For the first time, GLAAD has rated a broadcast network's LGBT programming as Excellent.

In its ninth and final annual Network Responsibility Index (NRI), GLAAD gave Fox a grade of Excellent for its LGBT-inclusive content.

“This milestone highlights real change across the media landscape – especially considering that [Fox] received a 'Failing' grade in the NRI's first two editions,” GLAAD CEO & President Sarah Kate Ellis said in announcing this year's report, which covers programming aired between June 2014 and May 2015.

Fox joins ABC Family in earning the group's highest marks.

Rated Good were ABC, CW, FX, HBO, MTV and Showtime, while NBC, CBS, TLC, TNT and USA received a grade of Adequate.

A&E and History received a Failing grade.

This is the last NRI report GLAAD will publish but the group will continue its Where We Are On TV, Studio Responsibility Index and Transgender Images on TV reports.

“As representations of LGBT people in the media continue to rise in number, pushing television networks to make those representations more diverse is more crucial than ever. This requires a different set of tools than the NRI provides, and as such GLAAD will shift focus to its annual TV diversity and transgender reports,” Ellis explained.