From Rosamund Pike’s steely flip in “I Care a Lot” to Henry Golding’s luminous “Monsoon” main man, there are queer titles for everybody.
Over a 12 months into lockdown, and we’ve all seemingly exhausted our current Netflix queues. Whether or not you devoured “Tiger King,” “Unorthodox,” or “Bridgerton,” Netflix had many worldwide hits with its unique content material — this, in a 12 months, aided by viewers with exponentially extra time at house. However these widespread titles are simply the tip of the iceberg in relation to Netflix’s choices, and it may be overwhelming navigating its mysterious algorithm.
LGBTQ neighborhood gathering areas have been already struggling earlier than the pandemic, and queer neighborhood is extra disparate than ever now. Gone are the “Drag Race” screenings at your native homosexual bar, or “The L Phrase: Era Q” premieres that deliver out all of your exes (and your exes’ exes). Left to our personal technical gadgets, we should flip to Netflix for some semblance of our former queer lives. Fortunately, Netflix has loads of titles — throughout each movie, tv, and comedy — that will help you bear in mind what neighborhood appears like.
For the needs of this record, we caught to lesser identified and newer titles, however “Moonlight,” “Carol,” “A Single Man,” and “I Am Divine” are all out there proper now. And should you slept on “Intercourse Training,” “Schitt’s Creek,” “The haunting of Bly Manor,” or “Grace & Frankie,” you’ve loads of time to catch up.
Listed here are 16 of one of the best LGBTQ films and TV exhibits on Netflix out there in 2021: