2010, MailOnline reported that despite his earlier reputation as a womanizer, Michael would come out as gay to his parents in the tenth series.[9]
2001 Ellen ShowThe Ellen Show CBS Ellen Richmond Ellen DeGeneres
2001 Some of My Best Friends CBS Warren Fairbanks
Vern Limoso
Jason Bateman
Alec Mapa
Based on the film Kiss Me, Guido
2002 That '80s Show CBS Sophia Brittany Daniel Corey's bisexual ex-girlfriend who has an unreturned crush on Corey's sister Katie.
2002-2007 Kath & Kim ABC/Seven Network Sharon Strzelecki Magda Szubanski Sharon is a sports fanatic, especially around male-oriented games, and has dated guys, but it is later implied in the film Kath & Kimderella that she might have bisexual feelings, even though she is clueless about her own sexual orientation, believes that a shirt with the LGBT rainbow flag colors looks good on her, and later gyrating around a lesbian golfer. (Szubanski is a Lesbian in real-life)
2003–2015 Two and a Half Men CBS Evelyn Harper
Jenny Harper
Holland Taylor
Amber Tamblyn
Evelyn is the bisexual mother of Charlie and Alan Harper (Charlie Sheen and Jon Cryer). For most of the series, Evelyn is portrayed as a heterosexual but there are instances in seasons 8, 9, and 11 where she has lesbian sex with three different women, including actress Lynda Carter.
Jenny joins the cast in season 11, the previously unknown daughter of Charlie. She engages in several one-night stands with various women.[10]
2003–2009 Reno 911! Comedy Central Lieutenant Dangle
Deputy Kimball
Thomas Lennon
Mary Birdsong
2003–2006 Aquí no hay quien viva Antena 3 Mauri Hidalgo
Fernando Navarro
Bea Villarejo
Diego Álvarez
Rosa Izquierdo
Luis Merlo
Adrià Collado
Eva Isanta
Mariano Alameda
María Almudéver
Vanesa Romero
Alberto Maneiro
Stable gay relationship between main characters Mauri and Fernando. During a time they were broken up, Mauri had a relationship with Diego, who left him for another man and later regretted it. But by then Mauri and Fernando were together again.

Mauri also has a son by artificial insemination with lesbian best friend Bea, who had a relationship with a lawyer, Rosa, for a while. Afterwards, she had a wild night with Ana, who became lesbian for her and became a stable couple.

2003–2006, 2013— Arrested Development Fox (season 1—3)
Netflix (season 4— )
Gob Bluth
Barry Zuckercorn
Tony Wonder
Will Arnett
Henry Winkler
Ben Stiller
It is a running joke that Barry Zuckercorn is a closeted gay man who is frequently thinking of outlandish excuses to conceal his true activities.
In the show's fourth season, Gob becomes romantically involved with fellow magician Tony Wonder.
2003–2004 It's All Relative ABC Simon Banks
Philip Stoddard
Christopher Sieber
John Benjamin Hickey
2003-2015 Peep Show Channel 4 Jeremy 'Jez' Usborne Robert Webb Jez is implied to be bisexual a few times throughout the series. In the series 9 episode 'Threeism' he sleeps with Megan's boyfriend Joe and then enters into a relationship with both of them.
2004–2011 Entourage HBO Lloyd Rex Lee
2005–2013 OfficeThe Office NBC Oscar Martinez Oscar Nuñez
2005–2009 My Name is Earl NBC Kenny James
Stuart Daniels
Gregg Binkley
Mike O'Malley
2005–2008 South of Nowhere The N Spencer Carlin
Ashley Davies
Gabrielle Christian
Mandy Musgrave
Ashley Schneider
Brooke Vallone
Ashley Davies is an out lesbian with a reputation for being easy. Spencer Carlin is still coming to terms with her sexuality and later starts a relationship with Ashley. Kelly an out lesbian tries to seduce Spencer but is rejected. Spencer begins dating Carmen after breaking up with Ashley.
2005–2007 War at HomeThe War At Home Fox Khaleel "Kenny" Al-Bahir Rami Malek Kenny is a 16-year-old boy who harbors a secret crush on his best friend Larry and is subsequently kicked out of his house when his parents find out he's gay.[11]
2005–2006 Out of Practice CBS Regina Barnes Paula Marshall
2005–2006 Twins The WB Neil Christopher Fitzgerald
2005–2006 Seven Periods with Mr Gormsby TVNZ 1 Alisdair Morton
Lesley Tangaroa
Thomas Robins
Grace Hoet
2005- It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia FXX Mac (Ronald MacDonald)
Dennis Reynolds
Rob McElhenney
Glenn Howerton
In the episode "Hero or Hate Crime" (season 12, episode 6), Mac comes out of the closet after denying his sexuality, even coming out and going back in the closet in the two part episode "The Gang Goes to Hell" (season 11, episodes 9 and 10). Mac came out again in "Hero or Hate Crime" (season 12, episode 6), this time remaining out of the closet.
Dennis was confirmed as bisexual by the actor, mentioning multiple times in the show that he would be willing to have sex with men if the situation came up.
2005 All About George ITV
Russel Rory Jennings
2005 ComebackThe Comeback HBO Mickey Deane Robert Michael Morris Mickey is a hairdresser and confidant to lead character Valerie Cherish (Lisa Kudrow) who, despite being obviously gay, believes he is closeted.
2005 It's Me...Gerald Showcase Gerald Gerald L'Ecuyer
2006–2013 30 Rock NBC Devon Banks
J.D. Lutz
Will Arnett
Maulik Pancholy
John Lutz
Jeffery Self
Devon Banks is Jack Donaghy's nemesis, an executive who constantly tries to foil Jack's attempts to advance professionally. At first Devon is closeted but in the fifth season, it is revealed he has moved to Brooklyn and had children with an African-American dancer, Cashmere. Jonathan is Jack's assistant, who is smitten with his boss. J.D. Lutz is a TGS writer, whose sexual orientation was a mystery throughout the series. It was revealed in the series finale that he is bisexual. Randy is Liz Lemon's nephew.
2006–2007 BusinessThe Business IFC Terrence von Holtzen
Wendell Cooper
Matt Silver
Neil Napier
Terrence is an intern who in season 2 is promoted to Associate Co-head of the Animation and Historical Adaptation Department. Wendell is the company's accountant. In a sexually charged second season episode Terrence admits his repressed homosexuality and he and Wendell hook up.
2006–2007 Cover Girl SRC Mathieu/Veronica
Cherry Sundae
René Richard Cyr
Vincent Bolduc
Frédéric Pierre
Gilles Renaud
Series focuses on four drag queens.
2006–2007 ClassThe Class CBS Kyle Lendo
Sean Maguire
Cristian de la Fuente
Kyle is in a relationship with Aaron. He is a second grade teacher at an elite private school.
2006 Crumbs ABC Mitch Crumb Fred Savage
2006 So NoTORIous VH1 Sasan Zachary Quinto Sasan is based on Tori Spelling's friend Mehran Farhat.
2007 Kick SBS Layla
Nicole Chamoun
Romi Trower
Layla is a Muslim-Australian who lives with her conservative family and is unenthusiastically engaged to be married to a man named Sharif. But when she falls in love with fellow fencer Jackie, she has to choose between following her heart or making her family happy.
2007–2010 Sarah Silverman ProgramThe Sarah Silverman Program Comedy Central Brian
Brian Posehn
Steve Agee
Sarah's neighbors.
2007– Benidorm ITV Kenneth du Beke Tony Maudsley Hairdresser in the Solana hotel.
2008–2009 Sophie CBC Matt Scott
Jeff Geddis
Ian Matthews
Stéphane Demers
Matt is an OB/GYN and lead character Sophie's best friend. Verner is his partner. Bernard is a waiter at the café where Matt and Sophie hang out, with whom Matt has an affair.
2008 Sordid Lives: The Series Logo Earl "Brother Boy" Ingram
Ty Williamson
Leslie Jordan
Jason Dottley
Brother Boy likes to perform as Tammy Wynette and tries to escape from treatments to dehomosexualize him. Ty is an actor in Los Angeles coming to terms with his homosexuality.
2009– Nurse Jackie Showtime Mohammed "Mo-Mo" de la Cruz
Thor Lundgren
Dr. Eleanor O'Hara
Haaz Sleiman
Steve Wallem
Eve Best
Mohammed and Thor are nurses at All Saints' Hospital. Mohammed was dropped after the first season, the producers' stated reason being "the character’s storyline ran its course".[12]
Dr. O'Hara is in a relationship with a woman journalist in season 2 but has had sex on the show with at least one man.
2009–2015 Glee Fox Kurt Hummel
Sandy Ryerson
Blaine Anderson
Dave Karofsky
Sebastian Smythe
Brittany Pierce
Santana Lopez
Hiram Berry
LeRoy Berry
Unique Adams
Chris Colfer
Stephen Tobolowsky
Darren Criss
Max Adler
Grant Gustin
Heather Morris
Naya Rivera
Jeff Goldblum
Brian Stokes Mitchell
Alex Newell
Kurt is a member of the glee club. He comes out to his father in the episode "Preggers".
Sandy, a self-described "predatory gay", was the glee club director until being fired for inappropriate contact with a student. He then turned to dealing in medical marijuana to make a living.
Blaine was introduced in "Never Been Kissed", and soon becomes Kurt's boyfriend.
Dave was introduced as a football player and a bully in season one. In season two, he begins targeting Kurt for being gay. In "Never Been Kissed", Kurt confronts Dave and Dave kisses him.
Sebastian is introduced in "The First Time" as a new Warbler who sets his sights on Blaine.
Brittany lets slip in "Sectionals" that she and Santana have had sex. Initially meant as a throw away line to jokingly make reference to the closeness of the two then minor characters, the writers began taking the relationship seriously due to pressure from fans and both Morris and Rivera. The storyline saw great advances in the second season once the actresses were promoted to the main cast. They are seen making out on Brittany's bed in "Duets" and also make reference to the lesbian sex act of scissoring. In "Sexy" Santana finally professes her love for Brittany and later admits that she is a lesbian. Brittany is thought to be bisexual or pansexual.
Hiram and LeRoy Berry are Rachel's fathers.
Unique is a transgender member of the rival Vocal Adrenaline show choir who identifies as female. She joins New Directions in season 4.
2009– Modern Family ABC Mitchell Pritchett
Cameron Tucker
Jesse Tyler Ferguson
Eric Stonestreet
As of the series opener, Mitchell and Cameron have been together for five years and have an adopted Vietnamese-born daughter, Lilly.
2009—2013 Go Girls TVNZ 2 Levi Hirsh
Leon Wadham
Josh McKenzie
Levi is a sassy gay Jewish man whose Go Girls pledge is to get revenge.
Levi's ex-boyfriend and first love since high school.
2010-2015 Hot in Cleveland TV Land Rejoyla "Joy" Scruggs
Victoria Chase
Caroline Moretti
Laura San Giacomo Melanie Moretti's (Valerie Bertinelli) estranged sister Caroline is a lesbian and her girlfriend was trying to hit on Melanie.
2010–2012 Grandma's House BBC Two Simon
Ben Theodore
Simon Amstell
Iwan Rheon
Lead character Simon is a fictionalized version of gay comedian and TV host Simon Amstell. Over the course of the series he develops a relationship with actor Ben Theodore.
2010–2011 Hard Times of RJ BergerThe Hard Times of RJ Berger MTV Max Owens Jayson Blair Lead character RJ (Paul Iacono) discovers Max is gay when he espies him making out in the high school locker room showers with Guillermo in the season 2 episode "Steamy Surprise".
2010—2011 Blue Mountain State Spike Denise Roy
Mary Jo Cacciatore
Gabrielle Dennis
Frankie Shaw
Denise was bisexual, acknowledging having had sex with several people of both sexes.
Mary Jo joined the series in season 2 and began identifying as lesbian in season 3.
2010–2011 $h*! My Dad Says CBS Tim Tim Bagley
2010 Running Wilde Fox Mr. Lunt Robert Michael Morris Mr. Lunt is the personal assistant to lead character Steve Wilde (Will Arnett).
2011– Mrs. Brown's Boys RTÉ One Rory Brown
Dino Doyle
Rory Cowan
Gary Hollywood
2011–2014 Suburgatory ABC Mr. Wolfe Rex Lee
2011– Awkward. MTV Clark Stevenson
Ricky Schwartz
Joey Haro
Matthew Fahey
Clark is outed by the school bully in the season one finale. He becomes a confidant to lead character Jenna (Ashley Rickards) and eventually identifies himself as the anonymous poster who has been commenting on her blog. Clark is caught making out with Ricky in the final episode of season two.
2011–2013 Happily Divorced TV Land Peter Lovett John Michael Higgins Peter, a realtor, comes out to his wife Fran (Fran Drescher) after 18 years of marriage. The series is based on the real story of Drescher and her ex-husband, Peter Marc Jacobson.[13]
2011–2013 Happy Endings ABC Max Blum
Jane Kerkovich-Williams
Adam Pally
Stephen Guarino
Eliza Coupe
James Wolk
Max, a bearish slacker who constantly schemes ridiculous ideas to take advantage of his tendency toward laziness, is one of the show's central characters. Derrick, a recurring character, is a friend of his from the gym. Jane can be classified as bisexual. In season 3, her husband found out that she was in love with several women during college. Grant is Max's ex-boyfriend.
2011 Death Valley MTV Officer Carla Rinaldi Tania Raymonde[14]
2011 Sirens Channel 4 Ashley Greenwick Richard Madden Ashley is a gay EMT.[15]
2012— Ima ve'abaz HOT 3 Erez
Yehuda Levi
Yiftach Klein
Erez and Sammy are an Israeli gay couple raising a child with their best friend Talia (Maya Dagan).
2012– The Girl's Guide to Depravity Cinemax Tyler Joe Komara Tyler is the wise-cracking bartender at the club frequented by several of the other characters.[16]
2012– House Husbands[17] Nine Network Kane
Gyton Grantley
Tim Campbell
Darren McMullen
Justine Clarke
2012– Anger Management FX Patrick Michael Arden
2012– House of Lies Showtime Roscoe Kaan
Principal Gita
Donis Leonard, Jr.
Mo Gaffney
Megalyn Echikunwoke
Roscoe is the pre-teen son of lead character Marty Kaan (Don Cheadle). He exhibits gender-variant behaviour, including cross-dressing, and has expressed interest in both boys and girls.
Principal Gita is the principal of Roscoe's school; she was formerly married to a man before finding her "life partner Deandra".
April is a former stripper turned law student who has a self-described "weakness for pretty girls".
2012–2013 Malibu Country ABC Geoffrey Jai Rodriguez
2012–2013 Go On NBC Anne Julie White Anne is a member of the show's central support group, a lesbian mother whose wife recently died.[18]
2012–2013 New Normal, TheThe New Normal NBC David Sawyer
Bryan Collins
Gary Snyder
Justin Bartha
Andrew Rannells
Michael Hitchcock
David and Bryan are a gay couple who have hired a surrogate mother.
Gary is a counselor at the surrogacy agency.
2012–2013 Whitney NBC Neal Maulik Pancholy Neal comes out as bisexual after his friends catch him on a date with a man.
2012 Partners CBS Louis
Michael Urie
Brandon Routh
Louis is an architect who is business partners with his heterosexual childhood friend Charlie.
Wyatt is a nurse and Louis's boyfriend.
2013— Getting On HBO Patsy De La Serta Mel Rodriguez
2013—2016 Vicious ITV Freddie Thornhill
Stuart Bixby
Ian McKellen
Derek Jacobi
2013— Brooklyn Nine-Nine Fox Captain Ray Holt Andre Braugher Holt is the new captain of the 99th Precinct.[19]
2013— Please Like Me ABC2 Josh
Josh Thomas
Wade Briggs
Charles Cottier
Keegan Joyce
Hannah Gadsby
The series begins with Josh realizing that he is gay after breaking up with Claire and getting hit on by Geoffrey.
2013—2014 Sean Saves the World NBC Sean Sean Hayes Sean is a divorced gay father with a successful, yet demanding, career.
2014— Broad City Comedy Central Ilana Wexler
Jaime Castro
Ilana Wexler
Arturo Castro
Main character Ilana is bisexual. Her roommate, Jaime, is gay.
2014—2016 Faking It MTV Shane Harvey
Amy Raudenfeld
Lauren Cooper
Michael Willett
Rita Volk
Bailey de Young
Shane Harvey the most popular boy in school is openly gay. Amy Raudenfeld harbours secret feelings for her best friend Karma Ashcroft. Lauren Cooper is the first intersex main character on a television show; she has complete androgen insensitivity syndrome.
2014—2015 Looking HBO Patrick Murray
Dom Basaluzzo
Agustín Lanuez
Richie Donado Ventura
Kevin Matheson
Jonathan Groff
Murray Bartlett
Frankie J. Alvarez
Raúl Castillo
Russell Tovey
O. T. Fagbenle
Scott Bakula
Chris Perfetti
Daniel Franzese
About three gay men living in San Francisco, their love lives, professional lives and gay encounters.
2014— Mystery Girls ABC Family Nick Diaz Miguel Pinzon
2014—2015 Sirens USA Network Hank St. Clare
Valentina 'Voodoo' Dunacci
Kevin Daniels
Kelly O'Sullivan
Jesse Luken
Based on the 2011 series of the same name. Hank is a gay, Voodoo is an asexual EMT. Nick is Hank's on-again, off-again boyfriend.
2014— Undateable NBC Brett David Fynn
2014— Young & Hungry ABC Family Elliot Park Rex Lee
2014—2015 McCarthys, TheThe McCarthys CBS Ronny McCarthy Tyler Ritter
2015— Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Netflix Titus Andromedon Tituss Burgess
2015— The Switch OutTV Nyla Rose Trans woman played by trans actress.
2015– Other Space Yahoo! Screen Stewart Lipinski
Karen Lipinski
Tina Shukshin
Karan Soni
Bess Rous
Milana Vayntrub
Karen and Tina are revealed to have had a one night stand in college. Stewart mentions having had a boyfriend.
2015– Crazy Ex-Girlfriend The CW White Josh
Daryl Whitefeather
David Hull
Pete Gardener
2016– The Real O'Neals ABC Kenny O'Neal Noah Galvin Kenny is the middle child of a Catholic family living in Chicago.
2016– American Housewife ABC Angela Carly Hughes
2016– The Great Indoors CBS Mason Shaun Brown Mason is bisexual.
2017– Trial & Error NBC Larry Henderson
Summer Henderson
John Lithgow
Krysta Rodriguez
Larry and Summer are bisexual.

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