The very best of LGBTQIA+ streaming content this World Pride

Celebrate all things diversity and tune into some of our favourite LGBTQIA+ shows this World Pride!
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In celebration of all things World Pride, the team at TV Week have compiled a handy list of the very best LGBTQIA+ streaming content you can find.

You can thank us later!

Loud + Proud with Justin Hill

The series is Hayu’s first original content series.

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Hosted by veteran entertainment reported Justin Hill, this Hayu original series shines a light on the Australia LGBTQIA+ community with guests that include Samantha Jade, Jack Vidgen, Deni Todorovic, Alfie Arcuri, Mitch and Mark, Etcetera Etcetera, Dominique Topp, James Devlin, Carla from Bankstown and more, with special appearances from Andy Cohen and Lisa Vanderpump.

Consisting of six seven-minute conversations, aiming to spark meaningful conversations, as well as inspiring and educating viewers, the series covers everything from the impact of coming out and exploring the gender spectrum to owning your identity and parenthood and creating wider allyship in Australia and across the world.

“I hope our show can help the emerging LGBTQIA+ community to feel empowered, unashamed and unafraid to be their true selves. This series will bring World Pride back to where it started: celebrating who we are… with some glitter thrown in for good measure!” Justin Hill has said.

Tune in here.

Queer Eye

The Fab Five.

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Does this series really need any introduction?

Follow give gay men as they set out to help people reinvent their lives from wardrobes, grooming, diet, cultural pursuits and even home decor.

Originally launched in 2003, the show was rebooted in 2018 on Netflix with an all new ‘fab five’ cast that includes Jonathan Van Ness, Karamo Brown, Antoni Porowski, Tan France and Bobby Berk.

In the five years since the series was relaunched, Queer Eye has won numerous awards, and its strong representation of not just the LGBTQIA+ but also communities that have been underrepresented, including but not limited to people of colour.

So, grab some tissues and settle in for a serve of hip tips, emotionally charged makeovers and heartfelt reveals that are guaranteed to bring out all the feels.

Tune in here.

The Bi Life

Courtney is Australian drag royalty.

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Often an under-represented group when it comes to celebrating pride, this reality television dating show shines a spotlight on a group of bisexual+ singles on their quest to find love.

Featuring bi singles exploring the dating scene of Barcelona, the show is hosted by beloved Australian drag queen Courtney Act and has been celebrated for the light it has shone on bisexual visibility.

Tune in here.

Our Flag Means Death

Spoiler alert: Your heart will surely burst after watching the love story between these two.


This slow burn romantic comedy series features an all-star cast with Taika Waititi as Blackbeard and Rhys Darby as Stede Bonnet, the Gentleman Pirate.

Without spoiling too much, the show represents the omnipresent queer romances that bloom throughout its cast (or should we say crew) with lots of humour, and a tender subtlety that is sure to leave you feeling warm and fuzzy.

It truly is a hilarious bait and switch masterpiece, and a beautiful story of love in its most pure form.

Tune in here.

Ru Pauls Drag Race

Ru Paul is an iconic drag queen.

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Unless you’ve been sleeping under a rock for the last decade, we are sure you are familiar with RuPaul’s Drag Race and the various international iterations that have since been launched.

Bringing the art form of drag to mainstream audiences, the show has platformed drag queens (and more recently some drag queens) as well as increasing visibility of LGBTQIA+ stories and issues facing the community.

From fighting for marriage equality, to living with HIV and facing homophobia and transphobia, the show is full of heart as competitors celebrate their ‘chosen’ families and share in a beautiful atmosphere of sisterhood.

You’ll also be blown away by the sheer amount of talent and left in fits of laughter at the drama fuelled antics these queens get up to on set.

Warning: Tea is sure to be spilled when you watch!

Tune in here.

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