Must-See LGBTQ TV: 'The Witcher: Blood Origin' premieres tonight and 'Chicago Party Aunt' season two drops Friday!

Grab the remote, set your DVR, or queue up your streaming service of choice! GLAAD is bringing you the LGBTQ highlights on TV this week. Check back every Sunday for up-to-date coverage in LGBTQ-inclusive programming on TV.

Netflix’s The Witcher: Blood Origin premieres tonight! Set more than a thousand years before the world of The Witcher series, Blood Origin depicts the creation of the first prototype Witcher, as well as the events leading up to the “Conjunction of the Spheres”, the pivotal event merging the worlds of monsters, humans, and elves. The four-part fantasy prequel series features out It’s A Sin star Nathaniel Curtis as Brían, described as a merchant leader who is bound to a male lover. The Witcher: Blood Origin, Sunday on Netflix. 

This Friday, the second season of Chicago Party Aunt drops on Netflix! The animated sitcom follows out actor Rory O’Malley as Daniel, a soul-searching gay teen who takes a gap year to live with his Aunt Diane, an idolized troublemaker with a talent for avoiding adulthood. In season two, Diane’s undying love for the Windy City is on full display as she tries sobriety, dating, and going into the lotion-making business. Chicago Party Aunt also stars gay icon RuPaul Charles as Gideon, the gay manager at Chi City Sports Cuts and Clips who renames the salon as Borough. Chicago Party Aunt, Friday on Netflix. 

Sunday, December 25: The Witcher: Blood Origin (Netflix); Step Up (10pm, Starz); The Equalizer (8:30pm, CBS)

Monday: His Dark Materials (9pm, HBO)

Tuesday: Young Royals (Netflix); Welcome to Chippendales (Hulu)

Wednesday: Abbott Elementary (9pm, ABC or Hulu); Chicago Fire (9pm, NBC); Emily in Paris (Netflix)

Thursday: Gossip Girl (HBO Max); Sort Of (HBO Max); Station 19 (8pm, ABC); Ghosts (8:30pm, CBS); Grey’s Anatomy (9pm, ABC); Call Me Kat (9:30pm, Fox or Hulu); Doom Patrol (HBO Max) 

Friday: Chicago Party Aunt (Netflix); Canada’s Drag Race: Canada vs. The World (9pm, WOW Presents Plus); Mythic Quest (Apple TV+); The L Word: Generation Q (Showtime); We’re Here (10pm, HBO)