Fellow Travelers, Gen V), recent faves returning for a sophomore season (Our Flag Means Death, Loki), and long-running television staples coming back gayer than ever (Doctor Who, Survivor), the fall is thicc with must-see TV.(Though, casual reminder to Hollywood producers to pay your writers and actors fairly stat—the WGA and SAG strikes are still on going, and we don’t know how much longer this programming will last!)We digress… In order to help you keep track of it all, Queerty has assembled a guide to the biggest and most exciting TV premieres over throughout September, October, and November.So, clear some space on your calendar this fall, because it’s going to be a very gay couple of months!Though we doubt this new season of the horror anthology will be as gay as last season’s ripped-from-history tale set in NYC, American Horror Story is just naturally pretty gay, isn’t it? Emma Robert and Kim Kardhasian top-line this story, adapted from a novel by author Danielle Rollins. Premieres Sep. 20 on FX & Hulu.The bawdy and beloved British comedy—which opened the door for Ncuti Gatwa and Emma Mackey to be global Barbie super stars—returns for a final season, which sees Otis (Asa Butterfield) and friends paving news paths forward and saying their goodbyes, with a little help from guest star Dan Levy.
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