We all want to spend our free time with an enjoyable and engaging show. Whether you are a TV addict or not, there are so many options to choose from if you want to change your show routine.
I’ve listed some of the best gay TV shows and series that I have watched and I think that you’ll love them too.
1. Our Flag Means Death
2. The Legend of Master Legend
3. The L Word
4. Queer Eye: The Ultimate Makeover
Our Flag Means Death is a story about the first African American female spy, Violeta “Vee” Delgado and her partner John Edison, who infiltrate a white nationalist group plotting to take over the United States.
This TV series addresses the history of LGBTQ viewers being let down by television by making the program obviously gay, even though Stede and Ed don’t first appear to be. It presents a number of people whose relationships and LGBTQ identities are considered as commonplace in their environment.
The Legend of Master Legend is a drama that centers around the protagonist’s adventures in the life of his alter-ego, an old man known as Master Legend who has had many adventures in his life. The narrative is also framed by a series of interviews with people who knew Master Legend and were touched by his gay actions, which the author believes is important because it demonstrates the impact that he had on people’s lives.
The main protagonist, Joshua, is the son of Master Legend and he creates a new identity for him after his death. This story also revolves around the lives of gay people and its theme is homosexuality.
In The L Word, the lives of each of the women that participates in the show is detailed as they struggle to accept their sexuality, relationships, and careers. The first episode of the show features a lesbian wedding which takes place in San Francisco’s gay neighborhood, Castro. It is all about solving confusions about homosexuality and gender.In the first episode of season 3, Alice and Bette make their relationship official with a legal ceremony on top of a car in the Castro.
“The L Word” is a television series about a group of lesbian friends living in Los Angeles. The show was created by Ilene Chaiken and Jennifer Finney Boylan who, along with the cast and crew, aimed to offer “a new way for people to meet their lesbian potential”.It is set in the 1990s and it portrays life experiences that took place during that time frame. It focuses on how various women are on the journey of discovering their sexuality.
Queer Eye is an American reality television series that premiered on June 23rd, 2003 on Bravo and features five gay men (Kyan Douglas, Jonathan Van Ness, Ant oni Prejean, Bobby Berk and Tan France) who make over a series of people in need. It is the second spin-off of Queer Eye for the Straight Guy and the first such show to be broadcast on cable. Queer Eye was originally Netflix’s next original series after Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, but the streaming service canceled it in November 2018.
So if you want to watch some of the best gay TV shows and series, add the above 4 in your list and enjoy.