The month of June has come and gone after a flurry of Pride marches and events, quickly moving through the summer days. But just because June has moved on to July doesn’t mean Pride has too. As a part of Hulu’s "Pride Never Stops" campaign, they’re ensuring that Pride continues on all year long with a vast selection of diverse LGBTQ+ titles available for all subscribers on their “Pride Never Stops” hub. And when it comes to their array of content, there’s something for everyone.
There are LGBTQ+ classics, and then there are true LGBTQ+ classics. One of the films you’ll find in Hulu’s library on the “Pride Never Stops” hub is the iconic Cher and Christina Aguilera-starring Burlesquefeaturing Stanley Tucci as an out, gay character and partner to Cher’s musical revue proprietor. Featuring other LGBTQ+ icons like Alan Cumming and campy one-liners from Kristen Bell’s scene-stealing Nikki, this is a film that can be watched time and time again.
When you’re looking for lighter fare, there’s the old-school sitcom classics and the new crop of comedy valedictorians that we can’t stop watching. First up, Hulu has the riotous classic The Golden Girlsthat features a character that everyone in the community can relate to. Not only that, but The Golden Girls has launched classic LGBTQ+ moments, consistently being an ally to the community on and off the screen.
And then there’s the breakout hit ABC’sAbbott Elementary, which features Chris Perfetti’s out, gay school teacher Jacob Hill. Featuring a diverse cast of characters that consistently play to each other’s comedic strengths, Abbott Elementary is the ultimate show for fresh laughs.
Also providing laughs every week is the explicitly queer-friendly and supportive FOX’sBob’s Burgers, which boasts several LGBTQ+ characters on the animated sitcom. With gay icons like Tina Belcher and Bob Belcher, Bob’s Burgers is one of the most identifiable shows in animation for the community.
But sometimes we’re not looking for constant laughs. When looking for something beyond comedy, LGBTQ+ representation on Hulu’s “Pride Never Stops” hub has all your favorite genres, from drama to mystery, and fantasy as well.
Lastly, moving from mystery to fantasy, there’s the iconic Buffy the Vampire Slayer starring Sarah Michelle Gellar as the titular high schooler turned vampire hunter and destroyer of other forces of darkness. Streaming on Hulu, Buffy the Vampire Slayer features one of the most iconic LGBTQ+ couples in history. Revisiting Tara and Willow’s romance is a reminder of how their relationship was a major breakthrough for queer women storylines in the 1990s.