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But since this is the series that doesn’t have an end in sight, there’s always hope Sara Ramirez will once again be back in Seattle to tie things up as the hospital’s OTP.
(Hulu, Tuesdays)Vanessa Ferlito joined the cast of the "NCIS" spin-off as an out lesbian FBI agent with a mysterious past, effectively replacing the show’s beloved Agent Brody (Zoe Mc Lellan).
But seeing as how Rose married and then murdered Luisa’s father (among some of her other telenovela-worthy character traits), they may not be the perfect pair.
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Joe Swanberg’s series about love, sex and relationships in Chicago includes couples and throuples of all kinds, including an episode dedicated entirely to two young women (Kiersey Clemons and Jacqueline Toboni) whose courtship is dampened only by the fact that one of them thinks she has to change who she is for things to work.
(ABC, Thursdays, 8/7c)Broadway star Carly Hughes is black, gay and going through a divorce from her partner on ABC’s new comedy.
The actress has a regular role as Angela, best friend to star Katy Mixon’s Katie, “the second fattest housewife in Westport, Connecticut.” Katie, Angela and their friends see themselves as the outcasts of a town full of overachieving Stepford wives, so naturally they use their differences as a fun way to scare off the racist homophobes attempting to move in next door. 11, /c)From co-creators Ava Du Vernay and Oprah Winfrey, this adaptation of Natalie Baszile’s novel tells the story of a black family trying to keep their father’s farm alive after his sudden passing while all dealing with their own struggles.