Must-See LGBTQ TV: Ellen's 'Relatable' drops on Netflix, new season of 'Marvel's Runaways' on Hulu, and the 'Schitt's Creek' Christmas special

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This Tuesday, Ellen DeGeneres’ first stand up special in fifteen years will drop on Netflix. The comedian and talk show host comes back to the stage to talk about if she is still relatable to fans, as well as her series Ellen being cancelled after she came out as a lesbian. Relatable: Tuesday on Netflix.

The next season of Marvel’s Runaways will be released on Hulu in its entirety this Friday. The second season will continue to follow the teenage superheroes on the run being pursued by their parents, and further develop the story of the burgeoning relationship between lesbian hero Karolina Dean and bi hero Nico Minoru. Runaways: Friday on Hulu.

On Wednesday the Christmas special for Pop TV’s Schitt’s Creek airs. The show follows the formerly wealthy Rose family as they adapt to live in a rural town. Dan Levy, the gay co-creator plays David, a pansexual entrepreneur who recently found love with his business partner Patrick. The special will take a look at the Rose family back when they were more wealthy. Schitt’s Creek: Wednesday, 10pm on Pop TV.

Sunday, December 9: God Friended Me (8:30pm, CBS); Counterpart (9pm, Starz); Sally4Ever (10:30pm, HBO)

Tuesday: Relatable (Netflix)

Wednesday: Schitt's Creek (9pm, Pop TV)

Thursday: Timeless (8pm, NBC); Murphy Brown (9:30pm, CBS)

Friday: Marvel’s Runaways (Hulu); Dynasty (8pm, The CW); Midnight, Texas (8pm, NBC); RuPaul’s Drag Race: All Stars (8pm, VH1); Van Helsing (10pm, Syfy)