“Tara Chambler wasn’t just the first openly LGBTQ character on The Walking Dead; she was the first gay woman I had ever seen in any form of zombie horror in my life.”
All the premiere dates and sneak peeks at new and returning television shows with lesbian, bisexual or queer women characters coming January, February and March 2019 to a shiny box near you.
Does Annaliese Keating have a new gal pal? Maybe! Arizona Robbins, however, has none. None gal pals. Tara’s still alive on The Walking Dead, the Shannara gays are still gayin’, and Sarah Paulson gets her revenge on American Horror Story: Cult.
There aren’t many new lesbian, bisexual, trans, or queer characters on fall TV, but there are a few; and a handful of returning favorites.
Sappho protect us.
Another day, another stray arrow in the eyeball. Plus: Hannah has her first queer hook-up on Girls.
It’s been a pretty terrible week for queer TV viewers, but at least the lesbians on The Walking Dead aren’t dead yet!
The good, the bad, the ugly, and the revolutionarily boring queer TV storylines of the year.
The Black Sails finale had two queer characters winning at being pirates, The Good Wife is blowing it with Kalinda, and Tara survived another season of The Walking Dead!
We’re back with our weekly column about all the queer stuff that’s happening on television that we don’t have time to recap!
Plus it’s finally time for ABC Family’s leztastic Christmas specials!
It was a pretty lame week for queer women on TV, but at least Kalinda and Lana were naked most of the time.
The Good Wife’s best character continues to be Kalinda Sharma’s trench coats.
Happy Halloween! Have a brand new lesbian character dressed as a dinosaur!
More lesbian sex than lesbian death on TV this week! It’s a 2014 record!
Welcome to our brand new Friday round-up of all the queer ladies on TV we haven’t already talked about this week. You’ll like it we promise.
For the second week in a row, The Walking Dead has delivered us some queer lady goodness. Let’s relive those moments now.
Let’s all hope and pray that this Tara has better luck than her predecessors.