LGBTQIA+ Shows on Netflix That You Should Binge This Pride Month!

From heartfelt dramas to groundbreaking comedies, we’ve rounded up our favorite LGBTQIA+ shows that are worth binging this Pride Month.

As Pride Month nears its end, now is the perfect time to celebrate and uplift LGBTQIA+ stories. Fortunately, Netflix has an incredible lineup of shows that beautifully explore diverse identities and experiences.


Step into the vibrant ballroom culture of 1980s New York City with Pose. This groundbreaking series delves into the lives of LGBTQIA+ individuals, predominantly Black, Latinx, and Transgender, who find solace and empowerment within their chosen families. With mesmerizing performances and authentic storytelling, Pose celebrates the resilience, creativity, and unapologetic existence of the community. 

Queer Eye

Queer Eye is a heartwarming and transformative reality series that follows the Fab Five as they make over the lives of deserving individuals. With their expertise in fashion, grooming, interior design, food, and culture, this dynamic team brings joy, self-confidence, and acceptance to people from all walks of life. Through their genuine connections and uplifting journeys, Queer Eye showcases the power of empathy, self-care, and embracing one’s true self.

Sex Education

Exploring themes of sexuality, love, and self-discovery, Sex Education is a coming-of-age dramedy that tackles diverse LGBTQIA+ narratives with humor and sensitivity. Following the awkward yet endearing Otis Milburn (played by Asa Butterfield), the show navigates the ups and downs of teenage relationships and the importance of comprehensive sex education. With its inclusive representation and unapologetic approach to exploring the spectrum of identities, Sex Education is an absolute must-watch.

Tales of the City

Based on the iconic novels by Armistead Maupin, Tales of the City is a revival of the beloved series that originally aired in the 1990s. Set in San Francisco, this captivating drama explores the lives of a diverse group of LGBTQIA+ characters, intertwining their stories of love, friendship, and resilience. With its rich history and deep-rooted connection to the queer community, Tales of the City is a poignant and nostalgic tribute that continues to resonate today.

Whether you’re seeking heartfelt dramas, groundbreaking comedies, or inspiring tales of self-discovery, these series will entertain, educate, and uplift. So grab your snacks, get cozy, and get set on a binge-watching journey that celebrates love, diversity, and the power of embracing one’s true self.

Happy Pride Month!

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Gabriella Medina

Gabriella is a journalism major at the University of Southern California interested in reporting on music and dance. She is also pursuing a minor in Culture, Media and Entertainment and is an anchor for Annenberg Media’s Latinx outlet, Dímelo.