New CBS Show ‘Instinct’ Will Spotlight Gay Lead Character

March 10th, 2018 2:00 PM

Set for a March 18 premiere, CBS’s new and upcoming show Instinct confirms yet again the media’s unflagging promotion of the LGBT agenda. The program will feature a “gay lead character” according to a January 6th AP article

Alan Cumming, the actor playing the lead part, lambasted Donald Trump: “His crime procedural ‘Instinct’ arrives at a time when Cumming said ‘the president is actively condoning, by his silence, violence and persecution against the LBGT community.’”

The Goldeneye and X-Men 2 “saluted CBS for committing to a series with a married gay couple,” according to the piece. “In real life Cumming, 52, has described himself as bisexual and has a husband, Grant Shaffer. But he was also once married to a woman.”

Last year on an episode of CBS’s Madam Secretary, one of the characters said that he was bisexual. Also last year, CBSN released Gender - The Space Between.

CBS News and other major media outlets have previously sponsored events of the NLGJA, The Association of LGBTQ Journalists. CBS News, CNN, Fox News, Comcast NBCUniversal, ABC News, New York Post, Newsday, Reuters and Bloomberg are listed in various categories of sponsors for the organization’s March 8th “Headlines and Headliners” event.

Even children’s programming has been influenced by the LGBT agenda. One 2017 episode of Doc McStuffins, a children’s show that airs on both Disney Jr. and the Disney Channel, included characters in a two-mom “family.”