Paige and Alex, "Degrassi: This year, the large, dysfunctional Chicago family that makes up Shameless seems to have more serious concerns than the usual drinking and carousing. Well, if I knew that, I wouldn't be single. My So-Called Life creator Winnie Holzman revisited the complicated lives of teens with Alistair, a fat-camp outcast who was unpopular, overweight, and struggling with his sexuality. Walt and Bennett, "The Carrie Diaries"
Mary and her husband run a photography studio.
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Hannibal Lecter is omnisexual according to series creator Bryan Fuller  and is in love with Will Graham. Shane and Duke, "Faking It" James is Maxxie's boyfriend first generation, season 2. After being falsely accused of sodomy in the episode "Palm Sunday", Francesco admits to Pope Alexander VI that he does have the desires of a sodomite. Both of them had a brief hook up. Doug Witter constantly denied he was gay through most of the show but he finally came to terms with his relationship with Jack in the final episode of the series. The series's second season promises a lot more from our new favorite crime-fighting family, especially since the daughters are just fully coming into their powers.
Miranda despite having mainly heterosexual relationships through most of the show she falls in love with Chloe in series 3 as she explains "I'm Heterosexual, but I happened to have fallen in love with a woman". The characters appeared in season 2, Sleeper Cell: Ryan Murphy is back, and he's brought Jessica Lange. Frankie wishes to resume where they left off, but instead has a string of meaningless flings with other women as she grieves the loss of her Aunt and attempts to solve the mystery of her real identity. Freya is bisexual and a witch. Brenna and Greer, "Chasing Life" In season 2 Kim begins dating Saint and the two eventually move it together.