One of the first shows on TV about Polyamory, this hilariously, awkward dramedy details the ups and downs that can ensue from such an arrangement.In season 1, Emma and Jack are married and in an attempt to spice things up they decide to hire and escort (Izzy).Sanchez is accused of "sexual disturbances", which seems to be the euphemism for homosexual tendencies.He denies being gay and commits suicide in episode 6 of season 1. Freddy is a young gay man fascinated by Monsignor Gutierrez at some point. Lukas is violently closeted while Philip is comfortable with his sexuality. "Eyewitness" is based on the Norwegian show "Øyevitne".In this remake of the classic 1980s TV series of the same name, Sammy Jo is the nephew of Cristal Flores.Sam is "a cute schemer" who is romantically connected to Steven Carrington; Sam has a one-night stand with Steven, and helps himself to some of the cash in Steven's pocket. Also in that episode Tony told Clay that he used to date Ryan and now he's dating Brad. Cleve Jones (young) Cleve Jones Roma Guy (young) Roma Guy Diane (young) Diane Ken Jones (young) Ken Jones Matt Michael Pat Norman Del Martin Phyllis Lyon Jean Cecilia Chung Scott Jose Sarria Bobbi Jean Baker Guy Pearce Austin P.
Assente confirms his homosexuality in private conversation with Pope Pius XIII in episode 2 of season 1.
Donald is a newer Stars Hollow resident introduced upon discussion of the first potential LGBT Pride festival for the town, where some more notable characters' sexualities are mentioned and/or danced around.
Gutierrez comes out as gay in the first season's final episode.
Officer Haught, a lesbian, was immediately captivated by Waverly.
Waverly and Officer Haught build a friendship which eventually becomes romantic. Yael is non-binary/genderqueer and uses they/them pronouns. Esme and Frankie enter a polyamorous relationship with Zig.