Must-See LGBTQ TV: Debut of 'A Little Late with Lilly Singh;' 'American Horror Story: 1984;' and Adam Rippon plays for GLAAD on 'Celebrity Family Feud'

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 night’s episode of Celebrity Family Feud, out Olympian Adam Rippon and his family will compete against former football player Terry Bradshaw and his family. Both are playing for charitable organizations and Rippon has chosen GLAAD to receive his winnings. Celebrity Family Feud: Sunday, 8pm on ABC.

NBC’s newest Late night show A Little Late with Lilly Singh premieres Monday night. NBC will also air a primetime special on Wednesday night to debut the show. Originally rising to fame for her comedic YouTube videos under the name “Superwoman,” the Indian-Canadian and out bisexual host will be bringing a much necessary update to the late-night format. A Little Late with Lilly Singh: Monday, 1:35am and Wednesday, 10pm on NBC.

The ninth season of Ryan Murphy’s American Horror Story premieres on Wednesday. The new season, 1984, is set in a summer camp in the 80s in the style of that decade’s slasher movies. LGBTQ stars of the news season include Angelica Ross, Cody Fern and Gus Kenworthy. American Horror Story: 1984: Wednesday, 10pm on FX.

Sunday, September 15: Celebrity Family Feud (8pm, ABC); Fear the Walking Dead (9pm, AMC); The Affair (9pm, Showtime); Preacher (10pm, AMC)

Monday: The Deuce (9pm, HBO); A Little Late with Lilly Singh (1:35am, NBC)

Tuesday: Pandora (8p, The CW); Greenleaf (10pm, OWN)

Wednesday: A Little Late with Lilly Singh: Primetime Special (10pm, NBC); American Horror Story: 1984 (10pm, FX); David Makes Man (10pm, OWN)

Thursday: Why Women Kill (CBS All Access); This Close (9pm, Sundance)

Friday: This Close (9pm, Sundance)