This Pride Month, there is no shortage of groundbreaking LGBTQ+ content on TV.

More than ever before, queer representation is happening for spectrums—trans, non-binary, differently abled—on some of the most highly anticipated and impactful shows on television.

The shows are increasingly being created and written by lesbians and include only queer characters and writers. Many shows feature all-LGBTQ+ staff behind the scenes. It is no longer the norm to have a gay friend, or a lesbian aunt. These real people have stories to share.

The trailblazing developments are happening all across different genres of TV—from comedy to drama, reality to animated—on both broadcast and streaming.

In a February study released by GLAAD (Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation), it was revealed that 11.9 percent of the characters on broadcast television were LGBTQ+, a new record high.

For the first time, GLAAD also analyzed the eight most prominent streaming services—Amazon, Hulu, Netflix, Peacock, Paramount+, Apple TV+, Disney+ and HBO Max—and found 245 LGBTQ+ series regular characters and 113 LGBTQ+ recurring characters across their programming.