Glee and True Blood have helped Fox and HBO top this year's Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) survey of gay-inclusive television.

The 16th annual Where We Are On TV report released Wednesday found that Fox is the most LGBT-inclusive broadcast network and HBO tops the list of cable networks.

The number of gay characters in the 2011-2012 broadcast television season have decreased, while cable networks remain steady, the study found.

“While the number of LGBT characters is down, some of the most popular shows with critics and viewers such as Glee, True Blood and The Good Wife weave storylines about gay and lesbian characters into the fabric of the show,” said GLAAD Acting President Mike Thompson. “Whether it's the growing household of Mitchell and Cameron on Modern Family or the recent wedding of Callie and Arizona on Grey’s Anatomy,Americans expect to see the diversity of our country represented in their favorite programs and that includes gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender people.”

The report shows that LGBT characters on broadcast television are down 3.9% from last season. Cable networks have 29 scripted LGBT series regulars in the upcoming season, down from 35 last year.

Among the networks, Fox topped the list with 8 gay characters out of 117 (6.8%), followed by ABC (3.4%), NBC (1.9%), and the CW (1.5%). CBS, which has previously promised to increase its diversity, came in last at 0.7 percent.

HBO leads among cable networks. Its supernatural drama True Blood is one of the most LGBT-inclusive programs on television with six characters.