13 Bisexual TV Characters Who Deserve Your Attention

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7. Audrey Jensen - Scream

Audrey Jensen - Scream
Audrey Jensen is not one for labels, considering herself bicurious as her interest for women was revealed to the whole school before she was ready to really tell anyone. But she took it in stride, not letting this horrible invasion of privacy take away from who she knows she is.

Audrey doesn’t have huge amounts of time to explore relationships with women or men in the show, at least in the beginning when she is just figuring out that there is a serial killer trying to harm her.

But she never lets anyone forget who she is, even mentioning that she had a crush on Emma when they were younger, solidifying that her story was a lot like other LGBTQ+ kids.

It is during the Halloween special for Scream that we learn about Audrey’s new girlfriend Gina. We don’t know too much about them yet but Gina is jealous of Audrey’s relationship with Emma and I am here for it.

Sadly MTV decided to reboot Scream completely, losing Audrey and the importance she had for many fans of the show. Hopefully the new characters continue to offer diverse journeys for the audience to connect with.

8. Amanita - Sense8

Amanita - Sense8
Amanita stole our hearts when she appeared as Nomi's supportive and outspoken girlfriend, but she quickly reminded us that she was much more than that.

Amanita continues to be an incredible ally to the entire sensates group, while reminding us that she is the literal defintion of girlfriend goals.

9. Eleanor Shellstrop - The Good Place

Eleanor Shellstrop - The Good Place
Eleanor is very relatable when she appears in The Good Place after her death, only to realize she doesn't belong there. Her attempts to figure out a way to stay are highly entertaining, but so are her scenes with Tahani.

Now Tahani is freaking great but Eleanor spends too much time saying she dislikes her while complimenting her entire existence.

Who else would kill to see the scenario where Michael had Tahani as Eleanor's soulmate?

10. Ilana Wexler - Broad City

Ilana Wexler - Broad City
Ilana could probably teach all of us a thing or two, but I doubt any of us would be as fabulous as her. That is why it is so fun to watch Ilana get herself into some pretty shocking situations, with Abbi always by her side.

Broad City is the story of Ilana and Abbi, and I could definitley get behind Ilana's brilliant idea that they should get married.

11. Sara Lance - DC Legends of Tomorrow

Sara Lance - DC Legends of Tomorrow
Sara Lance was the perfect example of effortless representation, offering the idea of a strong female character that just happened to be bisexual.

The relationships she has inbetween being a cool superhero are constant reminders that Sara is just living life and finds herself interested in women and men.

12. Darryl Whitefeather - Crazy Ex-Girlfriend

Darryl Whitefeather - Crazy Ex-Girlfriend
Darryl Whitefeather deserves an extra round of applause for creating an epic music video about being bisexual, both calling out biphobia, and creating bi pride for all the fans that see themselves in Darryl.

It is even harder sometimes to find a guy who feels like he can identify as bisexual which is why having Darryl as one of those examples is that great. He is a scene stealing character, and him and White Josh are pretty much the most healthy couple on the show right now.

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