Must-See LGBTQ TV: 'Euphoria' premiere, MTV Movie and TV Awards, return of 'Good Trouble', and more!

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.

HBO’s Euphoria premieres tonight. The show stars Zendaya as Rue, a teenage girl who experiences, along with her high school classmates, the ups and downs of love and friendship in a world of drugs, sex, violence and social networks. Hunter Schafer also stars as Rue’s best friend Jules, who is transgender and an integral part of the show. Euphoria: Sunday, 10pm on HBO.

The 2019 MTV Movie and TV Awards will take place on Monday night. LGBTQ-inclusive nominees include Schitt’s Creek; Riverdale; The Haunting of Hill House; Eric and Adam’s kiss on Sex Education; McQueen; and more. Amandla Stenberg, Lady Gaga, Dan Levy, Mj Rodriguez and Hannah Gadsby are some of the LGBTQ people nominated as well. 2019 MTV Movie and TV Awards: Monday, 9pm on MTV.

The second season of The Fosters spinoff Good Trouble premieres Tuesday. The show boasts several LGBTQ characters in the ensemble, including bi character Gael, lesbian character Alice, and and trans character Jazmin. In the season two premiere, Alice attempts to win Joey back, the outcome of the Jamal Thompson case is decided, and Callie is forced to decide what she's willing to fight for. Good Trouble: Tuesday, 8pm on Freeform.

Documentary The Lavender Scare will air Tuesday night on PBS.The documentary follows the mass firings of queer people in the 1950s, and how they had an unintended effect: they stirred outrage in the gay community, helped ignite the gay rights movement, and thrust an unlikely hero into the forefront of the LGBTQ fight for equality. Voices included in the film are Cynthia Nixon, Zachary Quinto, T.R. Knight, and David Hyde Pierce. The Lavender Scare: Tuesday, 9pm on PBS.

The HBO documentary Wig will air on Wednesday. The film demonstrates the history of the drag festival Wigfest, with origins dating back to 1984, and how legendary drag queen Lady Bunny brought the festival back last year. The documentary features Neil Patrick Harris, along with famous drag queens Lady Bunny, Alaska, and Naomi Smalls. Wig: Tuesday, 10pm on HBO.

Hulu series The Bravest Knight begins this Friday on Hulu. The children's animated series follows Sir Cedric (voiced by out actor T.R. Knight) and Prince Andrew (out actor Wilson Cruz) who are reasing their daughter Nia together, telling stories of their past and training Nia to be a knight herself. The Bravest Knight: Friday on Hulu. 

The final episodes of GLAAD Media Award-winning Disney Channel show Andi Mack begin airing on Friday and run through end of July. The show is notable for the character of Cyrus, the first person to come out as gay on a Disney Channel show. In the episodes airing on Friday, Andi and friends take a stand against a wasteful clothing company, and Cyrus is disappointed by T.J.'s new friendship. Andi Mack: Friday, 8pm on Disney Channel.

Sunday, June 16: Burden of Truth (8pm, The CW); The Good Fight (9pm, CBS); Fear the Walking Dead (9pm, AMC); Vida (9pm, Starz); Claws (9pm, TNT); NOS4A2 (10pm, AMC); Euphoria (10pm, HBO); American Princess (10pm, Lifetime)

Monday: 2019 MTV Movie and TV Awards (9pm, MTV)

Tuesday: Good Trouble (8pm, Freeform); The 100 (9pm, The CW); The Lavendar Scare (9pm, PBS); Animal Kingdom (9pm, TNT); Pose (10pm, FX); Wig (10pm, HBO)

Wednesday: The Handmaid’s Tale (Hulu); The Amazing Race (8pm, CBS); grown-ish (8pm, Freeform); Younger (10pm, TV Land)

Thursday: In The Dark (9pm, The CW)

Friday: The Bravest Knight (Hulu); Andi Mack (8pm, Disney); Los Espookys (11pm, HBO)