Reader’s Poll: The 50 Most Important LGBT Television Series

By /bent | /Bent
June 17, 2015 at 3:22PM

In the third of 10 lists announcing the results of our annual Reader’s Poll, we count down the 50 most important LGBT television series since Stonewall, according to you.

15. Tales of the City
Network: PBS/Showtime/Channel 4
On Air: 1993, 1998, 2001
Note: This adaptation of Armistead Maupin’s novels aired as three miniseries over a near decade, the first on PBS and the next two on Showtime. Fun fact: HBO originally acquired the rights in 1982, but reportedly ending up feeling that the book’s celebratory attitude toward homosexuality, casual sex and marijuana usage would not be deemed acceptable by the viewing public.

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