Must-See LGBTQ TV: Catch the season two finale of 'Andi Mack' and the return of 'Fear the Walking Dead'

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, Fear the Walking Dead is back for the second half of season four. The prequel of popular AMC series The Walking Dead, the show features out character Victor Strand as one of the survivors of the undead plague. In this season, Strand and fellow survivors have found a new place to live, a mansion where they are slightly isolated from the others. In the premiere, Morgan tries to help Alicia and this fractured group of survivors as a storm brews. Fear the Walking Dead: Sunday, 8pm on AMC.

The season two finale of GLAAD Media Award-recipient Andi Mack airs on Monday. The popular Disney Channel show focuses on the titular Andi and her close friends, which include 13-year-old Cyrus, who came out as gay at the beginning of the season. Cyrus’ coming out story was one treated with respect for the character, and gave Disney Channel its first out series regular. Though season two ends Friday, the show has already been renewed for a third season. Andi Mack: Friday, 8pm on Disney Channel.

Sunday, August 12: Fear the Walking Dead (8pm, AMC); Claws (9pm, TNT)

Monday: Andi Mack (8pm, Disney)

Tuesday: Animal Kingdom (9pm, TNT); Making It (10pm, NBC); Hit the Floor (10pm, BET); Younger (10pm, TVLand)

Wednesday: Harlots (Hulu); Burden of Truth (8pm, The CW); Queen Sugar (10pm, OWN); The Sinner (10m, USA)

Thursday: American Woman (10pm, Paramount)

Friday: Wynonna Earp (9pm, Syfy); Killjoys (10pm, Syfy)