10 Best LGBTQ+ Shows on Netflix

Recent years have brought significant progress toward representation of the LGBTQ+ community on TV and film. Here's one of the most watched LGBTQ+ movies.

Pride Month is on its way to celebrating the LGBTQ+ community, culture and history. In fact, not nearly enough LGBTQ+ representation exists in TV and film. For example, some countries will ban films like Eternals and Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness for only starring LGBTQ+ characters. There are still lots of platforms that could keep a strong LGBTQ+ presence.

Netflix is increasing its full-length films and television shows. They have also introduced the genre “sexuality” to their platform. Using this method you can filter shows and movies in order to find an array of LGBTQ+ content available to Netflix. The majority of TV shows with LGBTQ+ are TV-originals. Many of them are high quality and have received numerous reviews from critics. These shows are thoughtful, include-and reflect the LGBTQ+ community well.

Here are the 10 best mp3-style movies to enjoy while celebrating Pride Month.


Queer Eye was first on Netflix in 2018 and has run for six seasons. This is the reboot of the widely popular 2003 series Queer Eye which was canceled in 2007. Netflix’s Queer Eye follows a new group of gay experts in the fields of design, fashion, culture, grooming and food. They have learned to do their best to help people improve their lifestyle.

Queer Eye was positively received and received several Primetime Emmy Awards. The show’s reputation is particularly important, since it is visible to the LGBTQ+ community, and to other less representative communities. As you can see, the events are often emotionally acheive and heartwarming, because they are all normal neo-equal people who support the Fab Five. Surely, a little openness, acceptance and spontaneity can change life.



Heartstopper is a comedy for teenagers, which follows Charlie and Nick (Joe Locke), and where they become friends as young men navigate young love. Locke, a girl in a secret relationship, is a victim of the crush on an adult who’s popular with rugby and has an affair with him in class. Heartstopper is a new website written by Alice Oseman from the same name and is based on the webcomic and graphic novel he named the same name. This is a very attractive feature that has adapted to the source material.

Following his release in April of 2022, Heartstopper quickly received a critical acknowledgement. The series is charming, sweet, emotional, and an attractive read for romance. Heartstopper doesn’t go into dark territory, but still managed to catch the dangers of homophobia. Between storylines, acting, animation and music, romance and a fun affair is created with love and imagination.


Young Royals is a Swedish television series that premiered on Netflix on July 1 and 21. The series has been running for two seasons so far. Like Heartstopper, the show follows the love story of two schoolboys. In spite of the contrast of the plot, whose protagonist is the fictional Prince Wilhelm (Edvin Ryding) of Sweden, and who falls for his classmate Simon (Omar Rudberg), is an even larger member of a prestigious boarding school. The chemistry of Wilhelm and Simon is palpable, and the sweet love story is further enhanced by the many themes of the series. Although it’s representative of the LGBTQ+ community, the show seeks to explore how race and social class impact young people’s experiences. This film is charming and dramatic, and it tells viewers a good story.

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While it might be hard for you to buy this one because it was cancelled after one season, it is still one of the best shows with the LGBTQ+ genre. I’m not getting good with This is a dark comedy that follows Sydney Novak (Sophia Lillis), a teenage girl who is prone to grief, sexuality and hyperpower. In the series, Novak is secretly crushed on his best friend, Dina (Sofia Bryant). Seeing as his friends starts dating an outspoken man, Novak finds her anger manifesting in surprising ways.

The series is really fast-paced and ends on cliffhanger, which will make your jaw drop. Yet, I’m not here With This is one of the few series that poignantly captures the many young people harbor in. It is just a great combination of embracing the LGBTQ+ world, humor, adolescence trials, repercussions of grief, and supernatural elements. Please remind me that we need more LGBTQ+ characters with superpowers.


Sex Education is a dramedy that premiered on Netflix on January 11th, 2019. The series follows the mother of an adult who is socially awkward, Otis Milburn, who begins to learn all about sexuality from her sex therapist, Jean Anderson. That show has proved extremely gay+ oriented and explores deep themes of acceptance, homophobia, and violence.

In this series, Eric (Ncuti Gatwa), a better Otis friend, is gay, too. Disadvantage from stereotypes during the show is an exploration of his life. Eric is funny, multifaceted, and has own values and a good outlook to religion. He isn’t just a stereotypical gay character called the honor. At the same time, the show follows his life, especially when he’s gay. Sex education includes the formation of inclusivity and the work still needed.



Special is a American comedy-drama about Ryan Oconnell and Ryan Hayes. In this series, OConnells depicts life as a gay man with cerebral palsy, and Hayes wishes to express his own identity and live life according to his desires instead of other dreams. Special ran for two seasons before its conclusion and was awarded many Emmy nominations.

Special is, as it is known, a truly unique LGBTQ+ show. The fact that it’s based on the OConnells life is very good as it is in other show’s history. The series is also a very necessary triumph for marginalized groups in society that want a character that has no disability to define him. Special is a true gift of humor and heartwarming with a profound and compelling premise.



Elite is a Spanish thriller drama which premiered on Netflix on October 5, 2018. The series follows three working class students offering their scholarships to the elite private school of Spain after their school collapsed. That tension between upper and middle class students eventually became fatal.

As with many shows in this list, Elite wasn’t specifically created for LGBTQ+ audiences, but it’s a mix of strong stories that feature queer characters. As well as a breakneck pace, the series is very well adapted for viewing.

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Schitts Creek is a Canadian TV program that can be watched on Netflix in the coming months from 2015 to 2020. The series follows a wealthy Rose family, who experience a huge decline in health by the loss of their fortune to a false business manager. The only asset they have left is a remote town known as Schitts Creek, Ontario. Consequently, a family goes to Schitts Creek and needs to adapt to the local lifestyle.

Schitts Creek is hilarious as well as a fascinating insight into the cultural differences between the rich and the working class and the fragility of materialism. We also have a show that does the best thing about normalizing our LGBTQ+ communities. When the Roses’ son, David (Dan Levy) becomes an ex-pansexual, begins to marry Patrick (Noah Reid), the family accepts this and there is no signs of homophobia. The series exposes how any relationship between two persons should be accepted a whole and simple way.



Atypical has arrived on Netflix in 2017 and ran for four seasons before 2021’s end. The series follows Sam (Keir Gilchrist), an autistic teenager who decided to be ready for romance and independence. As his family with the less-persioned man on his journey, they realize they are all looking for the same thing as he islove and self-discovery.

Atypical is a heartwarming series, despite its relatively quick start. While season one was criticized for not inviting autistic cast members or crew members, Atypical learned its mistakes from its mistakes. The second season featured autistic actors and writers and accurately depicted the autism spectrum. As well as the show began, Caseys discovered the connection between her sexuality and the attraction to her own friends. Atypical isn’t perfect, but it covers perfectly how perfectly a family can love and accept one another.

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One Day at a Time is an American sitcom that first appeared on Netflix in 2017 and ran for three seasons. The show’s cancelation of Netflix, and a TV network, Pop, revived the show for another 4 years. One Day at a Time is inspired by that new episode of The New York Post that was broadcast in 1975. The series follows the newly single Army veteran, Penelope (Justina Machado), who is navigating life while raising her children.

In One Day at a Time, Penelopes daughter, Elena (Isabella Gomez), finds she is a lesbian and comes to her family. Despite her father’s disapproval, she continues to investigate her sexuality and even starts a gay-strafe club at her Catholic school. Elena speaks very strongly of the LGBTQ+ community, she is unapologetically herself and an impetus for others. De plus, Penelopes story arc is very powerful as it explores her struggles with PTSD after serving in the Army. With a strong representation of the family as a cherished tradition of family bonding between the rich and the evil world, One Day at a Time is interesting, heartfelt, and captivating.

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Black Lightning is a movie from 2018 to 2021 released on Netflix. The series follows former vigilante Jefferson Pierce who believed he had left behind his superhero days. This is until his daughters are kidnapped. Pierce feels he won’t have a choice but to wear a Black Lightning suit again to protect his family.

In a way that’s natural and normalized, the series perfectly brings black culture and LGBTQ+ cultures into its storyline. The Pierce family explores the challenge and the dynamics of being a Black family in the United States. Meanwhile, Pierces daughter, Anissa/Thunder (Nafessa Williams), is a unexplained lesbian. The series focuses in great detail on the progressing relationship between Thunder and Grace Choi (Chantal Thuy). In doing that, it gives the viewers the first black lesbian superhero. Black Lightning breaks down barriers, is filled with representation and is a very fun, engaging superhero.

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The Most Beautiful Flower premiered on Netflix on December 7, 2022. The Spanish language series is set in Mexico, Xochimilco, and is loosely inspired by the teenage years of Mexican actress and comedian Michelle Mich Rodriguez. The Most Beautiful Flower follows Mich (Esmeralda Soto), a young woman who wanted to break the popularity hierarchy at school and balance her journey with her family and heritage traditions. Michael is a really great plot liner. She is caught in a love octagon. The show explains how she likes children and girls. While her family tries to avoid the idea from the beginning, many of her friends want to accept it. Some even believe that her liking the girl would definitely be of a strong point of contention. The most beautiful flower is a poignant exploration of young love and acceptance of all kinds of love.

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