LGBT Characters for 2010-2011 TV Season Increase


The Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) today released the 15th annual "Where We Are On TV" study.

LGBT visibility on primetime broadcast TV increases to nearly 4 percent of characters while scripted cable representations rebound after two-year decline.

HBO's True Blood is the most inclusive program currently on television, featuring six regular and recurring LGBT characters.

From research and information provided by the five broadcast networks — ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC and The CW — GLAAD's "Where We Are On TV" study reviewed 84 scripted television programs scheduled to air this upcoming season, and counted a total of 587 series regular characters, 23 of which are LGBT.


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