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Hulu’s “Pride Never Stops” Amplifying LGBTQ+ Voices with Pride March Livestreams and New Stories

Hulu’s “Pride Never Stops” Amplifying LGBTQ+ Voices with Pride March Livestreams and New Stories

Inside Hulu’s “Pride Never Stops” initiative that takes Pride from the streets to your home.

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Although Pride happens nationwide and around the world, there are still many areas that don’t get to enjoy it during the month of June. Pride partners have worked to make each event more accessible by showing their support and encouraging people to show up. And there’s one Pride partner that is working to ensure that everyone can experience Pride even if they’re unable to attend in person.

Since 2022, Hulu has used its platform to livestream both the Los Angeles and New York City Pride marches to all Hulu subscribers via their “Pride Never Stops” hub. Their commitment to the LGBTQ+ community involves bringing Pride straight into people’s homes, and this year, they are looking beyond the Los Angeles and New York City marches and have added livestreams from Houston, Chicago, and San Francisco as well!

The 53rd annual Los Angeles Pride Parade will livestream on Hulu on Sunday, June 11 from 11am - 1pm PT. Houston Pride will livestream on Saturday, June 24 from 7 - 9pm CT, and “Pride Across America” featuring coverage from New York City, Chicago, and San Francisco will livestream on Sunday, June 25 from 11am - 4pm ET.

This type of accessibility during Pride month ensures that the LGBTQ+ community can feel connected and seen. Hulu is also committed to celebrating Pride all year long, with its robust library of content in the “Pride Never Stops” hub. Here, subscribers can experience highly curated LGBTQ+ series and films to watch any time. Below are just a few of the exciting premieres coming to Hulu this June:

Hosted by actor Neil Patrick Harris, drag superstar Bianca Del Rio, and actress Haneefah Wood, Drag Me to Dinner is an unapologetic sendup of traditional reality competition shows with riotous, format-busting, fourth-wall-breaking antics while two teams of drag queens go head-to-head to throw the best drag dinner party of all time.

There is also the spinoff competition series of Skin Wars, Skin Wars: Fresh Paint, hosted by RuPaul Charles. In this body painting competition series, six artists will be guided by their mentors as they battle in body painting for the first time.

And when it comes to Hulu original films, there’s the new Jagged Mind, starring Maisie Richardson-Sellers and Shannon Woodward as a new couple that deals with Richardson-Sellers’ character suffering blackouts and strange visions that make her feel like she’s living the same moments over and over.

There’s a lot more Pride content to check out in Hulu’s Pride Never Stops hub, throughout the month of June and beyond.

Livestream on Hulu: LA Prideis on 6/11 from 11:00am-1:00pm PT only; Houston Pride is on 6/24 from 7:00pm-9:00pm CT only; New York Pride, Chicago Pride and San Francisco Pride are on 6/25 from 11:00am-4:00pm ET only.

Times subject to change.Requires Hulu or Hulu (No Ads) base plan subscription.

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