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.
Docuseries Nuclear Family begins airing tonight. Nuclear Family is a three-part documentary series following filmmaker Ry Russo-Young as she turns the camera on her own past to explore the meaning of family. In the late 70s/early 80s, when the concept of a gay family was inconceivable to most, Ry and her sister Cade were born to two lesbian mothers through sperm donors. Ry’s idyllic childhood was threatened by an unexpected lawsuit which sent shockwaves through her family’s lives and continues to reverberate today. Nuclear Family: 10pm on HBO.
Grey’s Anatomy and Station 19 both premiere new seasons on Thursday, with a two-hour crossover episode between the two. In the premiere, relationships are challenged at Station 19 following Sullivan’s actions at Maya and Carina’s wedding, putting his marriage with Andy to the test. Dean comes to terms with his feelings for Vic, while Travis rekindles an old flame. The annual Phoenix Festival brings out some reckless behavior in some of Seattle’s citizens, challenging the teams at Station 19 and Grey Sloan Memorial. Station 19 & Grey’s Anatomy: 8pm on ABC.
Sunday, September 26: Tony Awards (7pm ET/4pm PT, Paramount+); The Great North (8:30pm, Fox); Wellington Paranormal (9pm, The CW); The Walking Dead (9pm, AMC); Billions (9pm, Showtime); Nuclear Family (10pm, HBO); Work in Progress (11pm, Showtime)
Monday: Y: The Last Man (Hulu); Dancing With the Stars (8pm, ABC); The Voice (8pm, NBC); Roswell, New Mexico (8pm, The CW); 9-1-1 (9pm, FOX); The Good Doctor (10pm, ABC); NCIS Hawai’I (10pm, CBS); The L Word: Generation Q (10pm, Showtime)
Wednesday: Riverdale (8pm, The CW); The Conners (9pm, ABC); Chicago Fire (9pm, NBC); In the Dark (9pm, The CW); Home Economics (9:30pm, ABC); A Million Little Things (10pm, ABC); Awkwafina is Nora From Queens (10pm, Comedy Central); American Horror Story (10pm, FX)
Saturday: Saturday Night Live (11:30pm, NBC and Peacock)