June is the month when everything is marked by a colorful rainbow, joy, and celebration of diversity. While everything around you is so silly and cheerful, you can enjoy this month with very interesting LGBT Shows that you can watch on Netflix! Take a look at the list below!
This is one of those shows that has been something very interesting since 2018. We met Jonathan Van Ness, Antoni Porowski, Tan France, Karamo Brown, and Bobby Berk whose mission is to help people who need a little boost to live a fabulous life. All the stories are really sweet and heartwarming.
RUPAUL’S DRAG RACE
How to pass Pride Month without perfect drag queens? Each season features 14 drag queens clawing for the title of America’s Next Drag Superstar. When we put the competition aside, we listen to various stories, anecdotes, and interesting experiences that they share with us.
This show was directed by Ryan Murphy and his talent and creativity are really reflected in these episodes. The plot takes place in the eighties in New York and follows the life of African-American and Latino gay and trans people in the drag scene. This show really has something special in it that will occupy everyone’s attention and melt your heart.
ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK
This series is based on the autobiographical novel Orange Is the New Black: My Year in a Women’s Prison by Piper Kerman. The plot follows the story of Piper Chapman who ends up in a minimum-security prison in Litchfield, New York. This show becomes much more than Piper herself and you will suddenly become a part of the life of every special woman in Litchfield.
Alison Brie stars as Ruth Wilder, an aspiring actress in 1985 who moved to L.A. She moved there to make her dreams come true. She finds herself in the cast of an experimental show called, GLOW, which stands for “Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling.” The third season is especially taking place on this queer route, which shows traces from the very beginning of the show.
This Emmy-nominated indie series takes us very interestingly through the life of a gay couple in Silver Lake, Los Angeles. This show is imbued with black humor and takes us on a turbulent journey consisting of many important themes such as substance abuse, HIV, and monogamy in the queer community.
LITTLE FARIES EVERYWHERE
The plot takes place in the idyllic suburban town of Shaker Heights and takes place in the 1990s. Everything looks kind of happy and beautiful until Mia Warren and her daughter move into the neighborhood. The series gives you family drama, racial tension and follows two complex queer characters. One of them finds it extremely difficult to come out and the other hides and runs away from his past.
This show follows an extremely large family, each of which is different. Cam and Michel are a gay couple who adopt a child and live together. They are an extremely cute couple and the story follows the two of them raising e a kid, living interesting lives, and trying not to drive each other crazy.