Hey everyone, today I'm bringing some LGBT+ tv shows for you to watch!
SKAM is a norwegian web series by NRK, it was huge success in Norway and worldwide. The series has 4 seasons which contains about 10 episodes each and each episode lasts around 20min. Each season you get see what happens in the life of the characters that study in Hartvig Nissen, a school in Oslo. During season 3, you get to see Isak struggling with accepting what he is and falling in love with another guy. Each season brings us an important message. You should definitely watch.
2. SENSE8 [+18]
Sense8 is a netflix original. 8 people around the world are connected by their minds, they get to share their abilities with each other and "visit" the other, doesn't matter where they are in the planet. We have a trans actress playing the character of Nomi Marks, an incredible hacker. We also have a gay character (which I won't say who it so I don't spoil it) as one of the 8 main characters. Each of them has a special ability and have a background story and struggles. This is not the kind of tv show you would like to watch with your family, just saying.
Special is a distinctive and uplifting new series about a young gay man, Ryan with mild cerebral palsy who decides to rewrite his identity and finally go after the life he wants.
4. PLEASE LIKE ME
Please Like Me is an aussie tv show that explores realistic issues with humorous tones. Josh realizes after his girlfriend broke up with him that he is gay. It's a very chill serie.
5. EUPHORIA [+16]
Euphoria is a HBO series that shows a group of students during high school and their experiences with sex, drugs, friends, love. We have a trans actress as one of the main characters playing Jules. Rue, played by Zendaya, is discovering her own sexuality when she falls in love with Jules. Warning, don't watch it with your family.
6. LOVE, VICTOR
Love, Victor is a spin-off of the movie "Love, Simon". Victor Salazar moves to Atlanta with his family. There he makes new friends and start dating a girl named Mia which at first he thinks he is in love with. Victor exchanges texts with Simon, from the movie "Love, Simon" and they talk about Victor's daily problems and acceptance problems. Victor has a crush in Benji, a guy that he attends his school and he works with at the café. Benji is openly gay and doesn't like to hide it, while Victor has a religious family which he is worried about how they will react and he has to worry about Mia as well. It's a really good tv series, it's available on Hulu.
Edited by: Vibrational