Sorry but it's a show about delivering to those nowhere near a car/truck traveled road so we should not see headlights except those on snow machines.
It’s incredibly rare that any dramatic television series lasting over three seasons will — but when the person who dies is a lesbian or bisexual character, queer fandom takes it pretty hard.
Victims-of-the-week from crime procedurals (on this list.
Nor is subtext on this list, because we’re not gonna give Xena showrunners Queer Character Credit for a character they refused to make openly queer when she was really so obviously queer. [ETA: Okay, I’ve added Xena after doing further research and because if one more commenter takes up space on this thread — a thread I’m using to find more characters to add, and also to engage with thoughtful/funny readers who have opinions and feelings — to tell me that I “forgot” Xena without reading this introduction, I will become the 200th dead lesbian and the cause of death will be “Walked off a cliff with a commenter in her arms. Cause of death: Shot by a gunman employed by the town’s evil overlord who doesn’t want to let the lesbians change his town.
The show was sold to another network and came back as “Amar es Para Siempre,” and viewers then learned that Ana and their son died in a fire, and Teresa died in the hospital as a result of injuries from the fire.