Must-See LGBTQ TV: New Hannah Gadsby comedy special, and the release of 'Legendary' on HBO Max

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Out comedian Hannah Gadsby’s newest special Douglas will be released on Netlfix. Douglas, named for Gadsby’s dog, is a grand tour of guffaw that takes you from the dog park to the High Renaissance and back into an unnamed box. With one of comedy’s most sparkling and surprising minds as your guide of honor, you can expect your expectations to be set and then met in the most unexpected ways. Hannah Gadsby: Douglas: Tuesday on Netflix.

New streaming service HBO Max debuts on Wednesday. Included in the shows releasing with the launch is Legendary, a new vogueing competition series. Pulling directly from the underground ballroom community, voguing teams (aka "houses") must compete in unbelievable balls and showcase sickening fashion in order to achieve "legendary" status. Legendary: Wednesday on HBO Max.  

Sunday, May 24: Hightown (8pm, Starz); Killing Eve (9pm, BBC America and AMC); Billions (9pm, Showtime); Vida (9pm, Starz)

Monday: The Baker and the Beauty (10pm, ABC)

Tuesday: Hannah Gadsby: Douglas (Netflix); DC’s Legends of Tomorrow (9pm, The CW)

Wednesday: Legendary (HBO Max); Mrs. America (Hulu); The 100 (8pm, The CW); What We Do in the Shadows (10pm, FX)

Thursday: Council of Dads (8pm, NBC); Burden of Truth (8pm, The CW); In the Dark (9pm, The CW); We’re Here (9pm, HBO); Top Chef (10pm Bravo); Siren (10pm, Freeform)

Friday: RuPaul’s Drag Race (8pm, VH1); Betty (11pm, HBO)