What are the Most Popular TV Shows with Lesbian Themes

People who belong to the lesbian and gay communities don’t often have much interest in TV shows ruled by straight characters. If you are among them, then you should consider watching the TV shows mentioned here. The list we have compiled is the answer to the question of what are the most popular TV shows with lesbian themes.

The Fosters (2012 – 2018)

If you want to spend time in watching a cute, fun and meaningful show, then you can invest your time in this show that tells the tales of lesbian foster parents and their kids who often get into a lot of trouble. There is also a tertiary trans boy character in the show that would add to the reasons to watch this show.

Orange is the New Black (2013 – Present)

This show has lots of females and uncountable queer characters in it. The story revolved around the agenda to expose the draconian absurdity of a prison-industrial complex. The story and the acting potential of the stars like Ruby Rose, Samira Wiley, and Lea DeLaria will make you fall in love with this Netflix original.

Sense8 (2014 – 2017)

The directors of this amazing show have confirmed that every character in the show is pansexual. This show has sprawling Sci-fi epics that would hook you from the first episode. It also has a transgender female character who is in an interracial relationship with another woman. The show also has two lesbians and a gay male couple to add to the spice.

Everything Sucks! (2018 – Present)

This how is centered on a tomboy who has a crush on an alternateen drama queen. The life of the teenagers in the show is simple as they are in the 90s and don’t have access to smartphones yet.

Pretty Little Liars (2009 – 2017)

This show had a lead lesbian character in 2010 who survived to be gay for the entire season. It was an accomplishment 8 years back. The show’s love for lesbians grew rapidly, and by season six there were eight bisexual or lesbian characters in it.

One Day at A Time (2017 – Present)

This show revolves around three generations of a Cuban American family that has a daughter who admits to being lesbian and had a queer relationship in too.