The lives of three young gay people are featured in an upcoming It Gets Better special.

The 60-minute show, which follows on the success of the original special aired in February, will be broadcast on cablers MTV and Logo on Tuesday, October 9.

Dan Savage, co-creator of the It Gets Better Project, which encourages troubled LGBT teens considering suicide to hang in there because life gets better, returns to anchor the special.

In the special we meet Vicente, Natalie and Hunter, three young people coping with coming out gay to their families.

“I'm in love,” Vicente says in a trailer for the special. “I've never been in love before.”

Natalie says that her mother cannot accept the fact that she is a lesbian.

Hunter, a college freshman, says things have “gotten way better” since he's come out gay. He says he's looking forward to moving away from home to get away from his father. (A trailer for the special is embedded on this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)

The first It Gets Better special was nominated for an Emmy in the Outstanding Children's Nonfiction, Reality or Reality-Competition Program category and received the Governors Award during the 2012 Creative Arts Emmy Awards.