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Network Axes Fall Hard on Gay Characters.. Hopefully society waking up from the *Delusion*It's been a rough end to what started out as a record-b

 
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Network Axes Fall Hard on Gay Characters.. Hopefully society waking up from the *Delusion*It's been a rough end to what started out as a record-b
It's been a rough end to what started out as a record-breaking season for openly gay characters on the small screen.
After a 2012-13 season that featured a record number of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender characters on TV, this past week's wave of cancellations may drastically alter those statistics.
Gone are shows that featured prominent gay story lines including NBC's The New Normal and CBS' Partners. Both were semi-autobiographical series about the lives of its nearly all openly gay creators -- Ryan Murphy and Ali Adler on the former, David Kohan (who's not) and Max Mutchnik for the latter -- and featured two happy, committed gay couples. Worth noting, half of both couples were played by openly gay actors -- New Normal's Andrew Rannells (opposite Justin Bartha) and Partners' Michael Urie (opposite Brandon Routh).

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Re: Network Axes Fall Hard on Gay Characters.. Hopefully society waking up from the *Delusion*It's been a rough end to what started out as a record-b
However they have not given up yet!


Meanwhile, TV's returning shows with LGBT characters also are telling new story lines -- including coming out in the 1980s on The Carrie Diaries and adultery in a lesbian relationship on ABC's Grey's Anatomy. The Shonda Rhimes medical drama starring Sara Ramirez (Callie) and Jessica Capshaw (Arizona) is a a four-time GLAAD Awards nominee for outstanding drama, taking home the prize in 2012 after featuring a lesbian wedding.
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Re: Network Axes Fall Hard on Gay Characters.. Hopefully society waking up from the *Delusion*It's been a rough end to what started out as a record-b
Money talks and since gays are a small minority of the overall population, the rest of the population doesn't give a damn so these shows get abysmal ratings.

Little House on the Prairie probably gets higher ratings than all these gay shows combined.