Must-See LGBT TV 3/29-4/4: 'Weird Loners,' 'Younger' series premieres

Grab the remote, set your DVR or queue up your streaming service of choice! GLAAD is bringing you the highlights in LGBT on TV this week. Check back every Sunday for up-to-date coverage in LGBT-inclusive programming on TV.

Rex Lee guest stars on an all new episode of Fresh Off the Boat this week as Jessica's ex-boyfriend from college who comes to visit the family, but Jessica finds herself upset when her husband isn't the slightest bit jealous at her ex staying with them. Meanwhile, Eddie tries to figure out a way to get himself out of the school science fair. Fresh Off the Boat: Tuesday, 8pm on ABC.

Weird Loners premieres on Tuesday night on FOX. The series follows four relationship challenged thirtysomethings in New York as their lives unexpectedly mesh when they all move in to a Queens, NY. townhouse. Among the four housemates is Zara (newcomer Meera Rohit Kumbhani), a bisexual artist who struggles with commitment. Weird Loners: Tuesday, 9:30pm on FOX.

Younger premieres on TV Land Tuesday night. The series follows Liza (Sutton Foster), a 40-year-old recently single mother, who wants to pass herself off as a 26-year-old in order to get back into the working world. Her lesbian best friend Maggie (Debi Mazar) helps give her a makeover and trains her on pop culture. Younger: Tuesday, 10pm on TV Land.

Sunday March 29: Call the Midwife (8pm, PBS); Shameless (9pm, Showtime); The Good Wife (9pm, CBS); Revenge (10pm, ABC)

Monday: Dancing with the Stars (8pm, ABC); The Night Shift (10pm, NBC); The Returned (10pm, A&E)

Tuesday: Fresh Off the Boat (8pm, ABC); The Flash (8pm, CW); Undateable (9pm, NBC); One Big Happy (9:30pm, NBC); Weird Loners (9:30pm, FOX); Sirens (10pm, USA); Younger (10pm, TV Land); Newlyweds: The First Year (10pm, Bravo)

Wednesday: Young & Hungry (8pm, ABC Family); The Mysteries of Laura (8pm, NBC); Modern Family (9pm, ABC);  Big Freedia: Queen of Bounce (11pm, Fuse)

Thursday: Grey's Anatomy (8pm, ABC); Backstrom (9pm, FOX); Scandal (9pm, ABC); Archer (10pm, FX)

Friday: The Amazing Race (8pm, CBS)

On daytime, check your local listings for information about EllenThe Talk (CBS), The Gossip Table (VH1), The View (ABC) and The Chew (ABC). Soap operas Days of Our Lives on NBC and General Hospital on ABC (check local listings) both feature out characters.


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