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LGBTQ+ representation on TV dropped from 2022-23, GLAAD reports

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After a record-setting year, overall LGBTQ+ representation was down on US television during the 2022-23 season. GLAAD’s annual ‘Where We Are on TV’ report tracks the number of LGBTQ+ regular and recurring characters on scripted primetime broadcast, scripted primetime cable and scripted series on the eight major streaming platforms (Apple TV+, Amazon Prime, Disney+, HBO Max, Hulu, Netflix, Peacock and Paramount+).

This year’s edition, which was released on 21 March and is its 18th overall, covers shows that premiered or are expected to return from 1 June 2022 to 31 May 2023.

There were a total of 596 regular and recurring LGBTQ+ characters across broadcast, cable and streaming, marking a decrease of 6.44 per cent from the previous year’s 637 characters.

GLAAD counted 101 LGBTQ+ characters on broadcast, 139 LGBTQ on cable and 356 LGBTQ+ on the aforementioned streaming platforms.

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