Grab the remote, set your DVR, or queue up your streaming service of choice! GLAAD is bringing you some highlights from LGBTQ TV premieres and returns throughout February. Check back on the first of each month for up-to-date coverage of LGBTQ-inclusive programming on television.
February 2, 2024
Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur (Season Two – Disney Channel or Disney+)
Marvel’s Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur follows the adventures of 13-year-old super-genius Lunella Lafayette and her 10-ton T-rex, Devil Dinosaur. After Lunella accidentally brings Devil Dinosaur into present-day New York City via a time vortex, the duo works together to protect the city’s Lower East Side from danger. In the new season, Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur are in their element of Super Heroes; however, as Moon Girl’s Super Hero-ing intertwines more with her personal life, she must decide if the cost of keeping her identity a secret is worth the toll it takes on her family. The series features trans teen Brooklyn (trans and non-binary actor and model Indya Moore), and non-binary teen Tai (trans, non-binary and pansexual actor Ian Alexander), as well as Casey’s two dads, voiced by gay stars Andy Cohen and Wilson Cruz! The sophomore season will also introduce out guest voice stars Alex Newell and Cynthia Erivo. Watch the season two premiere at 8pm ET on Disney Channel or the next day on Disney+.
February 5, 2024
Solar Opposites (Valentine’s Day Special – Hulu)
Adult animated sci-fi sitcom Solar Opposites centers around Terry, Korvo, Jesse and Yumyulack — a family of aliens who crash land on Earth and are forced to stay in suburban America, often disagreeing on whether life is better or worse on their home planet of Planet Shlorp. Their mission: protect the Pupa, a living super computer that will one day evolve into its true form, consume them and terraform the Earth. Korvo and Terry are paired together and grow into their relationship as parental figures to their replicants. In this special, The Solar Opposites are declaring a war on Valentine’s Day! Catch up on all four seasons and watch the “Valentine’s Day Special” on Hulu.
February 7, 2024
Abbott Elementary (season three premiere – ABC or next day on Hulu)
Abbott Elementary celebrates our school system’s unsung heroes and public servants, focusing on a group of dedicated Philadelphia teachers— and a slightly tone-deaf principal. Amongst the passionate educator is the beloved awkward gay history teacher Jacob Hill and his boyfriend Zach, who became a recurring character in season two. Catch the season three premiere at 9pm ET on ABC or the next day on Hulu.
February 12, 2024
NCIS: Hawai’i (season three – 10pm ET on CBS or Paramount+ with Showtime)
An NCIS spinoff, NCIS: Hawai’i follows a fictional team of agents who work out of the Pearl Harbor Field Office, which is led by Special Agent in Charge Jane Tennant. Together with her unwavering team of specialists, they balance duty to family and country while investigating high-stakes crimes involving military personnel, national security and the mysteries of the sun-drenched island paradise itself. This season will continue to explore the relationship between Lucy Tara, Junior field agent of NCIS: Hawai’i, and Kate Whistler, Federal Bureau of Investigation Special Agent and NCIS-FBI liaison, who was previously a Defense Intelligence Agency Officer. Watch NCIS: Hawai’i season three premiere at 10pm ET on CBS or Paramount+.
February 15, 2024
Vigil (season two – Peacock)
Peacock’s Vigil is a British police procedural centering the mysterious disappearance of a Scottish fishing trawler and a death onboard a Trident nuclear submarine, which brings the police into conflict with the Navy and British security services. In its second season, queer leads DCI Amy Silva (Surranne Jones) and DI Kirsten Longacre (Rose Leslie) are tasked with uncovering the cause of multiple unexplained fatalities at the Scottish military facility. Entering hostile and closed ranks of the Air Force, the pair must face the deadly warfare of tomorrow as they fight for their own future. Stream all six episodes on Peacock!
Additional Release Dates:
The Conners (season six – 8pm ET on ABC or next day on Hulu)
Not Dead Yet (season two – 8:30pm ET on ABC or the next day on Hulu)
Bob Hearts Abishola (season five – 8:30pm ET on CBS or Paramount+ with Showtime)
NCIS (season twenty-one – 9pm ET on CBS or Paramount+ with Showtime)
Ghosts (season three – 8:30pm ET on CBS or Paramount+ with Showtime)
So Help Me Todd (season 2 – 9pm ET on CBS or Paramount+ with Showtime)
Life & Beth (season two – Hulu)
The Equalizer (season four – 8pm ET on CBS or Paramount+ with Showtime)
Fire Country (season two – 9pm ET on CBS or Paramount+ with Showtime)
CSI: Vegas (season three – 10pm ET on CBS or Paramount+ with Showtime)
Will Trent (season two – 8pm ET on ABC or the next day on Hulu)
The Good Doctor (season seven – 10pm ET on ABC or the next day on Hulu)
Disclaimer: This is not a comprehensive list of LGBTQ-inclusive programming and focuses solely on series premieres, season returns, and other notable moments or specials.