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I Am Begging Hollywood To Greenlight Spinoffs For These 19 TV Characters Already

Josie Saltzman from Legacies deserves the whole world.

We recently asked the BuzzFeed Community to tell us which queer TV characters have such main character energy, they deserve their own shows. Here are some of their responses:

🚨 Warning: Minor spoilers ahead!  🚨

1. Robin Buckley from Stranger Things

Robin coming out to Steve in "Stranger Things"

2. Klaus Hargreeves from The Umbrella Academy

Klaus in "The Umbrella Academy"

3. Eric Effiong from Sex Education

Eric telling his dad, "Your fear doesn't help me, Dad. It makes me feel weak. This is me."

4. Lucius Spriggs from Our Flag Means Death

Lucius writing in a book

5. Josie Saltzman from Legacies

Josie saying, "But that's not true. Because I can change this story. I'm not afraid of you anymore."

6. Maxine Baker from Ginny & Georgia

Max saying, "GAY!"

7. Jules Vaughn from Euphoria

Jules in therapy in "Euphoria"

8. Captain Raymond Holt and Kevin Cozner from Brooklyn Nine-Nine

Raymond and Kevin kissing

9. Rosa Diaz from Brooklyn Nine-Nine

Rosa talking about her bisexuality

10. Toni Topaz from Riverdale

Toni Topaz saying, "Bitch, I love her. And she loves me."

11. Miles Hollingsworth III from Degrassi: The Next Generation and Degrassi: Next Class

Miles in "Degrassi"

12. Zoë Rivas from Degrassi: The Next Generation and Degrassi: Next Class

Zoe coming out on "Degrassi"

13. Magnus Bane and Alec Lightwood from Shadowhunters

Alec and Magnus kissing

14. Lexa from The 100

Lexa and Clarke hugging

15. Titus Andromedon from Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt

Titus Andromedon

16. Emily Fields and Alison DiLaurentis from Pretty Little Liars

Emily and Alison holding babies

17. Liam Walker from Walker

Liam saying, "Tell me that you wouldn't want that. Because even now, I mean, you're not here. They need you. You are chasing ghosts."

18. Omar Ayuso and Ander Muñoz from Elite

Omar and Ander kissing

19. And finally, Nadia Zhabin from Shadow and Bone

Nadia saying, "Don't know why she wastes her time pining over him when she could be with me."

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