GLAAD Report Reveals Lgbtq TV Representation At All-Time High

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GLAAD has released its “Where We Are On TV” report which breaks down the overall diversity of primetime scripted series regulars on broadcast networks and assesses the number of Lgbtq characters on cable networks and streaming platforms. This year, there is more good news than bad.

“Where We Are On TV” showed that the needle has moved to an all-time high when it comes to Lgbtq series regulars. There was also a significant increase in racial diversity of Lgbtq characters on broadcast and cable — but there was a decrease in streaming. On top of that, for the first time in the report’s 24-year history, Lgbtq regular and recurring women on broadcast outnumber Lgbtq men 53% to 47% — almost reaching gender parity.

The report was presented during a panel discussion at UTA Thursday morning with GLAAD President & CEO Sarah Kate Ellis, UTA television agent Jacob Fenton, Sabrina Jalees (Carol’s Second Act
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