If you're looking for something new to watch during the month of June, why not look to shows featuring some of the best LGBTQ+ folks in honor of Pride Month?
These shows are a great jumping off point for when you need a new laugh in your life or maybe, a little inspiration. Find your safe space with these shows, available to stream on multiple platforms:
Will & Grace
The famous sitcom just hit the end of its reboot, and now, it's available to stream on Hulu. It follows the story of best friends Will and Grace as they navigate New York City with a few quirky friends by their sides.
"Pose" is a dance musical set in the 1980s, exploring life and society in New York. Starring Billy Porter and Indya Moore, the show chronicles their lives in the big city.
"Queer Eye" follows the Fab 5 as they transform the lives of everyday people they come across who could use a little sparkle in their lives. Watch as Jonathan Van Ness, Antoni Porowski, Tan France, Karamo Brown, and Bobby Berk give fashion and lifestyle makeovers to their guests.
"Schitt's Creek" follows the Rose family as they fall from wealth into a motel in a small town that's their only hope. They make friends, find love, and crack jokes to help their situation along the way.
This six-part series follows small-town residents as they make their ways into the world of drag. They'll participate in one-night performances with the help of "RuPaul's Drag Race" alums.
RuPaul's Drag Race
RuPaul searches for America's next drag star by hosting a competition complete with lip sync battles, fashion shows, and challenges.
Queer as Folk
"Queer as Folk" is a drama that follows the lives of a group of friends in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania as they navigate sex, drugs, adventure, friendship, and love.
The L Word
"The L Word" follows the lives of a group of lesbian friends living in Los Angeles through their ups and downs and in-betweens.