June is Pride Month and that means networks and streaming services are presenting some brand new LGBTQ+ content. Whether exclusively LGBTQ+ stories or simply shows and movies from LGBTQ+ creators and stars, there’s plenty to celebrate. These include returning series and new series launches, specials and broadcasts of real world events.
Showtime is offering first seasons of The L Word, The L Word: Generation Q, Work In Progress and more for free in June. Also free, Freevee has movies like But I’m a Cheerleader and series like Project Runway.
Read on to find out what else is showing during Pride Month.
Bright Colors and Bold Patterns – A gay wedding turns into a comic disaster when the couple forbids guests from wearing bright colors and bold patterns. – BroadwayHD
Falsettos – 2017 revival of the Tony nominated musical about a married gay man with a lover, a son and lesbian neighbors. – BroadwayHD
Happy Birthday, Doug – A play celebrating modern gay culture – BroadwayHD
Matthew Bourne’s Swan Lake – Production of the ballet with a male ensemble – BroadwayHD
Ruthless! The Musical – An 8-year-old will stop at nothing to play the lead in her school’s musical. – BroadwayHD
American Canvas – David Holmes hosts the series about creative communities of San Francisco, Austin and Miami – Ovation
Artist to Icon – An episode exploring Cher’s rise to fame – Ovation
Berlin Live – Boy George and Culture Club perform in a small German club – Ovation
Celebrity Conversations – Lily Tomlin, Jane Fonda and Ian McKellan are this month’s conversations – Ovation
Cher: Life in the Spotlight – 2019 documentary on Cher returns to streaming. – Ovation
Generation Drag – Reality series follows five teenagers competing in Dragutante – discovery+
Human by Orientation – HBO Max LBGTQ+ talent participate in short form topics. – HBO Max
Jean-Michel Basquiet – A documentary on the artist – Ovation
Little Nas X: Unlikely Cowboy – New documentary on the rapper – Ovation
--The Chi: Season 5(2022)
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Stonewall Day Live – This year’s lineup commemorating rebellion against the 1969 police raid includes performances by Kesha, Betty, Mila Jam and Shea Diamond and videos from Barack Obama, Dustin Lance Black and more. – YouTube