Must-See LGBTQ TV: 'Killing Eve' season finale and documentary 'Ask Dr. Ruth'

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.

The season two finale of critically-acclaimed spy drama Killing Eve airs Sunday on BBC America and AMC. The season continues to follow the relationship between MI-6 operated Eve and queer assassin Villanelle. In the finale, Eve's mission is disastrously compromised and Carolyn leaves Eve's future in her own hands. Killing Eve: Sunday, 8pm on BBC America and AMC.

On Saturday, Hulu will release Ask Dr. Ruth, the documentary surrounding the work and activism of Dr. Ruth Westhemier, who was a supporter of the LGBTQ community throughout her long career. The documentarian talks to her on the eve of her 90th birthday, and explores how she stood up for patients during the height of the HIV and AIDS epidemic. Ask Dr. Ruth: Saturday on Hulu.

Sunday, May 26: Killing Eve (8pm, AMC and BBC America); Billions (9pm, Showtime); Vida (9pm, Starz);  Good Girls (10pm, NBC); The Chi (10pm, Showtime)

Monday: Gentleman Jack (10pm, HBO)

Tuesday: The Bold Type (8pm, Freeform); The 100 (9pm, The CW); Animal Kingdom (9pm, TNT)

Wednesday: The Amazing Race (8pm, CBS); Jane the Virgin (9pm, The CW)

Thursday: In the Dark (9pm, The CW); Project Runway (9pm, Bravo); RuPaul’s Drag Race (9pm, VH1);

Friday: When They See Us (Netflix)

Saturday: Ask Dr. Ruth (Hulu)