Must-See LGBT TV 6/28-7/4: Larry Kramer In Love and Anger, Growing Up Trans, The Fosters, Becoming Us, Scream and more!

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 Larry Kramer in Love and Anger premieres on HBO Monday night. The documentary looks at Kramer's life and legacy as a leading HIV/AIDS advocate and co-founder of ACT UP and the Gay Men’s Health Crisis, his most well known play The Normal Heart which was based on his work as an activist in the early days of the epidemic, and his current life and work. Larry Kramer in Love and Anger: Monday, 9pm on HBO.

On Monday night, Cole returns to The Fosters as he is working on planning an LGBT prom event and extends invitations to Callie, Jude and Connor. Meanwhile, Lena's estranged half brother comes to town and she wants him to apologize to her mother for something he said years ago. Then on an all new episode of Becoming Us, Lathan and Carly grow closer as Lathan talks to her about being trans and asks for advice in his new relationship. The Fosters, Becoming Us: Monday, starting at 8pm on ABC Family.

Tuesday night's edition of Frontline on PBS, Growing Up Trans, focuses on transgender youth and their families. Check out a preview below with a few of the eight trans kids and teens ranging from 9 to 19-years-old that viewers will get to know as they share their stories. Frontline: Tuesday, 10pm on PBS.

Documentary Before You Know It premieres on World Channel Tuesday evening as part of America ReFramed. Before You Know It details the lives of three out gay senior citizens, Dennis, Ty and Robert, as they navigate life and love in their later years.  Born before the Civil Rights era, these men have witnessed unbelievable change over the course of their lifetimes. Ty and filmmaker PJ Raval will be hosting a live online screening and Q&A, RSVP now. Before You Know It: Tuesday, 10pm on World Channel. Check your local listings.

MTV's new horror series Scream premieres Tuesday, the first season is set for ten episodes. The school's "It Girl" Nina is killed shortly after posting a video that goes viral of pastor's daughter Audrey (Bex Taylor-Klaus) kissing another girl. Her murder stirs up memories in the small town of a killing spree from two decades ago that may have inspired a new killer. Scream: Tuesday, 10pm on MTV.

Sunday June 28: Big Brother (8pm, CBS); Last Tango in Halifax (8pm, PBS); Nurse Jackie (9pm, Showtime); The Last Ship (9pm, TNT);  Penny Dreadful (10pm, Showtime)

Monday: The Fosters (8pm, ABC Family); Larry Kramer in Love and Anger (9pm, HBO); Becoming Us (9pm, ABC Family); Major Crimes (9pm, TNT); The Island (10pm, NBC); Teen Wolf (10pm, MTV)

Tuesday: Pretty Little Liars (8pm, ABC Family); Sisterhood of Hip Hop (9pm, OWN); Teen Wolf (9pm, MTV); Clipped (10pm, TBS); Tyrant (10pm, FX); Frontline (10pm, PBS); Scream (10pm, MTV); America ReFramed: Before You Know It (10pm, PBS World)

Wednesday: Big Brother (8pm, CBS); The Prancing Elites Project (9pm, Oxygen); Mr. Robot (10pm, USA)

Thursday: Big Brother (8pm, CBS); Complications (9pm, USA); Under the Dome (9pm, CBS); Rookie Blue (10pm, ABC); Hannibal (10pm, NBC)

Friday: Defiance (8pm, Syfy)

Saturday: The Millers (8, 8:30pm, CBS); The McCarthys (9, 9:30pm, 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, The Bold and the Beautiful on CBS, and General Hospital on ABC (check local listings) all feature out characters.

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