Who doesn't love a forbidden love story with a happy ending? This was perhaps one of the best "LGBT fans deserve better" endings we could have asked for. If you haven't watched it then I highly recommend finding it somewhere
Set in the wonderfully queer Brighton this was a modern coming-of-age programme followed the unrequited love of Kim for her best friend Sugar. With a great supporting cast and some genuinely laugh out loud moments this was, for the early 90's a trailblazing show.
Skins hit our screens in 2007 as a hard-hitting portrayal of teenage life in the UK. Series 3 of Skins brought us Emily and Naomi who traversed homophobic twins, substance use and angst around their coming out.
Billed as the UK answer to the L Word, Lip Service looked at Lesbian relationships in beautiful central Glasgow, Scotland. Frankie comes back to Glasgow having spent time in New York as a photographer and quickly meets up with her ex, Cat. The will they/wont they to and fro takes up much of the 2 series however, Ruda Gedmintas's sultry and emotionally guarded Frankie manages to add depth as her walls crumble.
Lip Service had a wonderful supporting cast including Heather Peace, an out Lesbian (great to see queer representation in our LGBT+ shows).