Must-See LGBT TV: Sunday 11/16 - Saturday 11/22

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.

On Tuesday, PBS' Finding Your Roots with Henry Louis Gates Jr. will feature out writer David Sedaris as one of three celebrities tracing their ancestry. As part of his journey, Sedaris finds that his great-grand-aunt was actually taken into captivity by the Ottoman military. Finding Your Roots with Henry Louis Gates Jr.: Tuesday, 8pm on PBS.

This week marks the mid-season finales for ABC's #TGIT programming block: Grey's Anatomy, Scandal and How to Get Away with Murder. On Grey's, Callie blames herself when one of the veterans she is working with is pushed too far. Scandal's Cyrus faces the repercussions of his recent actions and How to Get Away with Murder will reveal the events that led to Sam's death the night of the bonfire. Grey's Anatomy, Scandal, How to Get Away with Murder: Thursday, starting at 8pm on ABC.

For a breakdown of LGBT-inclusive shows airing every week, check out our nightly listings below:

Sunday November 16: Brooklyn Nine-Nine (8:30pm, FOX); The Good Wife (9pm, CBS); Revenge (10pm, ABC)

Monday: Gotham (8pm, FOX); Jane the Virgin (9pm, CW)

Tuesday: The Flash (8pm, CW); Marry Me (9pm, NBC); Awkward. (10pm, MTV); Faking It (10:30pm, MTV)

Wednesday: Survivor (8pm, CBS); Modern Family (9pm, ABC); Red Band Society (9pm, FOX); Nashville (10pm, ABC)

Thursday: Grey's Anatomy (8pm, ABC); The Biggest Loser (8pm, NBC); Scandal (9pm, ABC); White Collar (9pm, USA); The McCarthys (9:30pm, CBS); How to Get Away with Murder (10pm, ABC)

Friday: America's Next Top Model (9pm, CW)

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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