Great LGBTQ TV Shows to Stream Now

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Cucumber: Fifteen years after Russell T. Davies brought Queer as Folk to British televisions.

Empire: Lee Daniels’ 2015 prime-time hip-hop soap opera on Fox had a phenomenal debut and became a mega hit. Which felt revolutionary.

Betty: This appealing spinoff of Crystal Moselle’s 2018 indie film Skate Kitchen follows a quintet of female skaters in a pre-pandemic New York.

Dear White People: Adapted from gay director Justin Simien’s breakout film of the same name, about black college students coming to terms with.

Billions: Yes, this drama about the feud between a self-righteous New York prosecutor and a sociopathic hedge-fund boss is mostly a celebration of straight male energy.

Euphoria: Euphoria supplies such an overload of examples of what it means to be an American teen at this moment in time.

Everything’s Gonna Be Okay,’ ‘Please Like Me: Please Like Me, Australian comedian Josh Thomas’ hyper-realistic.

Crazy Ex-Girlfriend: For decades, bisexuals were largely invisible on television, with characters only revealed as bi on rare occasions for a shocking plot twist or to help.

The Bisexual: In Desiree Akhavan’s The Bisexual — which she co-wrote, directed, and stars in — we finally get an honest portrayal of the complications.

Elite: While CW shows — from Gossip Girl and Pretty Little Liars to Riverdale — have always toyed with hot-bodied teens and their sexual shenanigans.

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