Apple just released a trailer for its upcoming docuseries “Visible: Out On Television”, which focuses on being LGBTQ on TV.
Apple’s new trailer for “Visible: Out On Television” will give you goosebumps.
The program showcases the transformation of LGBTQ characters and personalities being shown on television going back almost 50 years with the first openly gay sitcom character appearing on the 1971 show “All In The Family”.
“Visible” will examine taboos and early censorship, how the media documented historical events like Stonewall and the AIDS epidemic, and the legendary LGBTQ characters and personalities that came into people’s homes all around the world from “Soap” and “Queer as Folk” to modern shows like “Pose”.
The five-episode series features an impressive lineup of on-screen interviews with groundbreaking entertainment icons and avant-garde queers, including Billy Porter, Ellen DeGeneres, Rachel Maddow, Indya Moore, Anderson Cooper, Lena Waithe, Asia Kate Dillon, and Oprah, too.
“Visible” will be available on Feb. 14 on Apple TV+.