Must See LGBTQ TV: 'Degrassi: Next Class' season premiere; new episodes of 'Doubt' and 'Wynonna Earp'

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Season four of Netlfix's Degrassi: Next Class comes out this Friday. The newest season of the continuation of the popular Degrassi series will follow the students at Degrassi Community School as they prepare for graduation, deal with romantic relationships, and look toward the future. The series features many LGBTQ characters in its ensemble, and season four will highlight a genderqueer character, as well as focusing on the Muslim population of the school. Degrassi: Next Class: Friday, on Netflix.

Season two of Syfy's GLAAD Media Award-nominated show Wynonna Earp hits its halfway point this Friday. In this week's episode, "Let's Pretend We're Strangers," the battle for Waverly's (Dominique Provost-Chalkley) soul continues. Last season Waverly started dating police officer Nicole Haught (Katherine Barrell), and their relationship is a focus of season two as well, even with the demonic possession. Wynonna Earp: Friday, 10pm on SyFy.

On Saturday night, CBS is airing a double header of Doubt episodes. The first episode "Clean Burn" features Cameron (Laverne Cox) being asked out on a date by a former classmate and in the second episode "Not a Word," her client is a woman who has been given a cease and desist order for publicly shaming a rapist. Doubt: Saturday, 8pm on CBS.

Sunday, July 2nd: Fear the Walking Dead (9pm, AMC)

Wednesday: I Am Jazz (7pm, TLC); Kingdom (8pm, Audience Network); Queen Sugar (10pm, OWN); Younger (10pm, TVLand)

Thursday: Hollywood Game Night (8pm, NBC); Nashville (9pm, CMT); The Night Shift (10pm, NBC)

Friday: Degrassi: Next Class (Netflix) Killjoys (8pm, Syfy); Wynonna Earp (10pm, Syfy)

Saturday: Doubt (8pm, CBS); Orphan Black (10pm, BBC America)