Must-See LGBTQ TV: Don't miss Laverne Cox's new series 'Doubt' and the 59th Grammys

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The 59th annual Grammys air live from Los Angeles with host James Corden on Sunday. Check out the full list of LGBTQ nominees including Sia, Brandy Clark, Tig Notaro and more here. Laverne Cox, Halsey, and Pentatonix will all be among the presenters while Lady Gaga will perform. There is also a special tribute planned for the late pop star George Michael. 59th Annual Grammy Awards: Sunday, 5pm/8pm on CBS.

The legal drama Doubt, starring Laverne Cox, premieres Wednesday. The series follows the lawyers of a boutique firm, and the events that unfold when one of the attorneys begins to fall for a client who might be guilty of murder. Cox plays Cameron Wirth, an Ivy League graduate who is determined to fight for her clients as she has experienced injustice herself. Doubt: Wednesday, 10pm on CBS.

Sunday, February 12: 59th Annual Grammys (8pm, CBS); Black Sails (9pm, Starz)

Monday: Shadowhunters (8pm, Freeform); Supergirl (8pm, The CW); Jane the Virgin (8pm, The CW)

Tuesday: The Fosters (8pm, Freeform); This is Us (9pm, NBC); The Real O’Neals (9:30pm, ABC)

Wednesday: Arrow (8pm, The CW); Star (9pm, FOX); Modern Family (9pm, ABC); The Magicians (9pm, Syfy); Doubt (10pm, CBS)

Thursday: Grey’s Anatomy (8pm, ABC); Scandal (9pm, ABC); Nashville (9pm, CMT); Riverdale (9pm, The CW); How to Get Away with Murder (10pm, ABC)