Supah Ninjas (2011-13) was a Nickelodeon teencom about a boy, Mike Fukanaga (Ryan Potter), who learns from the hologram of his dead grandfather that he's a supah-ninja.
1. Mike and Owen are scripted, according to teencom tradition, as absurdly girl-crazy. But they have a strong, overt, amazingly physical buddy bond, behaving precisely like boyfriends.
2. Mike is obviously being played as gay, regardless of the girl-craziness the script calls for.
3. The boys tacitly acknowledge the existence of gay people. When they are assisting a woman, Mike asks "Is there anyone you could call? A husband or a boyfriend?" Owen adds "Or a life partner?"
4. You're not going to find many teenage actors who are more aggressively gay-friendly than Ryan Potter (here voicing his opposition to California H8, the ban on same-sex marriage).
5. For a change, there's a lot of Asian and Black beefcake.
6. Grandpa is played by venerable gay icon George Takei.
7. Dad is played by Randall Park, a busy comedian who starred in the gay Asian-themed movie The People I've Slept With (2009). He's not actually gay, according to the article "Randall Park's Coming Out Story" in The Korean-American Experience (he came out as an actor).
More recently Ryan has starred in Senior Project, Underdog Kids, and Lab Rats: Elite Force. He's also a martial artist.