Some of the best LGBTQ-focused and progressive shows right now! Check out the current(ish) series making their mark on TV today.
At 45-years-old, Abby begins to re-evaluate her life and perspective after her misfortune and despair lead her to a transformative relationship.
Hattie, a queer African American woman, hangs out with her two best friends as they all try to make their dreams come true while living in Los Angeles.
Former RuPaul’s Drag Race contestants Bob the Drag Queen, Eureka O’Hara and Shangela Laquifa Wadley help prepare small-town residents to step outside of their comfort zones and perform in a drag show.
After their father's untimely death, Nicholas and his two half-sisters are left to cope with not only a devastating loss, but also the realization that Nicholas is the one who will have to rise to the occasion and help the family… while he navigates his budding sexuality and independence.
The Queer Latinx series follows two sisters who are forced to move back to their childhood neighborhood after the death of their mother – only to discover the shocking truth about her identity.
The sequel series to The L Word brings the original group of friends back (with a few new faces) as they continue through the trials of life and love in Los Angeles.
A group of high school students explore modern sexuality, testing their conservative community’s beliefs about life, love, and family.
A young gay man with cerebral palsy branches out from his insular existence in hopes of finally going after the life he wants.
The ballroom scene goes to the small screen in this reality series where “houses” compete in vogue and dance challenges to win $100,000.
A chronicle of four friends in 1980s London, and how the developing AIDS crisis impacts their lives.
A coming-of-age drama focuses on two American kids who live on a fictional U.S. military base in Italy, exploring friendship, first love, and identity.
At a predominantly white Ivy League college, a group of black students navigate various forms of racial and other types of discrimination.
This FX drama spotlights LGBTQ stories through NYC's underground ball culture in the ‘80s and early ‘90s.
A young Emily Dickinson uses her outsider's perspective to explore the constraints of society, gender, and family in the 19th century.
Season 2 featured Denise's coming out story in "Thanksgiving," but Season 3 focuses on Denise and a queer love story between two women of color.
The everyday life of a Cuban-American family living under one roof: a newly divorced former military mother, her teenage daughter and tween son, and her old-school mother.
Set in the same world as Love, Simon, the series focuses on a new student at Creekwood High School and his journey of self-discovery.
Featuring television’s first queer female superhero of color, a principal with a secret identity is pulled back into the fight as an unwanted gang starts to take over the city.
A group of aspiring actors and filmmakers changed post-World War II Hollywood in this miniseries.
Soldier Adora finds a magic sword – and her identity as legendary hero She-Ra.
When a teen on the autism spectrum decides to get a girlfriend, his bid for more independence puts his whole family on a path of self-discovery.
A teenage boy with a sex therapist mother teams up with a classmate to set up an underground sex therapy clinic at school.
When three working-class teens enroll in an exclusive private school, the clash between them and the wealthy students leads to murder.
A group of high school students navigate love and friendships in a world of drugs, sex, trauma, and social media.
A wealthy family suddenly finds themselves completely broke with only one remaining asset – a small town called Schitt's Creek.
A young governess is hired by a man to look after his niece and nephew at their family country house. Soon after her arrival, strange things begin to occur.
RuPaul searches for “America’s next drag superstar” in this long-running competition series.
Kara finds her days of keeping her abilities a secret are over when super-secret agency head Hank Henshaw enlists her to help protect the city's citizens from threats, finally coming into her own as “Supergirl.” *The series also introduced TV’s first transgender superhero.