Must-See LGBTQ TV: The 71st Annual Emmy Awards; premieres of 'The Politician,' 'Stumptown;' 'Transparent' Finale, and more!

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The 71st Annual Primetime Emmy Awards air tonight on NBC. This year boasted several LGBTQ and inclusive nominations include nominations for Pose, Killing Eve, The Handmaid’s Tale, Schitt’s Creek, Russian Doll, This is Us, and more inclusive television. Billy Porter, Ben Wishaw, Kate McKinnon and Fiona Shaw are among the LGBTQ nominees this year. The 71st Annual Primetime Emmy Awards: Sunday, 8pm ET/5pm PT on Fox.

ABC’s new drama Stumptown premieres this Wednesday night. Based on the graphic novel of the same name, the show is one of the few with a bisexual+ lead. Dex Parios is a strong, assertive and sharp-witted Army veteran with a complicated love life, gambling debt and a brother to take care of. With only herself to rely on, she solves other people's messes with a blind eye toward her own, finding herself at odds with the police and in the firing line of criminals. Stumptown: Wednesday, 10pm on ABC.

The newest season of Superstore premieres on Thursday evening. The fourth season ended on the cliffhanger of out gay character Mateo being taken away by ICE for his undocumented status. In the fifth season premiere, Amy tries to help her employees cope with Mateo's ICE detention and with the introduction of a new robot co-worker that makes them fear they could be replaced. Superstore: Thursday, 8pm on NBC.

The sixteenth season if Grey’s Anatomy preimeres Thursday night. The show continues to have multiple LGBTQ people and storylines. In the Season 16 premiere, Bailey fires Meredith, Richard and Alex from Grey Sloan for insurance fraud; and, after disappearing in the fog, Jackson helps a man in a dangerous situation, as his relationship with Maggie comes to a new crossroad. Meanwhile, Tom gets new responsibilities at the hospital that throw the doctors for a loop. Grey’s Anatomy: Thursday, 8pm on ABC.

The first episode of the sixth and final season of How to Get Away with Murder airs this Thursday night.  In the premiere, Annalise struggles with the personal toll that Laurel and Christopher's disappearance has taken on everyone. Meanwhile, the remaining Keating 4, Oliver, Frank and Bonnie disagree on the possible reasons behind Laurel's disappearance. Tegan handles the aftermath of Emmett's apparent poisoning, and Gabriel wants to take his budding relationship with Michaela to the next level. How to Get Away with Murder: Thursday, 10pm on ABC.

Ryan Murphy’s new series The Politician will release its first season on Netflix this Friday. The show follows Payton Hobart, played by out actor Ben Platt, as he runs a fraught campaign for student body president. The show also stars Gwyneth Paltrow, Jessica Lange, and out trans actor Theo Germaine. The Politician: Friday, on Netflix.

The musical finale of GLAAD Media-Award winning series Transparent will be released Friday on Amazon. With music by creator Jilly Soloway’s sister Faith, the culmination of the series shows the Pfefferman family mourning the death of Maura. Transgender actresses Alexandra Billings and Trace Lysette return for the finale as well. Transparent: Friday, on Amazon.

Sunday, September 22: The 71st Annual Primetime Emmy Awards (8pm ET/5pm PT, Fox); Fear the Walking Dead (9pm, AMC); The Affair (9pm, Showtime); Preacher (10pm, AMC)

Monday: 9-1-1 (8pm, Fox); The Deuce (9pm, HBO);

Tuesday: The Conners (8pm, ABC); Pandora (8pm, The CW); This Is Us (9pm, NBC); Empire (9pm, Fox); NCIS: New Orleans (10pm, CBS); New Amsterdam (10pm, NBC); Greenleaf (10pm, OWN)

Wednesday: Modern Family (9pm, ABC); Chicago Fire (9pm, NBC); Single Parents (9:30pm, ABC); Stumptown (10pm, ABC); American Horror Story: 1984 (10pm, FX); David Makes Man (10pm, OWN)

Thursday: Why Women Kill (CBS All Access); Grey’s Anatomy (8pm, ABC); Superstore (8pm, NBC); A Million Little Things (9pm, ABC); The Good Place (9pm, NBC); Carol’s Second Act (9:30pm, CBS); Sunnyside (9:30pm, NBC); How to Get Away with Murder (10pm, ABC)

Friday: The Politician (Netflix); Transparent (Netflix); American Housewife (8pm, ABC); Van Helsing (10pm, Syfy)