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GLAAD won’t release its analysis of the 2010 fall season until late September or October, but GLAAD President Jarrett Barrios said the group will be looking not only at totals for LGBT characters, but also at the stories they tell.“We have to be concerned not just with the numbers of LGBT images, but with how we are portrayed,” Barrios says.
“Are we confirming stereotypes or really breaking through to America about what is possible? Thursdays on CBS): This new series based on the hilarious Twitter feed and blog will include a small gay role that could evolve into a “big loud gay presence,” out producer Max Mutchnick told Media Week.“Grey’s Anatomy” (Premieres Sept. Thursdays on ABC): In one of GLAAD’s most lauded shows, the 2009 season included lesbian couple Callie and Arizona grappling with issues like whether to have children.“Desperate Housewives” (Premieres Sept. Sundays on ABC): While not the gay must-watch it used to be, still includes gay characters and plenty of drama.“Brothers & Sisters” (Premieres Sept. Sundays on ABC): Gay couple Scotty and Kevin are having a child via a surrogate; meanwhile, Uncle Saul will gain a boyfriend, TV Guide reports.“The Good Wife” (Premieres Sept. Tuesdays on CBS): We’ll meet the gay brother of Juliana Margulies’ character, Alicia, a CBS exec told TV Guide, but the sexuality of Kalinda will remain a mystery.“Real Housewives of Atlanta” (Premieres Oct. on Bravo): Atlanta’s bitchiest claim to fame is back, with new cast members Cynthia Bailey and Phaedra Parks.
” gay producer Max Mutchnick, who brought us “Will & Grace,” recently told Mediaweek.
Cable networks continue to lead the way on LGBT inclusion, with MTV earning the first “excellent” rating ever on the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation’s recent Network Responsibility Index, an analysis of how often LGBT characters appear.
Here’s a glimpse at some of the shows of particular LGBT interest this season:“The Closer” (New episodes already airing, 9 p.m. Morales is gay.“Rupaul’s Drag U” (New episodes already airing, 9 p.m. Top photo: We’ll learn more about gay teen Kurt’s relationship with his father in the new season of ‘Glee,’ which premieres Sept. This season’s contestants on ‘Dancing With the Stars’ include queer-loving comedian Margaret Cho. reality series, "Project Runway," said it is developing two "Runway" spinoffs.Both of the new shows were developed at Lifetime by Executive Vice President Jo Ann Alfano, the network said.Both offer plenty to look forward to when their new seasons launch this fall.In addition to gay teen Kurt, out actor Jane Lynch and music to die for — dubbed “the holy trifecta of gayness” by Mediaweek’s Alan Frutkin — “Glee” will offer up more about Kurt’s relationship with his father and the struggles gay teens face to fit in.“Modern Family” will finally see a smooch between gay dads Cam and Mitchell, which producers insist was planned all along and not the result of an ardent Facebook campaign.