Some of our favorite queer shows came to an end this year. Whether they got to tie up all their loose ends and finish on their terms or were just flat-out canceled by studio execs, these shows brought us joy this year and — we’ll remember them fondly for it!
From Pose to Wynonna Earp, to Atypical, and Brooklyn Nine-Nine, here are 13 queer shows that said goodbye in 2021!
TV Land’s longest running original series ended this year after 7 queer seasons. Featuring Debi Mazar as the main character’s lesbian best friend, and queer and genderfluid actor Nico Tortorella, Younger followed a 40-year-old woman who pretended to be younger in order to re-enter the ageist publishing industry.
This musical comedy-drama aired its final episode in June when it was canceled after two seasons. But the story didn’t end there, as the Roku Channel released a two-hour holiday film, Zoey’s Extraordinary Christmas, that aired this December. The show featured Mo, a genderfluid DJ played by Alex Newell.