Must-See LGBT TV 6/14-20: 'Limited Partnership' premiere, Jim Parsons goes 'Inside the Actors Studio,' 'Orphan Black' season finale

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.

The documentary Limited Partnership premieres on Independent Lens this week. The film is the true story of Richard Adams and Tony Sullivan, one of six gay couples to be legally married in Boulder, Colorado in 1975. They filed the first federal lawsuit seeking equal recognition for same-sex marriages after Sullivan (an Australian citizen) was denied an application for resident status based on marriage. Limited Partnership: Monday, 10pm on PBS.

Out actor Jim Parsons will be featured on Inside the Actors Studio. This is Parsons first appearance on the James Lipton-hosted series and he will be talking about his theater roots and growing up in Houston, his hit TV series The Big Bang Theory and his current Broadway starring role in An Act of God, and his relationship with longtime partner Todd Spiewak.  Inside the Actors Studio: Thursday, 8pm on Bravo.

Orphan Black's third season wraps up this week. Sarah is forced to make uneasy alliances as the Leda team gets closer to the truth and lives depend on her decision. Meanwhile, the results of Alison's school board trustee vote are in and Donnie gives Helena an unexpected "gift." Orphan Black: Saturday, 9pm on BBC America.

Sunday June 14: Nurse Jackie (9pm, Showtime); Game of Thrones (9pm, HBO); Penny Dreadful (10pm, Showtime)

Monday: The Fosters (8pm, ABC Family); Becoming Us (9pm, ABC Family); Major Crimes (9pm, TNT); Limited Partnership (10pm, PBS); The Island (10pm, NBC)

Tuesday: Pretty Little Liars (8pm, ABC Family); Finding Carter (10pm, MTV)

Wednesday: The Prancing Elites Project (9pm, Oxygen)

Thursday: Inside the Actors Studio (8pm, Bravo); Hannibal (10pm, NBC)

Friday: Defiance (8pm, Syfy)

Saturday: Orphan Black (9pm, BBC America)

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, The Bold and the Beautiful on CBS, and General Hospital on ABC (check local listings) all feature out characters.


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