Television

In 1981, when "Cagney & Lacey" first aired, the show recast the role of Christine Cagney with Sharon Gless after the first season because studio execs thought Meg Foster looked and acted too lesbian in the role. 

The Apple TV+ series "Visible: Out on Television" traces the power and representation — good, bad and life-changing — of LGBTQ folks broadcast into American homes through television. The five-part, five-hour series, which is available Feb. 14, mixes both real newscasts, scripted programming, TV movies, mini-series, talk shows and soap operas to tell its story. The focus is predominantly on network channels, with a few cable programs.

It was just a kiss. Or was it?

The premiere episode of the new season of ABC's "A Million Little Things" on Jan. 23 was titled "The Kiss." Danny (Chance Hurstfield) was nervous because he was about to have his first kiss live in front of everyone in his school's production of "Grease."

The holidays are over, and it’s still cold outside. You might want to huddle in your home the next few weeks or months to escape the cold weather. Fortunate for you social and literal hibernators, there is quite of lot of queer streaming and broadcast content for you to digest while hiding from old man winter this season.

 It was a historic year for LGBTQ people on TV, with a record number of out lesbian, gay and trans actors, along with several out nonbinary actors.

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