Must-See LGBTQ TV: 'The Traitors' reunion special premieres on Tuesday, 'Survivor 44' debuts Wednesday, and '38th Independent Spirit Awards' air live on Saturday!

Grab the remote, set your DVR, or queue up your streaming service of choice! GLAAD is bringing you the LGBTQ highlights on TV this week. Check back every Sunday for up-to-date coverage in LGBTQ-inclusive programming on TV.

The season one reunion of The Traitors is streaming on Peacock this Tuesday! Hosted by gay Bravo icon Andy Cohen, the dramatic reunion brings the cast together for the first time since the shockingly traitorous finale. Fortunately, the deceit and treachery does not end here; The Traitors has been picked up for a second season with returning out host and producer Alan Cumming welcoming new guests to his castle! The Traitors Reunion Special: Tuesday on Peacock. 

GLAAD Media Award-winning reality series Survivor returns on Wednesday with its queerest season yet! The two-hour season premiere introduces six fierce new LGBTQ competitors: gay surgical podiatrist Josh Wilder, queer tech investor Claire Rafson, gay barbershop owner Matthew Grinstead-Mayle, queer research coordinator Frannie Marin, pansexual drug counselor Carolyn Wiger and gay salon owner Yamil “Yam Yam” Arocho, who is also the first contestant from a US territory. Immediately upon reaching the beach, the three tribes go full throttle in their first challenge to earn crucial camp supplies. Survivor 44: Wednesday, at 8pm ET on CBS or Paramount+.

The 38th Independent Spirit Awards air live this Saturday, charting new territory with a move to gender-neutral acting categories! There are a plethora of LGBTQ-inclsuive programs and talent in the race for both television and film awards, including This is Going to Hurt (out actor Ben Whishaw), Somebody Somewhere (out actor Jeff Hiller), A League of Their Own, Abbott Elementary, Yellowjackets, Station Eleven, Everything Everywhere All At Once, Tár, Bodies Bodies Bodies, All the Beauty and the BloodshedThe Inspection (out actor Jeremy Pope), Emily the Criminal (out actress Aubrey Plaza), Fire Island (out actor Joel Kim Booster), and more! Check out this list of 2023 Spirit Award-nominated films and series that are available to stream, rent or watch in theaters prior to the show. 38th Independent Spirit Awards: Saturday at 5pm ET on Film Independent’s YouTube or IMDb.

Sunday, February 26: The Last of Us (HBO Max)

Monday: Princess Power (Netflix) All American (8pm, The CW); All American: Homecoming (9pm, The CW)

Tuesday: The Traitors Reunion Special (Peacock); Love Trip: Paris (9pm, Freeform and Hulu); How I Met Your Father (Hulu); I Am Jazz (10pm, TLC); American Auto (8:30pm, NBC)

Wednesday: Survivor 44 (8pm, CBS); The Proud Family: Louder and Prouder (Disney+); The Conners (8pm, ABC); Abbott Elementary (9pm, ABC or Hulu); Chicago Fire (9pm, NBC); Snowfall (10pm, FX)

Thursday: The Upshaws (Netflix); Star Trek: Picard (Paramount+); Poker Face (Peacock); Sort Of (HBO Max); Harley Quinn (HBO Max); Station 19 (8pm, ABC); Not Dead Yet (9pm, ABC); A Million Little Things (10pm, ABC); Ghosts (8:30pm, CBS); Grey’s Anatomy (9pm, ABC); Grown-ish (10pm, Freeform or Hulu); Call Me Kat (9:30pm, Fox or Hulu); Doom Patrol (HBO Max); Bel-Air (Peacock)

Friday: Fire Country (9pm; CBS); Shrinking (Apple TV+); RuPaul’s Drag Race (MTV)

Saturday: 38th Independent Spirit Awards (5pm, YouTube); The Owl House (9pm, Disney Channel); SNL (11:30pm, NBC)