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.
1.) Love is in the air, and on the streets of Gotham in Harley Quinn: A Very Problematic Valentine’s Day Special. As queer couple Harley and Ivy celebrate their first Valentine’s Day together, the festivities go awry when a bout of love-making casts a spell that makes all of Gotham insatiably lustful. Plus, the rest of the gang navigates the most love-filled day of the year! Don’t miss this queer love extravaganza! Harley Quinn: A Very Problematic Valentine’s Day Special, Thursday on HBO Max
2.) ABC’s A Million Little Things fifth and final season premieres this week! The show follows a group of friends in Boston, all of whom feel stuck in their lives, after an unexpected death shakes everything up. Season five picks up as the family of friends reunites to celebrate the life of a loved one who dies unexpectedly; Katherine tells Maggie about a secret to register for baby gifts; and Rome supports his father during a hard transition. Katherine, as well as characters Danny and Greta, are all queer, and Greta is played by out actor Cameron Esposito. A Million Little Things, Thursdays at 10pm on ABC
3.) This Wednesday marks the series premiere of ABC’s new comedy Not Dead Yet! Not Dead Yet follows Nell Serrano, a broke and newly single self-described disaster, working to restart the life and career she left behind five years ago. When she lands the only job she can find – writing obituaries – Nell starts getting life advice from an unlikely source. Bisexual actor Josh Banday will play Dennis, a gay character on the show. Not Dead Yet, Thursdays at 9 on ABC
4.) The 2023 Grammys are airing live tonight on CBS and streaming on Paramount+! Queer artists received a number of nominations this year, including Brandi Carlile with seven nominations including a look for “Album of the Year,” Steve Lacy with nominations for “Record of the Year” and “Song of the Year,” and Sam Smith and Kim Petras for “Best Pop Duo/Group Performance.” Other queer artists nominated include Lady Gaga, Omar Apollo, Anitta, Kaytranada, T.J. Osbourne of Brothers Osbourne, Perfume Genius, and Randy Rainbow! Furthermore, Michael J. Jackson’s A Strange Loop received a look for “Best Musical Theater Album.” Sam Smith, Kim Petras, and Brandi Carlile will also all perform at the ceremony. The 65th Annual Grammy Awards, Sunday at 8pm on CBS and Paramount+
5.) The finale of Criminal Minds: Evolution, a spin-off of the hit crime procedural, airs Thursday on Paramount+. In Evolution, the FBI’s elite team of criminal profilers face their greatest threat, a UnSub who used the pandemic to build a network of serial killers. As the world opens back up the network goes operational and the team must hunt down one murderer at a time. Dr. Tara Lewis, a prominent character in the show, is pansexual, and in a relationship with Rebecca Wilson, played by bisexual actress Nicole Pacent. Criminal Minds: Evolution, Thursdays on Paramount+.
Thursday: 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); That 90’s Show (Netflix); Criminal Minds: Evolution (Paramount+)