Pride Month is here and it shows. Everywhere you look this month, we're here, queer, and on your screens. From returning favorites to new obsessions, June has plenty of queer and LGBTQ+ inclusive viewing to keep you entertained all throughout Pride month.
All film and series descriptions are courtesy of their respective studios and networks.
‘Generation Drag’ — June 1
"Generation Drag follows Jameson, Noah, Vinny, Bailey, and Nabela as they prep for Dragutante -- a first-of-its-kind drag ball event for teens and tweens. In this inspiring documentary series, the teens juggle the pressures of being young adults, while pursuing drag greatness. Between the glitz and glam, ups and downs, and nerve-rattling stakes, their parents and 'drag moms' guide them along the tumultuous journey to the ultimate Dragutante stage located in Denver, Colorado."
"The Book of Queer, a five-episode series, celebrating and recognizing the incredible history of the LGBTQ+ community, will be narrated by notable queer game changers including Dominique Jackson, Leslie Jordan, Ross Mathews, Alex Newell, and Margaret Cho. The socially impactful series will be supported by an entirely queer ensemble cast, recreating some of history's most notable moments, and over a dozen scholars of queer history. Capping off each episode, an original song and music video will be performed by queer artists including Betty Who, VINCINT, Shawnee Kish, Mila Jam, and Kaleena Zanders."
"In a faraway future, on a wild and untamed female inhabited planet called After Blue, a lonely teenager named Roxy unknowingly releases a mystical, dangerous, and sensual assassin from her prison. Roxy and her mother Zora (Elina Lowensohn) are held accountable, banished from their community, and forced to track the murderer named Kate Bush down. Haunted by the spirits of her murdered friends, Roxy starts a long journey pacing the supernatural territories of this filthy paradise. "
After Blue (Dirty Paradise) premieres in theaters on June 3.
‘Benediction’ — June 3
"Written and directed by acclaimed filmmaker Terence Davies, Benediction explores the turbulent life of WWI poet Siegfried Sassoon (Jack Lowden). The writer and soldier was a complex man who survived the horrors of fighting in the First World War and was decorated for his bravery but who became a vocal critic of the government's continuation of the war when he returned from service. His poetry was inspired by his experiences on the Western Front, and he became one of the leading war poets of the era. Adored by members of the aristocracy as well as stars of London's literary and stage world, he embarked on affairs with several men as he attempted to come to terms with his homosexuality. At the same time, broken by the horror of war, he made his life's journey a quest for salvation, trying to find it within the conformity of marriage and religion."
Benediction premieres in theaters June 3.
‘The Boys’ (Season 3) — June 3
"It's been a year of calm. Homelander's subdued. Butcher works for the government, supervised by Hughie of all people. But both men itch to turn this peace and quiet into blood and bone. So when The Boys learn of a mysterious Anti-Supe weapon, it sends them crashing into the Seven, starting a war, and chasing the legend of the first Superhero: Soldier Boy."
Season three of this queer inclusive series premieres on Prime Video June 3.
‘Fire Island’ — June 3
"A group of queer best friends gather in Fire Island Pines for their annual week of love and laughter, but a sudden change of events might make this their last summer in gay paradise."
"Neptune Frost takes place in the hilltops of Burundi, where a group of escaped coltan miners form an anti-colonialist computer hacker collective. From their camp in an otherworldly e-waste dump, they attempt a takeover of the authoritarian regime exploiting the region's natural resources - and its people. When an intersex runaway and an escaped coltan miner find each other through cosmic forces, their connection sparks glitches within the greater divine circuitry. Set between states of being - past and present, dream and waking life, colonized and free, male and female, memory and prescience - Neptune Frost is an invigorating and empowering direct download to the cerebral cortex and a call to reclaim technology for progressive political ends."
Neptune Frost premieres June 3 in theaters.
‘P-Valley’ (Season 2) — June 3
"When darkness descends upon Chucalissa, errybody and they mama must fight tooth and talon to survive. While some take flight to perilous new heights, others dig in their stilettos and stand their ground no matter the cost. Back at The Pynk, Autumn and [non-binary club owner] Uncle Clifford grapple for the throne as new blood shakes up the locker room. Meanwhile, with the casino's fate hanging in the balance, the local political machine kicks into overdrive. In these unprecedented times, death and danger lurk around every corner."
Season two of P-Valley premieres June 3 on Starz.
‘Trixie Motel’ — June 3
"Glamorous drag superstar, Trixie Mattel, will expand her outrageously fun empire into the hospitality industry, erecting the 'gaggiest, most iconic motel that has ever existed' in her new series Trixie Motel. The eight-episode series will follow Trixie, her partner and property co-owner, David Silver, and her team as they tackle the massive overhaul of a ramshackle mid-century motel in Palm Springs, California. After spending nearly two million dollars to buy the dilapidated property, Trixie and David will recruit a slew of spectacular helpers to complete the project in time to kick off Pride Month with a grand opening extravaganza."
"Ms. Marvel is a new, original series that introduces Kamala Khan, a Muslim American teenager growing up in Jersey City. An avid gamer and a voracious fan-fiction scribe, Kamala is a Super Hero megafan with an oversized imagination -- particularly when it comes to Captain Marvel. Yet Kamala feels like she doesn't fit in at school and sometimes even at home -- that is, until she gets superpowers like the heroes she's always looked up to. Life gets better with superpowers, right?"
This queer inclusive series premieres June 8 on Disney+.
‘Brat Loves Judy’ (Season 2) — June 9
"Legendary rapper Da Brat and her multi-millionaire CEO girlfriend, Jesseca 'Judy' Dupart, pull the curtain back to offer an unprecedented, never-before-seen look at their extravagant world. Pending nuptials are on the horizon, but debt, familial burdens, and stresses within their home shine a light on serious issues just below the surface. As the powerhouse couple navigates a new life together, parents and friends invade their love nest, calling into question the expectations they have for one another in a relationship."
"Queer as Folk is a vibrant reimagining of the groundbreaking British series created by Russell T. Davies, exploring a diverse group of friends in New Orleans whose lives are transformed in the aftermath of a tragedy."
"90 Day Fiance: Love In Paradise will follow three new and two returning couples with so much at stake, they risk more than just a broken heart by putting their relationships with family and friends on the line. This season includes not only brand new sultry locations but also two LGBTQ+ couples -- a first for the 90 Day franchise. Tensions rise and secrets unfold as these couples attempt to join their vastly different lifestyles together and they realize that their compatibility during a short-lived vacation romance may not be suitable for a lasting connection."
90 Day Fiance: Love in Paradise premieres June 10 on discovery+.
‘Fairfax’ (Season 2) — June 10
"The gang-gang is back for more fun in season two of this irreverent animated comedy following the misadventures of four middle schoolers looking to earn their place in the culture. It's a modern look at the timeless struggle to fit in and stand out, hold on to your ride-or-die crew, and kiss your first crush -- who may or may not be A.I."
Season two of of this queer inclusive series premieres on Prime Video June 10.
‘First Kill’ — June 10
"When it's time for teenage vampire Juliette (Sarah Catherine Hook) to make her first kill so she can take her place among a powerful vampire family, she sets her sights on a new girl in town named Calliope (Imani Lewis). But much to Juliette's surprise, Calliope is a vampire hunter from a family of celebrated slayers. Both find that the other won't be so easy to kill and, unfortunately, way too easy to fall for."
First Kill premieres on Netflix June 10.
‘For All Mankind’ (Season 3) — June 10
"For All Mankind season two picks up a decade later in 1983. It's the height of the Cold War and tensions between the United States and the USSR are at their peak. Ronald Reagan is president and the greater ambitions of science and space exploration are at threat of being squandered as the U.S. and Soviets go head-to-head to control sites rich in resources on the moon.
The Department of Defense has moved into Mission Control, and the militarization of NASA becomes central to several characters' stories: some fight it, some use it as an opportunity to advance their own interests, and some find themselves at the height of a conflict that may lead to nuclear war."
Season three of this queer-inclusive series premieres June 10 on Apple TV+.
‘Hollywood Houselift with Jeff Lewis’ — June 10
"In the first season of Hollywood Houselift, renowned house flipper, interior designer, and radio host Jeff Lewis is reintroduced to audiences as a successful single father and businessman running his thriving company, Jeff Lewis Design. Jeff's no-nonsense attitude and celebrated California-classic, modern design aesthetic continue to attract a wide variety of famous clients seeking his expertise with home improvements on every scale."
Hollywood Houselift with Jeff Lewis premieres June 10 on Freevee.
‘Jurassic World: Dominion’ — June 10
"Jurassic World: Dominion takes place four years after Isla Nublar has been destroyed. Dinosaurs now live -- and hunt -- alongside humans all over the world. This fragile balance will reshape the future and determine, once and for all, whether human beings are to remain the apex predators on a planet they now share with history's most fearsome creatures." This entry in the franchise introduces its first bisexual character, Kayla Watts (DeWanda Wise).
"This season finds Victor going on a journey of self-discovery -- not only deciding who he wants to be with, but more broadly, who he wants to be. With their post-high-school-plans looming, Victor and his friends are faced with a new set of problems that they must work through to make the best choices for their futures."
"Based on the graphic novels from award-winning [trans] creator Hamish Steele's horror-comedy graphic novels Deadendia, the series follows the adventures of Barney, Norma, and magical-talking-dog Pugsley, as they balance their summer jobs at the local theme park haunted house while battling the totally real supernatural forces that dwell within it. Together with their guide to the underworld multiplane, a sardonic thousand-year-old demon named Courtney, they'll face zombie mascots, demonic game show hosts, sleep-sucking witches, and the scariest thing of all: their first crushes!"
Dead End: Paranormal Park premieres on Netflix June 16.
‘Rutherford Falls’ (Season 2) — June 16
"In season two of Peacock's hit comedy Rutherford Falls, life-long best buds Nathan Rutherford (Ed Helms) and Reagan Wells (Jana Schmieding) help each other tackle work, romance, and major changes to their small town and the Native American reservation it borders, initiated by Tribal Casino C.E.O. Terry Thomas (Michael Greyeyes)." Bobbie, played by nonbinary actor Jessie Leigh, returns to steal every scene in season two.
Rutherford Falls returns June 16 on Peacock.
‘Cocoon’ — June 17
"Nora, a shy 14-year-old Berlin girl, will never forget this way too hot summer. Surrounded by people with disrupted biographies, from different cultures and backgrounds, she makes her way into adulthood. Nora gets her first period, falls in love with another girl, learns to stand up for herself, and gets her heart broken for the first time. When summer ends, things will never be the same again for Nora."
Cocoon premieres June 17 in theaters.
‘The Lake’ — June 17
"The Lake follows Justin (Jordan Gavaris) as he returns from living abroad after a break-up with his long-term partner, in the hope of reconnecting with the biological daughter that he gave up for adoption in his teens. His plans to create new memories with his city-loving daughter Billie (Madison Shamoun) at the idyllic lake from his childhood go awry when he finds out his father left the family cottage to his 'picture-perfect' stepsister, Maisy-May (Julia Stiles)."
The Lake premieres June 17 on Prime Video.
‘Lightyear’ — June 17
"The sci-fi action-adventure presents the definitive origin story of Buzz Lightyear -- the hero who inspired the toy -- introducing the legendary Space Ranger who would win generations of fans." Lightyear will introduce audiences to a new queer character in the Toy Story universe, Hawthorne (Uzo Aduba).
"Andrew (Keiynan Lonsdale) has a major problem: He can't stay away from the toxic boyfriend who just dumped him. His meddling friends (Dylan Sprouse and Sarah Hyland) decide to help him by creating 'Cristiano,' a perfect fake boyfriend on social media.
Problem solved, right? Wrong! As Cristiano goes viral and becomes a worldwide sensation, Andrew meets his real-life dream guy, Rafi, a charming restaurant owner. Now, Andrew must find a way to put an end to the fake fling, evade his jealous ex, and win Rafi's heart in this fun and hilarious comedy about the crazy things we do for love."
My Fake Boyfriend premieres June 17 on Prime Video.
‘Motherland: Fort Salem’ (Season 3) — June 21
"The end of season two left Abigail, Tally, Raelle, and Scylla fugitives on the run. Now without a military nor a home, they seek protection alongside the Dodger community in the Cession -- but laying low and staying out of trouble has never been their strong suit. With witch hunters working against them from inside the White House, our heroes must call upon ancient forces in the final battle for their right to exist."
This queer series returns for its third and final season June 21 on Freeform.
‘The Umbrella Academy’ (Season 3) — June 22
"After putting a stop to 1963's doomsday, the Umbrella Academy return home to the present, convinced they prevented the initial apocalypse and fixed this godforsaken timeline once and for all. But after a brief moment of celebration, they realize things aren't exactly (okay, not at all) how they left them. Enter the Sparrow Academy. Smart, stylish, and about as warm as a sea of icebergs, the Sparrows immediately clash with the Umbrellas in a violent face-off that turns out to be the least of everyone's concerns."
Elliot Page returns as Viktor Hargreeves in season three June 22 on Netflix.
‘The One That Got Away’ — June 24
"It may seem like an impossible feat to track down The One That Got Away, but for these lucky singles, that dream becomes a reality. In this time-traveling, [LGBTQ+ inclusive], experimental dating series hosted by [queer] pop-icon, singer/songwriter Betty Who, six people searching for their soulmates are given the chance to explore a lifetime of missed connections as one by one, people from their pasts enter through 'The Portal' to surprise them and take their shot at love."
The One That Got Away premieres June 24 on Prime Video.