HELLO I AM AN IMPORTANT LOOKING PREMISE
Miniscus, which is the series of graphic novellae I do, would be this TV show (preferably some form of anime, since the comic is written in Japanese and my art- and layout-styles have drawn influence from a lot of old manga).
It's about this crew of men and women in this pre-apocalyptic Nevermore world who have spent their lives on one of two sides of the gate that seperates two countries - one highly technologically and militarily advanced, and the other without any sort of government and just spewing with demons and magii and various supernatural entities, some good, some "evil," although following the theme of Good Omens I never categorize good and evil as morally right and wrong but more as two players of a game - and this group of men and women (and one cute transvestite) would work as cards of Death and the Fates (who are all drunk gamblers y/y) in causing the end of the world, except that they vehemently resist doing so and all ultimately pay prices for it.
I'm going LotR on everyone's ass with this one: I've got nymphs of the elements, elves, demons, dæmons or "shadows" (i.e., messangers of Death), magii, shamans which are technically just subsets of magii so why did I mention them idk, vampyr (you won't find much semblance to Edward Cullen, but neither to Nosferatu, and I use the term vampyr loosely), hellsangels, and genetically manip'd people called synthetics (which are really just my excuse to throw a catboy into the story with a LOLworthy or maybe tragic explanation, I can't tell). Oh, and humans. I almost forgot them.
I also go really deep (at least in the comic though idk about on mainstream TV where stuff has to be kept PGish) into persons' sexualities and how vastly different they can be but how no one is any better than the others. The stuff I know I'd keep in, because it's infinitely valuable among the main men and women of the story, is romantic attraction (or in some situations, lack thereof). I feel like the only mainstream appreciation of us queers there is in television is the one token gay guy/girl of the show, and they're always treated as such and only as such. And really, I'm working to quash heteronormativity with this one: the rule of Miniscus is that if I don't identify a sexual preference (or again, lack thereof) of a character, then they are by default bisexual. NOT heterosexual as so many people in the world would presume. I can't begin to explain how much that horrifies me. Miniscus will not let that happen.