If you're searching for something new to watch during the month of June, why not look to shows featuring some of the best LGBTQ+ comedies, dramas, reality shows, and documentaries in honor of Pride Month?
These programs will make you laugh, cry, think and cheer, all why centering around members of the LGBTQIA+ community.
From "Drag Race" to "Pose," and "Love, Victor" to "Legendary," here are some shows that will help you celebrate Pride from the comfort of your own couch.
The six-part documentary series details the struggle for LGBTQ+ civil rights in the US from the 1950s through the 2000s. It features appearances by Civil Rights pioneer Bayard Rustin, writer Audre Lorde, Senators Tammy Baldwin and Lester Hunt, among others.
All six episodes are streaming on Hulu.
The Netflix documentary examines transgender depictions in film and television and how Hollywood simultaneously reflects and manufactures the deepest anxieties surrounding gender. Prominent trans leaders and entertainers voice their experiences including Laverne Cox, “Pose” star Mj Rodriguez, director Lilly Wachowski and Chaz Bono.
Stream "Disclosure" on Netflix.
A spinoff of the 2018 film "Love, Simon," the romantic comedy-drama centers around Latinx teen Victor Salazar as he discovers his authentic self, comes out to his family, and finds his first true love. While the series recently premiered its second season, all episodes are available to stream on Hulu.
"Legendary" is a voguing dance competition series that gives viewers an inside look at the world of ball culture, which originated in the Black and Brown queer communities of NYC. 8 teams known as houses compete for the $100,000 grand prize and are judged by a panel including singer Megan Thee Stallion, actress Jameela Jamil, stylist Law Roach, and vogue superstar Leiomy Maldonado.
Stream "Legendary" on HBO Max.
The scripted series tells the story of real-life Spanish transgender singer and television personality Cristina Ortiz Rodríguez, better known by the nickname "La Veneno,” who rose to fame in ‘90s Madrid and became an LGBT icon.
Stream "Veneno" on HBO Max.
"Pose" is a dance musical set in the 1980s, exploring NYC ball culture through members of the Black and Brown LGBTQ+ community. Starring Billy Porter, Mj Rodriguez and Indya Moore, the show chronicles their lives as they navigate through the AIDS crisis, racism, homophobia, transphobia, and other harsh realities as a family. The