Must-See LGBTQ: Be sure to catch the Golden Globes, 'The Chi' and 'The Fosters' premieres, and more!

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

On Sunday, NBC will air the 75th Annual Golden Globe Awards, where the Hollywood Foreign Press Association honors the best of film and and television. Included in this year’s nominations are coming of age romance Call Me By Your Name, as well as The Shape of Water and Lady Bird, which both feature LGBTQ characters, and LGBTQ inclusive series such as Will & Grace, Master of None and The Handmaid’s Tale on the television side. For all full list of LGBTQ-inclusive nominees, click here. The ceremony will take place at the Beverly Hilton and will be hosted by Seth Meyers. The 75th Annual Golden Globe Awards: Sunday, 8pm ET/5pm ET on NBC.

Sunday night is also the premiere of the long anticipated drama The Chi on Showtime. From out producer, writer, and actress Lena Waithe comes a story of a group of individuals on the South Side of Chicago whose lives become intertwined by coincidence and circumstance. The show aims to show a different side of black youth than often seen in the media. “I wanted to humanize them and show that their lives are valid,” said Waithe of the show and the characters. The Chi: Sunday, 10pm on Showtime.

CBS All Access’ Star Trek: Discovery returns for its winter premiere this Sunday on the streaming service. Discovery is known for being the first television series in the franchise to feature an LGBTQ couple as part of the ship’s crew, portrayed by out actors, Anthony Rapp and Wilson Cruz. In the midseason premiere, the U.S.S. Discovery crew is forced to get creative in their next efforts to survive opposing and unprecedented forces and return home. Star Trek: Discovery: Sunday, on CBS All Access.

Tuesday’s episode of Marvel’s Runaways will be the season one finale of Hulu’s teen superhero show. Over the course of the series, we’ve been introduced to the core ensemble including lesbian character Karolina, who harbors feelings for friend and fellow Runaway Nico, as they band into a team and discover the truth about their parents and the ominous organization PRIDE. In the finale, the Runaways face off with their parents, but they realize they are in over their heads when Jonah unexpectedly arrives with a new game plan. Marvel’s Runaways: Tuesday on Hulu.

The second half of the fifth and final season of The Fosters premieres this Tuesday on Freeform. The show is known for having many LGBTQ characters in the ensemble, including the titular family having two lesbian moms and a gay son. In this week’s episode “Sanctuary,” Ximena and Callie seek sanctuary from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement in a church; the Adams Fosters offer support to the Sinfuego family as they struggle with their immigration status. The Fosters: Tuesday, at 8pm on Freeform

Sunday, January 7th: 75th Annual Golden Globe Awards (8pm ET/5pm PT, NBC); Madam Secretary (10pm, CBS); Shameless (9pm, Showtime); The Chi (10pm, Showtime); Star Trek: Discovery (CBS All Access)

Tuesday: Marvel’s Runaways (Hulu); Ellen’s Game of Games (8pm, NBC); The Fosters (8pm, Freeform); Fresh Off the Boat (8:30pm, ABC); Bull (9pm, CBS); LA to Vegas (9pm, FOX); I Am Jazz (10pm, TLC)

Wednesday: grown-ish (8pm, Freeform); Modern Family (9pm, ABC); The Magicians (9pm, SyFy); American Housewife (9:30pm, ABC)

Thursday: The 23rd Annual Critics Choice Awards (8pm, The CW); Superstore (8pm, NBC); Will & Grace (9pm, NBC); Nashville (9pm, CMT)

Friday: Crazy Ex-Girlfriend (8pm, The CW)