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.
Season three of BBC America’s Killing Eve premieres this Sunday night. The show follows the cat and mouse relationship between queer assassin Villanelle and spy Eve. In the season three premiere, Eve is attempting to rebuild her life, having been shot by Villanelle. Villanelle is also moving on, until she is approached by an old foe. Killing Eve: Sunday, 8pm on BBC America and AMC.
Miniseries Mrs. America premieres Wednesday on Hulu. The show follows the fight for the equal rights amendment in the 1970s, focusing on anti-feminist and anti-LGBTQ lobbyist Phyllis Schlafly along with several feminist leaders of the time including Gloria Steinem, Shirley Chisolm, and Betty Friedan. The show delves into queer rights of the era as well, shown through queer characters including Schlafly’s son. Mrs. America: Wednesday, on Hulu.
Wednesday: Mrs. America (Hulu); Chicago Med (8pm, NBC); Riverdale (8pm, The CW); Chicago Fire (9pm, NBC); Nancy Drew (9pm, The CW); Motherland: Fort Salem (9pm, Freeform); S.W.A.T. (10pm, CBS); Twenties (10pm, BET); What We Do in the Shadows (10pm, FX); Boomerang (10:30pm, BET)