List of horror television series with LGBT characters

Summary

This is a list of horror television series (including web television and miniseries), which feature lesbian, gay, bisexual, queer and transgender characters. Non-binary, pansexual, asexual, intersexual, demisexual, graysexual, questioning and bi-curious characters are also included. The characters can be a main character, recurring character or a guest appearance. The orientation can be portrayed on-screen, described in the dialogue or mentioned. Besides the LGBT element, the criteria for inclusion on this list is the series genre or sub-genre being defined or described as: horror, comedy horror, drama-horror, folk horror, body horror, found footage, holiday horror, psychological horror, science fiction horror, slasher, supernatural horror, Gothic horror, natural horror, zombie horror, teen horror, evil and evil creatures, the afterlife, witches, vampires, werewolves, ghouls, ghosts, extraterrestrials, the supernatural, demons, the Devil, gore, torture, vicious animals, monsters, cannibalism, serial killers, paranormal and psychological thrillers, dystopian and apocalyptic worlds, psychopaths, cults, dark magic, Satanism and the macabre.[1][2]

A selection of horror series notable for their diverse LGBTQ+ representation include: American Horror Story (over 60 LGBTQ+ characters across 10 seasons), Buffy the Vampire Slayer (featured the first lesbian sex scene on broadcast TV), Supernatural (the longest-running genre show in the history of American broadcast television), Teen Wolf (garnered attention from LGBTQ media for the attention it paid to the queer male gaze), True Blood (gained notoriety for its portrayal of vampires as the presumed stand-in for the LGBTQ community) and The Walking Dead (brought the horror genre into the television mainstream).[3][4][5]

ListEdit

Show Network Character Actor Notes Year
The Alfred Hitchcock Hour NBC Nurse Betty Ames T. C. Jones Nurse Ames is a transvestite serial killer who preys specifically on nurses, in episode "An Unlocked Window". Broadcast in 1965.[6][7] 1962–1965
American Horror Story: Murder House
(Season one)
FX Chad Warwick Zachary Quinto Chad and his partner Patrick are the former owners of the haunted house around which the first season centers.[8] 2011
Patrick Teddy Sears
Peggy Kathleen Rose Perkins Peggy is a lesbian and a friend of Chad.[9]
Elizabeth Short Mena Suvari Elizabeth is bisexual, and dreaming of becoming a famous actress in Hollywood.[10]
Moira O’Hara Frances Conroy
(old Moira)
Moira is bisexual and the housekeeper of Murder House. She has been there for the stay of many families. She was shot in the eye and killed in 1983, but that doesn't stop her from working there through 2011.[11]
Alexandra Breckenridge
(young Moira)
American Horror Story: Asylum
(Season two)
FX Lana Winters Sarah Paulson Lana is a lesbian reporter seeking to break a story in Briarcliff Asylum. She winds up being an inmate herself where she is subjected to gay conversion therapy.[12] 2012
Marion Joan Severance Marion is a lesbian, and Lana's girlfriend. She appears to be a famous opera singer.[13]
Wendy Peyser Clea DuVall Wendy is a lesbian, and Lana's lover. She is a grade school teacher who is manipulated into having Lana committed to the asylum. She is eventually brutally murdered.[14]
American Horror Story: Coven
(Season three)
FX Quentin Fleming Leslie Jordan Quentin is a gay Witches' Council member.[15] 2013
American Horror Story: Freak Show
(Season four)
FX Lucy Creb Shauna Rappold Lucy is bisexual. After having an affair with Alice, her husband murders her and Alice.[16] 2014
Stanley Denis O'Hare Stanley is a gay con artist who is often seen in the company of male sex workers such as Viking Hustler. Stanley also has a 13 inch penis.[17]
Viking Hustler Michael Murray Viking Hustler is a male sex worker whose most frequent client is Stanley.[18]
Dell Toledo Michael Chiklis Dell is bisexual, and has an affair with Andy, a gay hustler. He is the strongman of the freak show, and married to Desiree.[17]
Andy Matt Bomer Andy is a gay sex worker who was murdered after cruising a gay bar.[19]
Alice Angela Sarafyan Alice is a lesbian, and had an affair with Lucy. She and Lucy are murdered by Lucy's husband.[20]
American Horror Story: Hotel
(Season five)
FX Countess Elizabeth Lady Gaga Countess Elizabeth is a bisexual vampire. She owns the Hotel Cortez, and she's a ghost. She was shot and then beheaded.[21] 2015
Ramona Royale Angela Bassett Ramona is a lesbian and one of Countess Elizabeth's many former lovers. She is a former film star that was turned by the Countess.[22]
Natacha Rambova Alexandra Daddario Natacha is bisexual and had a three-way relationship with the Countess and Rudolph Valentino. Her character is based on the real Natacha Rambova, Valentino's wife.[23]
F.W. Murnau Henrik Rutgersson F.W. Murnau is a gay film director who turned Valentino into a vampire.[24]
Will Drake Cheyenne Jackson Will is bisexual. He comes out to his young son.[19]
Tristan Duffy Finn Wittrock Tristan shares a kiss with Will Drake, and is also commanded by the Countess to sexually arouse Will, so she can have sex with him. Tristan has a sexual relationship with Liz Taylor as well, a trans woman.[24][19][25]
Liz Taylor Denis O'Hare Liz is a trans woman ghost, and works as a bartender and desk manager at the hotel.[26]
Sally McKenna Sarah Paulson Sally is bisexual and a ghost junkie turned blogger. She had a ménage à trois with two musicians, a man and a woman.[27]
Aileen Wuornos Lily Rabe Aileen is a bisexual prostitute and serial killer. She killed seven men in Florida between 1989-90. Character is based on the real life Aileen Wuornos.[28]
Agnetha Helena Mattsson Agnetha and Vendela are Elizabeth's victims that later begin a polyamorous relationship together. They are also involved with a threesome with Mr. Wu and then John.[25][29]
Vendela Kamilla Alves
American Horror Story: Roanoke
(Season six)
FX Cricket Marlowe Leslie Jordan Ashley Gilbert is an actor who is playing Cricket Marlowe, a famous medium who finds missing children. Cricket flirts with a young Uber driver, asking him, "Tell me, young man, have you ever heard the term, 'gay for pay'?"[30][31] 2016
Ashley Gilbert
Edward Philippe Mott Evan Peters Edward is gay, and a wealthy aristocratic nobleman. He left his wife for his lover Guinness.[32][33]
Guinness Henderson Wade Guinness has a gay biracial relationship with Edward Philippe Mott, a wealthy 18th century eccentric.[33]
Trixie Mattel Trixie Mattel In the series finale, Trixie, along with Edward Hansen, portrayed themselves for the faux 'My Roanoke Nightmare' PaleyFest panel. They conducted an interview with the real life Roanoke cast. Trixie is a drag queen and Edward is gay, and together they host a web series on YouTube reviewing episodes of the series. The writers of American Horror Story were fans of their show and wrote in a part for Trixie and Edward for the finale.[34][35][36]
Edward Hansen Edward Hansen
American Horror Story: Cult
(Season seven)
FX Ally Mayfair-Richards Sarah Paulson Ally is a lesbian, and a Michigan mother being driven insane by clowns, following Donald Trump's election.[37] 2017
Ivy Mayfair-Richards Allison Pill Ivy is a lesbian, and Ally's wife.[38]
Winter Anderson Billie Lourd Winter is a lesbian, and was hired to be Ally and Ivy's nanny. She is cult leader Kai's sister. She has an affair with Ivy.[39]
Harrison Wilton Billy Eichner Harrison is gay, and in a relationship with Jack Samuels.[40]
Jack Samuels Colton Haynes Jack is gay and in a relationship with Harrison Wilton, and had a one-night stand with Kai Anderson.[40]
Kai Anderson Evan Peters Kai is the cult leader and had sexual intercourse with both Jack and Harrison.[40]
Bob Thompson Dermot Mulroney Bob is a network news anchor. He was into BDSM, and kept a male gimp hostage in his attic as his sex toy.[41]
Valerie Solanas Lena Dunham Valerie is the lesbian cult leader of SCUM (Society for Cutting Up Men), a murderous radical feminist cult. Character is based on the real life Valerie Solanas, famous for writing the SCUM Manifesto.[42]
Bebe Babbitt Frances Conroy Bebe is a lesbian, and Valerie's former girlfriend. She is also Kai's anger management counselor. She is part of Valerie's SCUM movement. She is eventually shot by Ally.[43]
Martha Shondalia White Martha is bisexual and an activist.[44]
Maurice Ryan Alvarez Maurice and Bruce are a gay couple associated with Valerie Solanas' SCUM cult. Valerie believes that Bruce is partly responsible for submitting, at least a couple, of the Zodiac letters to the newspapers, and after outing him to the cult, they brutally murder him. Maurice flees for his life.[45][46]
Bruce Miguel Sagaz
Andy Warhol Evan Peters Andy Warhol is gay.[47] The storyline involving Warhol is based on the real life attempted murder of Warhol on June 3, 1968, by Valerie Solanas.[45]
Erika Annie Ilonzeh Erika is a lesbian, and Ally's new girlfriend in the finale episode.[48]
American Horror Story: Apocalypse
(Season eight)
FX Mr. Gallant Evan Peters Mr. Gallant is gay, and throughout his life, his grandmother has tried to make him the perfect gay.[49][50] 2018
Andre Stevens Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman Andre and Stu are a gay couple, and two of the survivors in the outpost. Stu gets shot by Mead (Kathy Bates) after she tampered with a Geiger counter to make it appear that he was contaminated. His body is then cooked into a stew, which is served to the unaware Purples.[51][52]
Stu Chad James Buchanan
Michael Langdon Cody Fern Michael is the anti-Christ and makes gay passes at Tate (Evan Peters).[53]
Walter Jason Michael Snow Walter is a gay lawyer with an affinity for pleated khakis. He was a guest at a dinner party where Evie attempted to set up her grandson, Mr. Gallant, with eligible gay bachelors, in episode "The Morning After".[54]
Morris Navaris Darson Morris is gay and owned like 14 dogs. He was a guest at a dinner party where Evie attempted to set up her grandson, Mr. Gallant, with eligible gay bachelors, in episode "The Morning After".[54][55]
Mario Vestri Chris Ferro Mario is gay and a manager at Pottery Barn. He was a guest at a dinner party where Evie attempted to set up her grandson, Mr. Gallant, with eligible gay bachelors, in episode "The Morning After".[54]
Elizabeth Jennifer Jalene Elizabeth and Grace are a lesbian couple. In a flashback, they were shown to be the new owners of Murder House. Not long after moving in, Michael Langdon stabbed them to death, binding their souls to the house. After they turn into ghosts, he then incinerated them, and made them cease to exist. This was later reversed when Mallory went back in time and killed Michael before he met Grace and Elizabeth.[56]
Grace Stacy Highsmith
American Horror Story: 1984
(Season nine)
FX Chet Clancy Gus Kenworthy Chet is bisexual and the jock of the group and a steroid user. During a conversation with Chef Bertie and Chet, she remarks to him, "it's not like I don't know you swing both ways", to which Chet replies, "what can I say, I'm an equal opportunity lover".[57] 2019
Xavier Plympton Cody Fern Xavier worked in gay pornography in hopes of furthering his acting career.[58]
Blake Todd Stashwick Blake is a gay porn producer and Xavier's former employer.[58]
Midge Emma Meisel Midge and Helen are having a threesome with male counselor Eddie before being killed.[59]
Helen Kat Solko
Limahl Misha Crosby Crosby portrays Limahl, the lead singer of the band Kajagoogoo. In the time frame of his appearance in the show, Limahl was still in the closet.[60][61]
American Horror Story: Double Feature
(Season ten)
FX Cal Cambon Nico Greetham Cal and Troy are part of a four-person friend group who were abducted and impregnated by aliens for an experiment conducted in Area 51, which is the central storyline of the second half of the season, subtitled Death Valley.[62] 2021
Troy Lord Isaac Cole Powell
Being Human
(British series)
BBC Three Carl Steve John Shepherd Carl is a gay vampire. He shares a flat with his human boyfriend Dan until he accidentally kills him.[63] 2008–2013
Dan Edward Franklin Dan is gay and is accidentally killed by his vampire boyfriend.[63]
Being Human
(North American series)
Syfy Emily Alison Louder Emily is a lesbian and lead character Josh's (Sam Huntington) sister. She's cool with her brother being a werewolf.[64] 2011–2014
Jackie Rhiannon Moller-Trotter Jackie is a lesbian, and was Emily's girlfriend. They broke up after Jackie broke her arm.[65]
Buffy the Vampire Slayer WB
UPN
Willow Rosenberg Alyson Hannigan Willow is bisexual. While she was in a relationship with Daniel “Oz” Osbourne in seasons three to four, she later enters a relationship with Tara in season 4.[66][67][68] 1997–2003
Tara Maclay Amber Benson Tara is lesbian.[69]
Kennedy Iyari Limon Kennedy is lesbian. Introduced in season 7, she becomes involved with Willow.[70]
Andrew Wells Tom Lenk Andrew was confirmed to be gay by series creator Joss Whedon although it was never directly stated on-screen.[71]
Larry Blaisdell Larry Bagby Larry, Xander's bully from season one, tells Xander he's gay in season two.[72]
Scott Hope Fab Filippo Scott, a character in season three, is revealed to be gay in season seven.[73]
Campamento Albanta Atresplayer Premium Carolina Lucía Martín Abello Carolina is a lesbian. She has a sexual relationship with Bego.[74] 2020
Bego Laura Ledesma Bego is a lesbian. She hooks up with Carolina.[74]
Audrey Javier Ruesga Audrey is genderqueer. They are flamboyant and feminine.[75]
Therapy Girl Laura Corbacho Therapy Girl is a trans woman, in a therapy group.[76]
Castle Rock Hulu Joy Wilkes Elsie Fisher Joy Wilkes is a lesbian. She has a relationship with Chance.[77] 2018-2019
Chance Abby Corrigan Chance is a lesbian, and has a brief romance with Joy Wilkes.[78]
Castlevania Netflix Morana Yasmine Al Massri Morana is a lesbian. She is one of the four Queens of Styria and a member of the Council of Sisters. She is probably thousands of years old. She and Striga have been together for a very long time.[79][80] 2017-
Striga Ivana Miličević Striga is a lesbian. She and Morana have been together for many years.[79][81]
Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Netflix Theo Putnam Lachlan Watson Theo Putnam is a trans boy. He comes out in season two to his father.[82][83] 2018-2020
Zelda Spellman Miranda Otto Zelda Spellman is pansexual. She is a witch who became the High Priestess of the Church of Night.[84]
Mambo Marie LaFleur Skye P. Marshall Mambo Marie LaFleur is a pansexual voodoo witch.[85]
Ambrose Spellman Chance Perdomo Ambrose Spellman is a pansexual warlock, and in a relationship with Luke Chalfant. He is one of Sabrina's partners in crime, always up for mischief.[86][87]
Luke Chalfant Darren Mann Luke is a bisexual warlock and in a sexual relationship with Ambrose. He was also in an orgy with Ambrose, Nick, Prudence, and the witch sisters.[88]
Nicholas Scratch Gavin Leatherwood Nicholas is bisexual. He is included in the orgy scene, and is referred to as an equal opportunity flirt, because of his flirting with both men and women.[88]
Carl Tapper Peter Bundic Carl is a closeted gay and has lust feelings for his friend Billy.[89][88]
Robin Goodfellow Jonathan Whitesell Robin is a queer hobgoblin with green hair. He and Theo are in a relationship in season 3.[90][91]
Crazy Bitches
(web series)
Tubi
Revry
Cassie Cathy DeBuono Cassie is a lesbian. She is an athlete and often rude. This web series is based on the 2014 film of the same name.[92][93] 2019-
Eleni Jessica Graham Eleni is a bisexual meditation and yoga teacher.[93][94]
Pandora Mandahla Rose Pandora is lesbian, and a social media influencer.[93][95]
Rhea Alcott Thomas Guinevere Turner Rhea Alcott Thomas is a lesbian soap opera star who is at the ranch for a breather from her wife.[93][96]
Teddi Cathy DeBuono Teddi is a lesbian. She is a massage and reiki master.[93][97]
Izzy Thomas Nayo Wallace Izzy Thomas is a lesbian. She works for the soap opera that her wife, Rhea Alcott Thomas, stars in.[93][98]
Creeped Out CBBC
Family Channel
Mrs. Tuthill Andrea Grant In episode "Kindlesticks", Esme promises to babysit twins Sissy and Missy while their same-sex parents go out that night.[99] 2017–
Creepshow Shudder Celia Danielle Lyn Celia is a lesbian. She is Lydia Layne's employee and lover.[100][101] 2019-
Lydia Layne Tricia Helfer Lydia Layne is a lesbian. She is a high powered CEO, and Celia's lover.[102][101]
Curon Netflix Daria Raina Margherita Morchio Daria Raina is bisexual. She's inclined to violence and drinking.[103] 2020=
Micki Asper Juju Di Domenico Micki Asper is a lesbian. She has a relationship with Daria.[104]
Damien A&E James Shay David Meunier James Shay is a gay police detective. Patrick might be his lover.[105][106] 2016
Patrick Michael Therriault
Dante's Cove Here TV Kevin Archer Gregory Michael Kevin Archer is gay, and Kevin's partner on the island is Toby Moraitis.[107][108] 2005-2007
Toby Moraitis Charlie David Toby Moraitis is gay. His partner on the island is Kevin Archer. Kavan Reece played Toby in the show's unaired pilot.[107][108][109]
Van Nadine Nicole Heimann Van is a lesbian. She was consumed by the idea of magic, and tried to wipe her girlfriend's memory of magic.[109]
Michelle Jill Bennett Michelle is a lesbian, and Van's girlfriend. She disapproved of magic.[109]
Brit Michelle Wolff Brit is a lesbian. She is a bartender and scuba instructor.[109]
Elena Jenny Shimizu Elena is a lesbian, and an antiquarian who is involved with Brit.[109]
Ambrosius Vallin William Gregory Lee Ambrosius Vallin is bisexual. He was caught by his fiancee, having sex with Raymond the Valet, and she placed a curse on him.[109][110]
Raymond the Valet Dylan Jordan Raymond the Valet is gay. He is caught having sex with Ambrosius Vallin.[109]
Tina Rena Riffel Tina is a lesbian. She was a former girlfriend of Van.[109]
Marco Laveau Gabriel Romero Marco Laveau is gay and owns the local bar. He has a crush on Toby and Kevin.[111][110]
Adam Jon Fleming Adam is gay, and Dante's Cove's resident party boy. He went to high school with Toby.[110][109]
Kai German Santiago Kai is gay. He has a hookup with Marco Laveau, in episode "The Solstice".[112][113]
Diana Childs Thea Gill Diana Childs is a lesbian. She is a witch trying to go back in time and save her family. She was insane and dangerous.[114]
Amber Zara Taylor Amber is a lesbian, and Chrissy's girlfriend.[115]
Chrissy Michaela Mann Chrissy is a lesbian, and Amer's girlfriend. Her only appearance was in the pilot episode.[116]
Daybreak Netflix Wesley Fists Austin Crute Wesley Fists is a black queer self-styled rōnin, in a relationship with Turbo Pokaski.[117][118] 2019
Turbo Pokaski Cody Kearsley Turbo Pokaski is queer, and the unhinged leader of the Jocks, and Wesley Fists' boyfriend.[117][118]
Dead of Summer Freeform Drew Reeves Zelda Williams Drew Reeves is a bisexual trans man.[119][120] 2016
Death Valley MTV Carla Rinaldi Tania Raymonde Carla Rinaldi is a lesbian. She makes out with barmaid Julia, in episode "Zombie Fights". She is a member of the Undead Task Force, which combats vampires, werewolves and zombies that mysteriously descended upon the streets of California's San Fernando Valley.[121] 2011
Julia Stacey LaBerge Julia is bisexual. She is a bartender, and in a relationship with Carla Rinaldi.[121][122]
Devilman Crybaby Netflix Ryo Asuka
(Satan)
Murase Ayumu (Japanese)
Kyle McCarley (English)
Satan is an intersexual queer. They are displayed as an intersex being with breasts and male groin area.[123] 2018
Miki "Miko" Kuroda Ami Koshimizu (Japanese)
Cherami Leigh (English)
Miki "Miko" Kuroda is queer. She is part of the track team.[123]
Moyuru Koda Junya Hirano (Japanese)
Bryce Papenbrook (English)
Moyuru Koda is gay. He is part of the track team. He was in love with one of his teammates and childhood friends, Junichi.[123]
Dominion Syfy Uriel Katrine De Candole Uriel is lesbian.[124] 2014–2015
Arika Shivani Ghai Arika is lesbian.[125]
Daria Florence Kasumba Daria is lesbian.[126]
Dracula NBC Lord Laurent Anthony Howell Lord Laurent is involved in a secret gay love affair with Daniel Davenport.[127] 2013–2014
Daniel Davenport Lewis Rainer Daniel is involved in a secret gay love affair with Lord Laurent, which Dracula finds out about when he visits a secret gay club.[127]
Lucy Westenra Katie McGrath Lucy is a rich lesbian society girl in love with Mina Murray (Jessica De Gouw).[128]
Jayne Wetherby Victoria Smurfit Jayne is bisexual, and had a sexual relationship with Lucy.[129]
The Exorcist FOX Katherine Rance Brianne Howey Kat Rance is lesbian.[130] 2016–2017
Father Marcus Keane Ben Daniels Father Marcus Keane is bisexual. In response to backlash from homophobic fans offended by a gay kiss between characters Father Marcus Keane and Peter Morrow, showrunner Jeremy Slater said this to the homophobes: "Good, fuck you. I'm glad you didn't like it, I'm glad it ruined the show for you. You shouldn't have good things in your life."[131][132][133]
Verity Brianna Hildebrand Verity is a lesbian.[134]
Peter Morrow Christopher Cousins Peter Morrow is gay.[133][131]
Julia Charlotte Thomas Julia is a lesbian.[135]
The Following Fox Paul Torres Adan Canto Paul and Jacob are initially introduced in season 1 as Bill and Willy, gay neighbors of Sarah. This is soon revealed as a ruse, in the belief that Sarah would perceive gay neighbors as non-threatening. Both before and after they broke cover the pair were sexually involved but both characters were killed before the full extent of their relationship was clarified.[136] 2013–2015
Jacob Wells Nico Tortorella
Gina Mendez Valerie Cruz Gina is a lesbian FBI Special Agent.[137]
Jana Murphy Leslie Bibb Jana is Mendez's ex-wife, and a former FBI agent.[137]
Dawn Kristen Bush Dawn is Gina Mendez's new wife.[137]
From Dusk till Dawn El Rey Santanico Pandemonium Eiza González Santanico Pandemonium is bisexual.[138] 2014–2016
Manola Jimenez Gabrielle Walsh Manola Jimenez is lesbian.[139]
Ghost Wars SyFy Marilyn McGrath-Dufresne Kristin Lehman Marilyn McGrath-Dufresne is a lesbian, and married to Valerie "Val" McGrath-Dufresne. She is the town doctor.[140] 2017-2018
Val McGrath-Dufresne Luvia Petersen Val McGrath-Dufresne is a lesbian, and married to Marilyn McGrath-Dufresne. She is the town mayor.[141]
Hannibal NBC Hannibal Lecter Mads Mikkelsen Hannibal Lecter is omnisexual (according to series creator Bryan Fuller)[142] and is in love with Will Graham. 2013–2015
Will Graham Hugh Dancy Will is heterosexual[142] but demonstrates the feelings are mutual, replying to Bedelia's question of whether he reciprocates or not in the last episode of season 3. Since the inception of the show Fuller has repeatedly referred to the series as a love story between the two men; in addition to this he has confirmed that their relationship is one of mutual attraction.[143][144][145][dubious ]
Margot Verger Katharine Isabelle Margot Verger, introduced in season two, is a lesbian.[146]
Alana Bloom Caroline Dhavernas Alana Bloom, who is bisexual, begins a relationship with Margot in season three, and they eventually marry and have a son, Morgan.[147]
Francis Dolarhyde Richard Armitage Even though Francis Dolarhyde dates Reba McClane during the series, on his ledger he claims to be interested in establishing a romantic relationship with Hannibal by writing "I am so eager to please you to be your friend your lover perhaps".[148][unreliable source]
Jimmy Price Scott Thompson Jimmy Price is openly gay, according to Bryan Fuller.[149] Actor Scott Thompson was quoted as saying about his character: "To be honest, I don't think there was sexuality. There was no sexuality to Jimmy, really. If there was, it was people projecting it onto him. But in terms of actually being written into the character, I don't think it's really part of him almost at all. I’ll never play Jimmy gay."[150]
Happy Sugar Life JNN Satō Matsuzaka Hanazawa Kana Satō Matsuzaka is pansexual. Series description: This is a pure love psycho horror story of a girl named Satou Matsuzaka. She commits crimes, steals and kills.[151] 2018
Shio Kōbe Kuno Misaki Shio Kōbe is a lesbian. She lives at Satō's apartment. She is not allowed outside of the apartment.[151]
Satō’s Aunt Inoue Kikuko Satō’s Aunt is pansexual. She is mentally unstable and deeply insane. In the final episode, she is arrested for arson and first degree murder.[151]
The Haunting of Bly Manor Netflix Danielle "Dani" Clayton Victoria Pedretti Dani is lesbian. Dani and Jamie have a romantic relationship.[152][153] 2020–
Jamie Taylor Amelia Eve Jamie is lesbian. Dani and Jamie have a romantic relationship.[152][153]
The Haunting of Hill House Netflix Theodora "Theo" Crain Kate Siegel Theodora Crain and Trish Park are a lesbian couple.[154][155] 2018–
Mckenna Grace
(young Theo)
Trish Park Levy Tran
Stacey Katie Carpenter Stacey is bisexual. She and Theo had sex at a wedding reception.[156]
Hex Arena
Sky One
Thelma Bates Jemima Rooper Thelma is a lesbian, and gave her life to save Cassie, who she had a crush on. When Cassie dies, they finally get together as ghosts.[157] 2004–2005
Maya Robertson Laura Donnelly Maya is a lesbian, and is killed after being hit by a car.[157]
Tom Wright Samuel Collings Tom is secretly gay and in love with Leon.[158]
Hemlock Grove Netflix Brooke Bluebell Lorenza Izzo Brooke is a lesbian. In the pilot episode, Brooke has an affair with her female science teacher Mrs. Banks.[159] 2013–2015
Mrs. Banks Jennifer Gidson Mrs. Banks is a bisexual teacher, and was having an affair with Brooke, a student.[159]
Clementine Chasseur Kandyse McClure Clementine is a lesbian, and a former Marine and US Fish & Wildlife Officer.[159]
Johann Pryce Joel de la Fuente Johann is gay, and tells his sex partner in a gay sex club why he likes having sex in the dark: after his father tortured him for not playing the piano well enough, he would lock him in a dark cupboard, eventually he locked his father in the cupboard.[160][161]
Destiny Rumancek Tiio Horn Destiny is a bisexual psychic, she did not see her own death coming.[159]
High-Rise Invasion Netflix Yuri Honjō Haruka Shiraishi (Japanese)
Suzie Yeung (English)
Yuri Honjō is a lesbian. She was mysteriouly transported into a strange world filled with high-rise buildings where she is chased by killers wearing white masks.[162][163] 2019-
Mayuko Nise Akira Sekine (Japanese)
Stephanie Sheh (English)
Mayuko Nise is a lesbian. She is one of the people transported to the mysterious skyscraper world.[164]
Inhuman Condition KindaTV Michelle Kessler Torri Higginson Dr. Michelle Kessler is bisexual and a therapist. She treats werewolves, zombies, and other creatures with frightening powers that live among us, because they need therapy too.[165] 2016
Rachel Kessler Angela Asher Rachel Kessler is a lesbian, and Michelle Kessler's ex-wife.[165]
Into the Dark: Midnight Kiss Hulu Cameron Augustus Prew In season 2, episode 4, "Midnight Kiss", a holiday horror themed episode that takes place on New Years Eve, a group of gay friends get together at a remote house for the holiday weekend and find themselves being picked off, one by one, by a masked murderer. Cameron is gay. He is dating Joel, but he's slept his way through most of the group.[166][167][168] 2018-
Joel Scott Evans Joel is gay and has a real chip on his shoulder. He's committed to Cameron, but definitely takes him for granted. Joel nearly meets his end by some deviously placed fireworks, but survives the night.[167][168]
Zachary Chester Lockhart Zachary is gay and the group's foppish friend who's super concerned with fashion, status, and keeping up appearances. Zachary is killed by a broken champagne bottle used in a deeply disturbing fashion.[167][168]
Logan Lukas Gage Logan is gay and the meekest member of the group of friends. He has an obsessive crush on Cameron.[167][168]
Dante Adam Faison Dante is gay and an outsider to the group of friends. Cameron spots him at a nightclub and brings him along for the weekend.[167][166]
In the Flesh BBC Three Kieren Walker Luke Newberry Kieren is gay, and a PDS sufferer (Partially Deceased Syndrome) who has come back to life. He committed suicide after his boyfriend Rick died in Afghanistan.[169] 2013–2014
Rick Macy David Walmsley Rick is Kieren's former gay lover, killed in Afghanistan.[169]
Simon Monroe Emmett J Scanlan Simon is gay and in the second season, Simon and Kieren become a couple.[170]
Jade of Death YouTube Jade Bernie Van Tiel Jade is a lesbian. She can hear when and how people are going to die. When she finds her mother murdered, she runs away from home and gets a job at a seedy freak show carnival as the "Fortune-Teller of Death".[171][172][173][174] 2018
Maya Jordan Cowan Maya is a lesbian. She works at the same freak show carnival as Jade, portraying a fairy at the haunted house.[175][176][177]
Jekyll BBC One Miranda Calendar Meera Syal Miranda is a lesbian private investigator.[178] 2007
Min Fenella Woolgar Min is Miranda's partner and is having their baby.[178]
The Lair Here TV Damian Courtenay Peter Stickles Damian Courtenay is a gay vampire, and leader of a vampire coven. He owns The Lair, a gay nightclub.[179] 2007-2009
Thom Etherton David Moretti Thom Etherton is a gay human, and a reporter for a local newspaper. His boyfriend is Jonathan.[180]
Colin Dylan Vox Colin is a gay vampire and Damian's second in command.[180][181]
Frankie Brian Nolan Frankie is a gay human, and The Lair's janitor.[182]
Jonathan Jesse Cutlip Jonathan is a gay human, and Thom's boyfriend.[182]
Ian Matty Ferraro Ian is a young gay werewolf.[180]
Laura Rivers Beverly Lynne Laura Rivers is a lesbian. She is Thom's best friend and co-worker.[183]
Frau Von Hess Sybil Danning Frau Von Hess is a lesbian vampire. She wants revenge on Damian.[184]
The League of Gentlemen BBC Two Barbara Dixon Steve Pemberton
(voice actor)
Paul Hays-Marshall
(portrayed by)
Barbara Dixon is a trans woman, and is the proprietor of Bab's Cabs. She drives a pink taxi. Barbara insists that her customers use gender neutral pronouns, and if they don't comply, they are ejected - often to their death.[185][186] 1999-2002
Legion FX Lenny Busker Aubrey Plaza Lenny Busker at first glance appears to be a lesbian, but in a gender bending twist, she's also a 50 year old straight male, who's a recovering drug addict at a mental institution.[187][188] 2017-
Clark Hamish Linklater Clark is not a "gay character," instead, he's a "character who happens to be gay." He is married to Daniel, and they have a son.[189][190]
Daniel Keir O'Donnell Daniel is gay and married to Clark.[190]
Love, Death & Robots Netflix Jennifer Hayley McLaughlin Jennifer is bisexual. She is paid to seduce and kill Sonnie.[191][192] 2019-
Sonnie Helen Sadler Sonnie is pansexual. She is a beastie fighter.[193][194]
Lovecraft Country HBO Frida Kahlo Camila Canó-Flaviá Frida Kahlo is bisexual, and a Mexican painter. Josephine Baker makes out with Frida Kahlo on a couch.[195] 2020-
Yahima Monique Candelaria Yahima is an intersex two-spirit person. Ze is an indigenous character, originating from a Caribbean Arawak tribe. Ze has the knowledge others will do anything to possess.[196][197]
Josephine Baker Carra Patterson Josephine Baker is bisexual, she makes out with Frida Kahlo on a couch.[195]
Ms. Osberta (Bertie) Carol Sutton Bertie is bisexual. After her husband dies, she and Ethel become a couple.[197]
Montrose Freeman Michael K. Williams Montrose Freeman is queer. His lover is Sammy, the owner of the bar where Montrose often drinks.[198][199]
Sammy Jon Hudson Odom Sammy is gay, and owner of the bar where Montrose Freeman, his lover, frequently drinks.[198][199]
Midnight, Texas NBC Joe Strong Jason Lewis Joe Strong is a tattoo artist, and a gay guardian angel.[200][201] 2017–2018
Chuy Strong Bernardo Saracino Chuy is half-demon and Joe's husband.[200]
Walker Chisum Josh Kelly Walker Chisum is a gay demon hunter.[202]
Monsterland Hulu Kate Feldman Taylor Schilling Kate Feldman is a lesbian, and the wife of Shawn. They met in law school. Kate has dealt with ongoing mental illness issues for their entire relationship, featured in episode "Plainfield, IL".[203][204] 2020
Shawn Greene Roberta Colindrez Shawn Greene is a lesbian, and the wife of Kate Feldman. She is a lawyer, and dedicated to taking care of her wife.[203][204]
Motherland: Fort Salem Freeform Raelle Collar Taylor Hickson Raelle Collar is a lesbian witch. She enlists at Fort Salem, and wants to fight and die for the cause.[205] 2020-
Scylla Ramshorn Amalia Holm Scylla Ramshorn is a bisexual. She is a second-year cadet at Fort Salem whom Raelle falls for.[206]
Nightflyers SyFy Lommie Thorne Maya Eshet Lommie Thorne is gender fluid. She is a cyber technician specialist who prefers to interface with computers more than humans. Lommie has a brief relationship with Melantha Jhirl.[207] 2018
Melantha Jhirl Jodie Turner-Smith Melantha Jhirl is bisexual. She is a genetically enhanced cadet from the Genetic Space Program. Melantha Jhirl has a brief relationship with Lommie.[208]
The Order Netflix Lilith Bathory Devery Jacobs Lilith Bathory is bisexual. She is a student at Belgrave University and a member of the Knights of Saint Christopher.[209] 2019-2020
Nicole Birch Anesha Bailey Nicole Birch is a lesbian. She is a member of The Hermetic Order of the Blue Rose.[210]
The Originals The CW Josh Rosza Steven Krueger Josh is a newly-turned vampire and openly gay.[211] 2013–2018
Aiden Colin Woodell Aiden is gay and a werewolf. In Season 2, he and Josh date.[211]
Tristan de Martel Oliver Ackland Tristan is bisexual.[212]
Eddie Keahu Kahuanui Eddie is Josh's boyfriend in season 4.[213]
Keelin Christina Moses Keelin is bisexual and a werewolf. She is the last of her clan, and becomes gradually involved with Freya.[214]
Freya Mikaelson Riley Voelkel Freya is bisexual and a witch.[215]
Passage (2019 webseries) Tello Films Ali Prader Shannan Leigh Reeve Ali Prader is queer. She's a specialist in a top secret government force that deals with the paranormal. She has the ability to speak with ghosts and other supernatural things.[216][217][218] 2019-
Diana Atwell Mandahla Rose Diana Atwell is a lesbian. She is a tech-specialist with the top secret government force.[217][216][218]
Kate Prader Nicole Pacent Kate Prader is a lesbian. She is Ali's dead wife, whom she can still see.[217][216][218]
Penny Dreadful Showtime Dorian Gray Reeve Carney Dorian Gray is bisexual.[219] 2014–2016
Ethan Chandler Josh Hartnett Ethan Chandler is a bisexual werewolf.[219][220]
Ferdinand Lyle Simon Russell Beale Ferdinand Lyle is gay.[219]
Angelique Jonny Beauchamp Angelique is transgender.[219]
Brona Croft Billie Piper Brona Croft is bisexual.[221]
Justine Jessica Barden Justine is bisexual.[219]
Preacher AMC Proinsias Cassidy Joseph Gilgun Proinsias Cassidy is bisexual.[222] 2016–2019
Eccarius Adam Croasdell Eccarius is bisexual.[223]
The Purge USA Jenna Betancourt Hannah Anderson Jenna is married to Rick, they were in a polyamorous relationship with Lila. Jenna and Lila reconnect at a pro-Purge party. Rick and Jenna eventually leave the party after being warned the party is about to be broken up. Lila follows them home whilst being chased by a killer. Rick and Jenna let her in, and Lila tries to kill Rick so she and Jenna can be together - Jenna kills her to save Rick.[224][225] 2018–
Lila Stanton Lili Simmons
Rick Betancourt Colin Woodell
Ratched Netflix Mildred Ratched Sarah Paulson Mildred is bisexual, and a nurse at fictional Lucia State Hospital psychiatric asylum. She has sexual relations with a private detective staying at her motel. Then after meeting Gwedolyn Briggs, they start dating in secret.[226][227][228] 2020–
Gwendolyn Briggs Cynthia Nixon Gwedolyn is a lesbian, and personal assistant to the Governor. She becomes interested in Mildred and takes her to a lesbian bar. They later start dating.[226]
Ingrid Harriet Sansom Harris Ingrid is staying at the hospital for depression. She undergoes a lobotomy which has the unintended side-effect of bringing out lesbian desires. They then use hydrotherapy to try to cure her lesbianism.[226]
Lily Cartwright Annie Starke Lily is a lesbian, being treated at the hospital for her lesbianism. She is given a lobotomy and when that doesn't work, undergoes hydrotherapy.[226]
The Returned Canal+ Julie Meyer Céline Sallette Julie is a lesbian and a nurse, who survived an attack by a serial killer. She is very protective of a small boy who follows her home.[229] 2012–2015
Laure Valère Alix Poisson Laure is a lesbian and police lieutenant. She is Julie's former partner.[230]
Ripper Street BBC One Fred Best David Dawson Fred is a closeted gay newspaper reporter. His secret lover is Harry.[231][232] 2012–2016
David Goodbody Alfie Stewart David and Vincent are lovers, dreaming of running away to a better life together. They are telegram delivery boys, with a side hustle of being rent boys. They are involved in a scheme to blackmail their clients, and if they don't pay, the pair will expose them. In series 2, episode "Threads of Silk and Gold", inspired by the Cleveland Street scandal. The time frame of the series is when homosexuality was illegal in Britain.[231][232]
Vincent Featherwell Jassa Ahluwalia
Solomon Quint Scott Handy Solomon is a closeted gay banker, being blackmailed by David and Vincent. He is secretly in love with David.[231][232]
Otto Roberts David Crowley Otto is gay and also a telegram delivery boy. Otto is murdered by a man, believing Otto to be David.[231][232][233]
Harry Collins Dale Leadon Bolger Harry is gay, a rent boy, and also a telegram delivery boy. He is Fred Best's secret lover.[231][232]
Scream MTV
VH1
Audrey Jensen Bex Taylor-Klaus Audrey Jensen is bisexual.[234][235] 2015–
Rachel Murray Sosie Bacon Rachel Murray is a lesbian.[236]
Gina McLane Zena Grey Gina McLane is a lesbian, and Audrey's girlfriend.[237]
Manny Giullian Yao Gioiello Manny is a gay high school student.[238]
Zoë Vaughn Kiana Lede Zoë Vaughn is bisexual.[239]
Shadowhunters Freeform Alec Lightwood Matthew Daddario Alec is gay. During season 1 he struggles with his attraction to men, especially after he meets Magnus, but eventually comes out as gay by kissing Magnus in front of his family. The two enter a serious relationship.[240][241][242] 2016–2019
Magnus Bane Harry Shum, Jr. Magnus is openly bisexual and a High Warlock.[240][241][242]
Raphael Santiago David Castro Raphael is asexual and a vampire.[240][241][242]
Meliorn Jade Hassouné Meliorn is bisexual.[240][241][242]
Olivia (Ollie) Wilson Alexandra Ordolis Olivia is an out lesbian.[240][241][242]
Samantha Tara Joshi Samantha is Ollie's girlfriend.[240][241][242]
Aline Penhallow Eileen Li (season 2)
Jacky Lai (season 3)
Aline is a closeted lesbian.[240][241][242]
Helen Blackthorn Sydney Meyer Helen is bisexual.[240][241][242]
Underhill Steve Byers Underhill is gay.[240][241][242]
Siberia NBC Annie Anne-Marie Mueschke Annie is a lesbian, and has a crush on Natalie. She is shot by Russian Black-Ops soldiers.[243] 2013
Natalie Natalie Scheetz Natalie is bisexual. She was found dead in the woods after leaving Annie.[244]
Slasher: The Executioner Super Channel
Netflix
Robin Turner Christopher Jacot Robin Turner and Justin Faysal are both gay and they are married.[245][246] 2016–
Justin Faysal Mark Ghanimé
Debbie Jo Vannicola Debbie is a lesbian.[247]
Linda Helen King Linda is a lesbian, and her partner is Debbie.[248]
Slasher: Guilty Party Super Channel
Netflix
Antoine Christopher Jacot Antoine is gay.[249][250] 2016–
Renée Joanne Vannicola Renée is a lesbian.[251]
Slasher: Solstice Super Channel
Netflix
Angel Lopez Salvatore Antonio Angel Lopez is a gay activist who has a secret affair with Joe Lickers.[252] 2016–
Joe Lickers Ilan Muallem Joe Lickers is bisexual, and having a secret affair with Angel Lopez.[253]
Amber Ciotti Joanne Vannicola Amber Ciotti and Justine Rijkers are a lesbian couple.[254][255][252]
Justine Rijkers Patrice Goodman
Kit Jennings Robert Cormier Kit is bisexual.[252]
Amy Chao Rosie Simon Amy Chao is asexual.[256]
The Strain FX Dutch Velders Ruta Gedmintas Dutch Velders is bisexual.[257] 2014–2017
Nikki Nicola Correia-Damude Nikki is lesbian.[258]
Supermax Rede Globo Janette Maria Clara Spinelli Janette is a trans woman. She owns a chain of beauty salons. She had a miserable childhood with her alcoholic and violent father.[259][260]
Supernatural The CW Castiel Misha Collins Castiel is gay, and he confesses his love for Dean Winchester just moments before he dies in the third-to-last episode. However, Dean just watched stoically as his best friend confessed love and died.[261] The series was accused of queerbaiting fans with flirtations between Castiel and Dean for a long time.[262][263] 2005–2020
Charlie Bradbury Felicia Day Charlie Bradbury is an openly lesbian computer hacker and IT employee who assisted Sam and Dean Winchester in several cases.[264]
Chuck Shurley Rob Benedict Chuck, also known as God, is bisexual.[265]
Jesse and Cesar Cuevas Lee Rumohr;
Hugo Ateo
Jesse and Cesar are married, and both monster hunters.[265]
Lily Baker Jessica Harmon Lily is a lesbian, and she accidentally killed her girlfriend and was attacked and hung on a windmill by a demon.[266]
Claire Novak Kathryn Newton Claire is a lesbian and her first love was Kaia Nieves.[266]
Swamp Thing DC Universe Liz Tremayne Maria Sten Liz is a lesbian bartender and newspaper reporter. She's in a relationship with Margaux.[267] 2019
Margaux Kelly Walker Margaux is lesbian and Liz's girlfriend.[268]
Harlan Edwards Leonardo Nam Harlan is a gay CDC specialist.[269]
Tales from the Crypt HBO Janet McKay
(aka Ronald Wald)
Shelley Hack Janet McKay is a trans woman. She is a CIA assassin.[270][271] 1989-1996
Teen Wolf MTV Danny Mahealani Keahu Kahuanui Danny is openly gay and in a relationship with Ethan.[272] He is on the lacrosse team with the titular character.[273][274] 2011–2017
Ethan Steiner Charlie Carver Ethan is an alpha werewolf who becomes romantically involved with Danny in season three. He's also romantically involved with Jackson Whittemore. Actor Charlie Carver is gay as well.[275][276][277]
Emily Lauren McKnight Emily is a lesbian, and Caitlin's girlfriend. They were going to have sex for the first time camping in the woods when she was attacked. Emily was the third virgin sacrifice.[278][279]
Caitlin Zelda Williams Caitlin is bisexual, and Emily's girlfriend. It was her idea take Emily camping in the woods.[280][279]
Lorraine Martin Marcy Goldman Lorraine is bisexual and a banshee. She was driven insane by parapsychologists, trying to understand her powers.[281]
Mason Hewitt Khylin Rhambo Mason is an out and proud gay freshman athlete. He is dating Corey Bryant.[282]
Brett Talbot Cody Saintgnue Brett is a bisexual werewolf playing on another lacrosse team. He was known for being casual about dancing with both men and women in night clubs. Brett was killed in season 6, episode "After Images".[283][279]
Corey Bryant Michael Johnston Corey is gay and his boyfriend is Lucas.[284]
Lucas Eddie Ramos Lucas is gay and was Corey's boyfriend. He was turned into a werewolf-scorpion chimera by the Dread Doctors, and killed soon thereafter.[279][284]
Jackson Whittemore Colton Haynes Jackson is gay and in the final season, Jackson and Ethan are a committed romantic couple living in London.[279]
The Terror AMC Cornelius Hickey Adam Nagaitis Cornelius has a secret relationship with William Gibson. Although they break up in episode 3, they remain close and still have strong feelings for each other.[285] 2018–
William Gibson Edward Ashley William is in a secret relationship with Cornelius Hickey.[285]
Tokyo Ghoul:re Tokyo MX Tooru Mutsuki Fujiwara Natsumi
Mikaela Krantz
Tooru Mutsuki is a trans man. He is a Special Class Ghoul Investigator in a rural branch office of the CCG. Description of series: Tokyo has become a cruel and merciless city, a place where vicious creatures called ghouls exist alongside humans. The citizens live in constant fear of these bloodthirsty savages and their thirst for human flesh.[286] Additional broadcasters: Sun TV, TVA, TVQ and BS11. 2018
True Blood HBO Lafayette Reynolds Nelsan Ellis Lafayette is a gay short-order cook, drug dealer and sex worker. He's in a relationship with Jesús Velásquez, and later starts a relationship with a vampire named James.[287][288] 2008–2014
Tara Thornton Rutina Wesley Tara is a lesbian vampire and Lafayette's cousin. She is killed off by a Hep-V vampire.[289]
Jason Stackhouse Ryan Kwanten Jason is shown to have multiple gay sex dreams about men, and in one episode, gay vampire Lafayette got Jason to strip dance in his briefs.[290][291]
Eric Northman Alexander Skarsgård Eric Northman is a pansexual vampire and the sheriff of the vampires in his town. He has multiple relations with men.[292]
Eddie Gautier Stephen Root Eddie is a gay vampire and former accountant, one of Lafeyette's clients.[293]
Steve Newlin Michael McMillian Steve is gay and starts out as the leader of an anti-vampire Christian ministry. After he is made a vampire, he comes out to Jason Stackhouse as a "gay vampire American".[294]
Jesus Velasquez Kevin Alejandro Jesus is gay and Lafayette's boyfriend. He is a nurse at the retirement home where Lafayette's mother lives and a brujo (male witch).[288]
Russell Edgington Denis O'Hare Russell is gay, and the manipulative, angry, vampire king of Mississippi who killed without abandon.[295]
Talbot Angelis Theo Alexander Talbot is a gay vampire, and was the partner of Russell Edgington. He was seduced and then murdered by Eric Northman.[296]
Pam Ravenscroft Kristin Bauer van Straten Pam is a bisexual vampire, and second-in-command and co-owner of Fangtasia, a vampire bar.[289]
David Finch John Prosky David is a politician and an occasional sex client of Lafayette's.[297]
Nan Flanagan Jessica Tuck Nan is bisexual and the official American Vampire League spokesperson.[289]
Nora Gainesborough Lucy Griffiths Nora is a bisexual vampire and dies from vampire Hep-V.[289]
Naomi Vedette Lim Naomi is a lesbian, and a martial artist who slept with Tara. They broke up over concerns of vampires.[289]
Sophie-Anne Leclerq Evan Rachel Wood Queen Sophie is a bisexual vampire, and is killed by a wooden bullet shot by American Vampire League snipers.[289]
Hadley Hale Lindsey Haun Hadley is lesbian, and one of the Queen's lovers and a waitress at the faerie nightclub.[289]
V Wars Netflix Mila Dubov Laura Vandervoort Mila Dubov is a lesbian vampire. She refuses to kill, instead, living off blood from blood banks.[298][299] 2019-
Elysse Chambers Bo Martyn Elysse Chambers is a lesbian detective. She is Mila Dubov's love interest.[298][300]
The Vampire Diaries The CW Bill Forbes Jack Coleman Bill is gay.[301] 2009–2017
Luke Parker Chris Brochu Luke is gay.[301]
Mary Louise Teressa Liane Mary is a lesbian.[302]
The Walking Dead AMC Tara Chambler Alanna Masterson Tara is lesbian. She enters into a brief relationship with former Marine Alisha.[303] 2010–
Alisha Juliana Harkavy Alisha is lesbian and is killed in a firefight.[304]
Denise Cloyd Merritt Wever Denise is lesbian. She began a relationship with Tara in the sixth season and is later killed.[305][306]
Aaron Ross Marquand Aaron is gay and one of the residents of the Alexandria safe-zone. He is in a relationship with Eric.[307]
Eric Raleigh Jordan Woods-Robinson Eric is gay and Aaron's boyfriend.[308]
Paul "Jesus" Rovia Tom Payne Jesus is gay. He comes out in episode "The Other Side.[309]
Yumiko Eleanor Matsuura Yumiko is lesbian.[310]
Magna Nadia Hilker Magna is lesbian. Yumiko and Magna are a couple.[311]
Wayward Pines FOX Frank Armstrong Michael Garza Frank Armstrong is gay.[312] 2015–2016
Wellington Paranormal TVNZ 2 Officer O’Leary Karen O'Leary O’Leary is a lesbian, and a police officer investigating paranormal incidents.[313] 2018-
What We Do in the Shadows FX Nadja Natasia Demetriou Nadja is a bisexual vampire.[314][315] 2019-
Laszlo Cravensworth Matt Berry Laszlo is bisexual. He is an English nobleman turned into a vampire by Nadja and is now married to her.[315]
Nandor Kayvan Novak Nandor is a bisexual 757-year-old vampire.[315]
Baron Afanas Doug Jones Baron Afanas is an ancient bisexual vampire.[316][315]
Guillermo Harvey Guillén Guillermo is a queer human. He is the dedicated personal assistant to the vampires. He aspires to one day becoming a vampire through hard work and dedicated service.[317]

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Further readingEdit

  • Earle, Harriet E. H. (2019). Gender, Sexuality and Queerness in American Horror Story: Critical Essays. McFarland. ISBN 978-1-4766-7884-9.
  • Elliott-Smith, Darren (2016). Queer Horror Television and Film: Sexuality and Masculinity at the Margins. Bloomsbury Publishing. ISBN 978-1-78673-137-1.
  • Geller, Theresa L.; Banker, Anna Marie (March 2017). "That Magic Box Lies: Queer Theory, Seriality, and American Horror Story". The Velvet Light Trap. 79: 36–49. doi:10.7560/VLT7904. S2CID 192114162.
  • Tosenberger, Catherine (August 2, 2008). ""The epic love story of Sam and Dean": Supernatural, queer readings, and the romance of incestuous fan fiction". Transformative Works and Cultures. 1. doi:10.3983/twc.2008.030.
  • Wallace, Frankie (April 18, 2019). "Society: The Importance of Proper LGBTQ Representation in Horror Media". The Gay Guide Network.