The 28 Best LGBT Relationships in TV History

TV

The 28 Best LGBT Relationships in TV History

by
Shares
The 28 Best LGBT Relationships in TV History

 

LGBT representation on TV still isn't where it should be, but there've been some amazing strides in the last two decades.

Not long ago, it was rare to see even one same-sex relationship on television, and it was even longer before any storyline involving someone who is transgender. Now trans actors are winning awards and nominations and same-sex love is regularly seen on screen.

We look forward to adding to this list as representation grows stronger, but for now, scroll through to see 28 of our favorite LGBT relationships on TV of past and present.

The 28 Best LGBT Relationships in TV History
Advertisement
← Tip: Use keyboard arrows to navigate →

Tara and Willow: Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Advertisement

Tara and Willow: Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Advertisement

Advertisement

David and Keith: Six Feet Under

Advertisement

David and Keith: Six Feet Under

Advertisement

Advertisement

Kurt and Blaine: Glee

Kurt and Blaine: Glee

Advertisement

Advertisement

Connor and Oliver: How to Get Away With Murder

Advertisement

Connor and Oliver: How to Get Away With Murder

Advertisement

Advertisement

Callie and Arizona: Grey's Anatomy

Advertisement

Callie and Arizona: Grey's Anatomy

Advertisement

Advertisement

Emily and Maya: Pretty Little Liars

Emily and Maya: Pretty Little Liars

Advertisement

Advertisement

Bette and Tina: The L Word

Advertisement

Bette and Tina: The L Word

Advertisement

Advertisement

Poussey and Soso: Orange Is the New Black

Advertisement

Poussey and Soso: Orange Is the New Black

Advertisement

Advertisement

Mitchell and Cameron: Modern Family

Mitchell and Cameron: Modern Family

Advertisement

Advertisement

Loras Tyrell and Renly Baratheon: Game of Thrones

Advertisement

Loras Tyrell and Renly Baratheon: Game of Thrones

Advertisement

Advertisement

Carol and Susan: Friends

Advertisement

Carol and Susan: Friends

Advertisement

Advertisement

Callie and Aaron: The Fosters

Callie and Aaron: The Fosters

Advertisement

Advertisement

Omar and Brandon: The Wire

Advertisement

Omar and Brandon: The Wire

Advertisement

Advertisement

Lafayette and Jesus: True Blood

Advertisement

Lafayette and Jesus: True Blood

Advertisement

Advertisement

Emily and Alison: Pretty LIttle Liars

Emily and Alison: Pretty LIttle Liars

Advertisement

Advertisement

Sol and Robert: Grace and Frankie

Advertisement

Sol and Robert: Grace and Frankie

Advertisement

Advertisement

Cyrus and James: Scandal

Advertisement

Cyrus and James: Scandal

Advertisement

Advertisement

Stef and Lena: The Fosters

Stef and Lena: The Fosters

Advertisement

Advertisement

Root and Shaw: Person of Interest

Advertisement

Root and Shaw: Person of Interest

Advertisement

Advertisement

Darryl and White Josh: Crazy Ex-Girlfriend

Advertisement

Darryl and White Josh: Crazy Ex-Girlfriend

Advertisement

Advertisement

Tito and Hernando: Sense8

Tito and Hernando: Sense8

Advertisement

Advertisement

Nomi and Amanita: Sense8

Advertisement

Nomi and Amanita: Sense8

Advertisement

Advertisement

Mickey and Ian: Shameless

Advertisement

Mickey and Ian: Shameless

Advertisement

Advertisement

Will and Vince: Will and Grace

Will and Vince: Will and Grace

Advertisement

Advertisement

Cosima and Delphine: Orphan Black

Advertisement

Cosima and Delphine: Orphan Black

Advertisement

Advertisement

Ray and Kevin: Brooklyn 99

Advertisement

Ray and Kevin: Brooklyn 99

Advertisement

Advertisement

Jack and Tobey: Dawson's Creek

Jack and Tobey: Dawson's Creek

Advertisement

Advertisement

Brittany and Santana: Glee

Advertisement

Brittany and Santana: Glee

Advertisement

Advertisement
Advertisement

 

LGBT representation on TV still isn't where it should be, but there've been some amazing strides in the last two decades.

Not long ago, it was rare to see even one same-sex relationship on television, and it was even longer before any storyline involving someone who is transgender. Now trans actors are winning awards and nominations and same-sex love is regularly seen on screen.

We look forward to adding to this list as representation grows stronger, but for now, scroll through to see 28 of our favorite LGBT relationships on TV of past and present.