Write a comparative formal analysis of two cable television episodes about queer and cable TV. Please make connections between the three readings with the two screenings. This essay should consider how these shows construct or inhibit queer subjectivities through their styles, characterizations, genre orientations and/or modes of cable branding. Pose a clear and complex argument about how these programs aesthetically (via devices of cinematography/camerawork, mise en scène, editing, sound) narratively (story, writing/dialogue, industrial management, advertising structure, etc.), and/or industrially (through their respective channels’ corporate designs/constructions) represent/construct queerness or speak to/against LGBTQ+ audiences. Please focus on the episodes themselves and make your claim specific/manageable for the purposes of a paper. Try to locate similarity within difference and/or difference within similarity when conducting your analysis – the shows will likely never be entirely opposed or entirely aligned in their ideological addresses, aesthetic compositions, or narrative sensibilities.