Even if you haven’t been watching a ton of trans stories, I’m sure it’s getting repetitive.Executive Producer Jay James’ comment that “to be perfectly honest, there’s a natural curiosity to see what transgender people are all about” makes me even more nervous.

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This seems like it might be basically a reality TV version of that show, but hopefully Carly’s family isn’t full of absolutely horrible people like Maura’s is.

Excitement Level: I’ll just stick to watching , which stars the gender non-comforming (but not trans) Queen of Bounce, and this fall they’ll be adding this show which is about “the triumphs and struggles of a group of transgender San Francisco cabaret performers.” I don’t get Fuse, but I do enjoy the episodes of is going to feature of group of trans women living in Chicago named Giselle, Natalia, Sidney and Victory with transgender model Carmen Carrera acting as a sort of mentor for them and host for the show.

2/5 24th Annual GLAAD Media Awards held at New York Marriott Marquis Featuring: Jazz Jennings – the Transgender girl star of reality show on OWN.

Where: New York, NY, United States When: Credit: Michael Carpenter/**Not Available for the New York Daily News** " data-medium-file="https:// data-large-file="https:// class="size-medium wp-image-281521" alt="Jazz and her family via aceshowbiz.com" width="640" height="427" srcset="https:// https:// sizes="(max-width: 640px) 100vw, 640px" Despite only being 14, Jazz Jennings has been in the national spotlight for years as a trans advocate, someone who speaks up for trans kids’ rights and encourages acceptance of transgender children.

When this show was announced, Carrera was fresh off of flawlessly reacting to Katie Couric’s extremely uncomfortable questions to both her and Laverne Cox, and Tyra Banks has been a reality TV queen ever since the first season of .

However, despite getting an eight episode order, and having a pretty detailed description about the show and the trans women who were starring in it, a premiere date still hasn’t been announced.It would be nicer to see some more diversity, though.Seeing a teenage trans girl on a scripted show, non-binary trans people, more trans people of color (I personally, as a trans Latina, would love to see some trans Latinas on TV), and trans guys would be wonderful.This magical realism drama comes from Silvio Horta, who adapted for American TV and served as a head writer and executive producer for that show.Lysette plays Gloria, a “brash transgender hostess at Café Fuentes” who “is never shy about voicing her opinions, often to her own detriment.” No joke, despite how hetero this show sounds, it also sounds like it’s right up my alley.Plus, I like the fact that, from the get-go, this is a scripted series that is committing to a trans character who has defined characteristics that have nothing to do with her gender or her transition.