LGBTQIA+ Titles Streaming This Month on Philo:
1. Killing Eve: BBC America
Eve is a bored, desk-bound MI5 security officer until she meets Villanelle, an elusive and murderous hit woman with a flair for fashion. Eve is tasked with taking down her target, leading to a fierce game of cat and mouse and each woman equally obsessing over the other. Killing Eve is a quirky refreshingly entertaining twist on the classic spy thriller.
2. Queer Icon: Revry
Representation matters, and when it comes to the LGBTQ+ community, there’s still a long way to go. Queer Icons is an LGBTQ+ docuseries that profiles artists, musicians, actors, and athletes that are making strides and kicking down doors for all queer people.
3. Cooking with Pride: Tastemade
Ingrid Nilsen is serving up a side of candid discussion with every delicious dish! She teams up with foodies and prominent chefs to whip up hearty recipes while sharing personal stories and chatting about a myriad of issues including social activism, cannabis, and LGBTQIA+ experiences.
4. Out100: Revry
The Out100 list is Out Magazine’s most well-known and honored tradition. It’s a prestigious list that recognizes outstanding members of the LGBTQ+ community for culture shifting and ground-breaking impact nationwide. This year’s honorees include trailblazing actors, activists, influencers, and cultural icons including Janelle Monáe, Wilson Cruz, Janaya Khan, and many more!
5. The Millennial Experience: Revry
The Millennial Experience is one part dance-for-film and one part LGBTQ documentary, seeking to uplift the voices of the women, LGBTQIA+, and BIPOC communities. The film explores cultural appropriation vs appreciation, LGBTQIA+ culture, feminism and the impact of these issues on the millennial generation, making it a great movie to watch during Pride Month.
6. RuPaul’s Drag Race: VH1
Sashay, shante, and work the runway! RuPaul invites 13 sickening queens to compete for a chance to become the next Drag Superstar and snatch that coveted crown. Tune in to see the show stopping looks, the epic lip sync show downs, and a few special guest judges..
7. Queer Eye’s Guide to Being Sexier: People TV
The Fab Five are coming to People TV and they’re sharing pro-tips on how to get that sexy spark back. They’ll use their expertise on grooming, design, and culture to help Terry, a Mid-Western contractor, transform into a sexier version of himself.
8. Schitt’s Creek: Comedy Central
In this LGBTQ+ TV show, a wealthy couple—video store magnate Johnny and his soap opera star wife Moira—suddenly find themselves completely broke. Their only one remaining asset is a small town called Schitt’s Creek, which the Roses bought years earlier as a joke. Now this couple and their two spoiled children must give up the lives they once knew and face their newfound poverty head on as a family—their survival depends on it!
Billy Porter will be serving up Presidential realness as he delivers the 2021 LGBTQ State of the Union, reflecting on the tragedy and triumphs of this past year and looking to the year ahead for the LGBTQ community.
10. The TS Madison Experience: WE tv
Fearless, funny, and outspoken social media star TS Madison is prepared to achieve her dreams of superstardom and she’s taking fans along for the ride. Tune in and watch this LGBTQ+ TV series to see how this self-made diva is taking the world by storm with her friends and chosen family by her side.