Must-See LGBTQ TV: 'Marvel Rising: Secret Warriors,' 'Versailles' final season, return of 'Will & Grace,' 'Superstore,' plus Alyssa Edwards' 'Dancing Queen'

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.

Tonight, Disney Channel and Disney XD will air Marvel Rising: Secret Warriors, a movie about a group of teen superheroes from the Marvel canon who join up to form the Secret Warriors. The team consists of Ms. Marvel, Squirrel Girl, Quake, Patriot, and America Chavez, Marvel comics' first Latina lesbian superhero. It’s exciting to see America hit the small screen, and we hope she is represented in all her identities, and this can serve as an introduction of America and further queer characters to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Marvel Rising: Secret Warriors: Sunday, 10pm on Disney Channel and Disney XD.

On Thursday, the NBC workplace comedy Superstore returns for a fourth season. Nominated for a GLAAD Media Award last year, the show follows a group of individuals working at the fictional superstore, Cloud Nine. This includes Mateo, a gay undocumented Filipino man played by out actor Nico Santos. In the season four opener, Amy and Jonah return from suspension, and steel themselves for a barrage of jokes and snide comments about their sex video. Jeff, meanwhile, goes to extreme lengths to win back Mateo. Superstore: Thursday, 8pm on NBC.

Will & Grace returns on Thursday night. In the second season since its revival, the show features the same beloved gay characters, the titular Will and scene-stealer Jack, played by out actor Sean Hayes. In the season premiere, Jack wants to look younger before meeting Estefan's family on Skype but makes a terrible first impression after overdoing the numbing cream before his facial procedure. Meanwhile, Will helps Karen protect the intellectual property rights of her most prized possession. Will & Grace: Thursday, 9pm on NBC.

This Friday on Netflix the docuseries Dancing Queen will be released in full. Following Drag Race season five and All Stars 2 fan favorite Alyssa Edwards (Justin Dwayne Lee Johnson), the show looks into her fame with drag as well as the dance studio she runs in Texas. Showing Alyssa and Justin depending on the scenario, the show takes a look at not just a celebrity, but someone who fosters a specific community. Dancing Queen: Friday on Netflix.

On Saturday, the third and final season of Versailles premieres on Ovation. The series follows the intrigue, sex, backstabbing, art, culture, and politics of the court of Louis XIV. This season will see further developments in the relationship between Philippe, who is the Duke of Orleans and the King's brother, and Philippe's lover, Chevalier. Catch up on the first two seasons on Netflix now. Versailles: Saturday, 10pm on Ovation.

Sunday, September 30: Fear the Walking Dead (8pm, AMC); The Deuce (9pm, HBO); Shameless (9pm, Showtime); The Last Ship (9pm, TNT) Marvel Rising: Secret Warriors (10pm, Disney)

Monday: 9-1-1 (9pm, Fox); Bull (10pm, CBS)

Tuesday: This Is Us (9pm, NBC); NCIS: New Orleans (10pm, CBS)

Wednesday: Burden of Truth (8pm, The CW); Empire (8pm, Fox); American Housewife (8:30pm, ABC); Modern Family (9pm, ABC); Star (9pm, Fox); American Horror Story: Apocalypse (10pm, FX)

Thursday: Grey’s Anatomy (8pm, ABC); Superstore (8pm, ABC); Station 19 (9pm, ABC); Will & Grace (9pm, NBC); How to Get Away with Murder (10pm, ABC); S.W.A.T. (10pm, CBS)

Friday: Dancing Queen (Netflix); The Cool Kids (8:30pm, Fox); Van Helsing (10pm, Syfy)

Saturday: Versailles (10pm, Ovation)