Since we’re all inside and could use a mental break from the chaos, we’ve launched Queer Stream, a series of short essays highlighting great queer TV and movies you can stream right now. Today we’re going to be doing things a little differently because we’re highlighting some of the great round ups people have written about queer TV shows. We’re a small publication, so we’ll never be able to cover nearly as much as these folks, but we can direct you to some great lists!
There’s bound to be some overlap on these lists, so we’ve picked out the best of the women loving women best on each list—and if you are looking for more books to read, make sure to take advantage of BellaBooks.com‘s Easter sale where you can get 20% off orders of $25 or more when you use the code: Bunny2020.
8 lists of spectacular queer TV
Riese over at Autostraddle has rounded up 41 lesbian, queer, and bisexual TV shows currently streaming on Amazon Prime. The shows are “ranked” based on the amount of queer content and include Tig Nataro’s One Mississippi, Anyone But Me, and Orphan Black.
Over at Insider, Ariana DiValentino gathers 11 of the best TV shows featuring LGBTQ+ storylines. Highlights include Orange is the New Black, The Bisexual, and Killing Eve.
Sam Damshenas pulls together 12 of the best LGBTQ TV shows you can stream right now. Shows that center women loving women include Broad City, Supergirl, and The L Word: Generation Q. Damshenas also wrote a round up of 45 of the best LGBTQ shows to binge in self-isolation—and where to watch them. Features include Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, Grey’s Anatomy, and I Am Not Okay With This.
Logo’s New Now Next features 13 new queer TV shows to watch this spring. Lester Fabian Brathwaite’s highlights include Feel Good, Motherland: Fort Salem, and Vagrant Queen. New Now Next’s XX rounds up 12 queer shows you can watch on the new streaming service Quibi. Highlights include Prodigy narrated by Megan Rapinoe and the untitled Cara Delevingne Show.
CBC Art’sPeter Knegt published a list of 10 ways to use the quarantine to become better people through queer film, TV, books, and movies. TV shows include Vida and Work in Progress.
Project Q Atlanta’s John Nail rounds up must-see LGBTQ TV and film, including Lip Service, The L Word (2004), and Steven Universe.