While portraying the usual societal issues that the film franchise did so eerily, the TV adaptation appears to have some sapphic scenes to look forward to. The Purge premieres Tuesday, September 4 on USA.
'It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia' (FXX)
It's recently been announced that Mac will finally get a boyfriend this season, after finally embracing his sexuality. Season 13 of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia premieres Wednesday, September 5 on FXX.
'I Love You, America' (Hulu)
The comedian deals with many topical issues in the age of Trump on her Hulu talk show. Season 2 of I Love You, America premieres Thursday, September 6 on Hulu.
Although Emmy Rossum is leaving the show, there are still plenty of queer storyline's to look forward to with Cameron Monaghan's Ian. Season 9 of Shameless premieres Sunday, September 9 on Showtime.
'American Horror Story: Apocalypse' (FX)
Ryan Murphy's horror anthology never disappoints when it comes to queer content. American Horror Story: Apocalypse premieres Wednesday, September 12 on FX.
'Bojack Horseman' (Netflix)
Netflix's animated comedy deals with mental health and other real issues. Season 5 of Bojack Horseman premieres Friday, September 14 on Netflix.
'The First' (Hulu)
Hulu's show about the US's mission to inhabit Mars features LisaGay Hamilton as a queer, black astronaut. The First premieres Friday, September 14 on Hulu.
Aisha Hinds' Henrietta is a queer woman of color working a high-pressure job as a cop. Season 2 of 9-1-1 premieres Sunday, September 23 on Fox.
'American Housewife' (ABC)
In this comedy, Carly Hughes' Angela is a queer mom whose sex life is enviable for most. Season 3 of American Housewife premieres Wednesday, September 26 on ABC.
'How to Get Away with Murder' (ABC)
Are wedding bells in the future for Connor and Oliver? Maybe if they could get a break from trying to cover up accidental murders. Season 5 of How to Get Away with Murder premieres Thursday, September 27 on ABC.
Nico Santos portrays a lovable queer immigrant in this working class comedy. Season 4 of Superstore premieres Thursday, October 4 on NBC.
'Will & Grace' (NBC)
This iconic group of friends is back once again after their highly-anticipated return. Season 10 of Will & Grace premieres Thursday, October 4 on NBC.
'Big Mouth' (Netflix)
Nick Kroll's animated coming-of-age comedy explores puberty and sexuality, among other relatable topics. Season 2 of Big Mouth premieres Friday, October 5 on Netflix.
'Dancing Queen' (Netflix)
Get a look at the life of RPDR alum, Alyssa Edwards in this new docu-series. Dancing Queen premieres Friday, October 5 on Netflix.
Whether you ship Cheryl and Toni or Kevin and Moose, Greg Berlanti's adaptation of the Archie comics is looking out for its queer fans. Season 3 of Riverdale premieres Wednesday, October 10 on the CW.
Steven and Sammy Jo's wedding left us on the edge of our seats in the season one finale. Season 2 of Dynasty premieres Friday, October 12 on the CW.
'Crazy Ex-Girlfriend' (CW)
As Rebecca Bunch prepares to bid us farewell, we'll find out how our favorite couples, White Josh/Darryl and Valencia/Beth end up. Season 4 of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend premieres Friday, October 12 on the CW.
This reboot hasn't had the warmest welcome from fans of the original, but with a queer sister witch, we hope it can bring a modern, inclusive update to the show. Charmed premieres Sunday, October 14 on the CW.
Lena Dunham and Jenni Konner's new HBO comedy features Bridget Everett as a nature-loving lesbian. Camping premieres Sunday, October 14 on HBO.
'The Conners' (ABC)
After Roseanne Barr's problematic opinions got the revival cancelled, the Conners are returning without the matriarch, hopefully leaving room for some good queer content. The Conners premieres Tuesday, October 16 on ABC.
After Raven-Symone's appearance as Dre's (Anthony Anderson) lesbian sister, we hope to see her return this season. Season 5 of Black-ish premieres Tuesday, October 16 on ABC.
'Midnight, Texas' (NBC)
From the writer of True Blood comes a show with many supernatural beings, including a gay relationship between an angel and a demon. Season 2 of Midnight, Texas premieres Friday, October 26 on NBC.
'House of Cards' (Netflix)
With Spacey out of the picture, we finally get to see a woman in the White House. Season 6 of House of Cards premieres Friday, November 2 on Netflix.
'Marvel's Runaways' (Hulu)
Hulu's young superhero series stays true to the comic book's queer roots. Season 2 of Marvel's Runaways premieres Friday, December 21 on Hulu.
'The Orville' (Fox)
Seth MacFarlane's comedic homage to Star Trek includes an all-male alien species that can reproduce. Season 2 of The Orville premieres Sunday, December 30 on Fox.