The Center for Diversity and Inclusion recommends the following shows:
- The Death and Life Of Marsha P Johnson: This film reexamines the death of a beloved icon of the trans world while celebrating the story of two landmark pioneers of the
- trans-rights movement, Marsha P. Johnson and Sylvia Rivera.
- Pose: In 1987 New York, LGBTQ ball fixture Blanca starts her own house, soon becoming mother to a gifted dancer and a sex worker in love with a yuppie client.
- Sense8: From the creators of "The Matrix" and "Babylon 5" comes this tense series in which eight people can telepathically experience each other's lives.
- Hollywood: Set in 1940s Tinseltown, this seven-episode limited series from Ryan Murphy and Executive Produced by Janet Mock
- The Half of It: When smart but cash-strapped teen Ellie Chu agrees to write a love letter for a jock, she doesn't expect to become his friend - or fall for his crush.Workin Moms: Season 4: Workin’ Moms follows four women stru.ggling to juggle parenthood with relationships Frankie is amongst the Moms, having recently had a bab through a sperm donor with her partner, Rhoda.
- The House of Flowers: This dark comedy follows the lives of a wealthy and dysfunctional Mexican family who owns a flower shop, it features characters with a diverse range of sexual, and gender identities.
- Cable Girls: Based around four women working at the brand-new National Telephone Company in late 1920s Madrid, this series follows Lidia, Carlota, Ángeles, and Marga as they discover new talents, find their voices, and overcome their own private tragedies.
- She-Ra and the Princess of Power: Soldier Adora finds a magic sword -- and her identity as legendary hero She-Ra. She joins the Rebellion, but her best friend stays with the evil Horde.
- I Am Not Okay With This: Tells the story of a teenager named Syd who's struggling to accept her sexuality and newfound superpowers, while also going through the awkwardness of high school.
- Queer Eye: Reality makeover show, five gay men known as the Fab Five help new "heroes" turn around their lives, helping them improve their knowledge of fashion, food and wine, interior design, grooming, and culture.
- Bojack Horseman: Story about mental health, sexuality, addiction, sexism, racism, trauma, and more, Bojack Horseman follows a washed-up actor looking to get his job back on track. His roommate Todd comes out as asexual in the third season.
- Moonlight: Portraying a Southern Black gay man from childhood to adulthood.
- Circus of Books: For decades, a nice Jewish couple ran Circus of Books, a porn shop and epicenter for gay LA
- Tangerine: This slice-of-life film showcases two trans women of color as they navigate work and relationship issues.
- Princess Cyd: Queer coming-of-age film. A film about the triumphs of surviving, overcoming pain and moving on to a better time.
- Kiki: Documentary about ballroom culture that centers queer people of color. This one is from 2016, taking place two and a half decades after “Paris is Burning.
- The L Word: This show is Sex and the City with hot LA lesbians, but even better, following the sexual escapades of a group of lesbians and bisexuals questioning their sexualities.
- Modern Family: American television mockumentary family sitcom
- Steven Universe: Animated television series created by Rebecca Sugar for Cartoon Network
- Lip Service: A British television serial drama portraying the lives of a group of lesbians living in Glasgow, Scotland
- Rocketman: Biopic about Elton john
- Portrait of a Lady on Fire: On an isolated island in Brittany at the end of the eighteenth century, a female painter is obliged to paint a wedding portrait of a young woman
- RuPaul's Drag Race: American reality competition television series, the first in the Drag Race Franchise.
- Motherland: A trio of witches are trained to become powerful weapons for the American military.
- OUT: New Animated Short Film Features Man Coming Out to His Family
- Marvel Runaways: Follows a group of six teenagers in the Marvel universe (also in Hulu)
- Love, Victor
- The Bisexual
- Queer as Folk
- Angels in America
- The Bold Type
- Alex Strangelove
- Orange is the New Black
- One Day at a Time
- Sex Education
- Schitt's Creek
- Wynonna Earp
- Made in Heaven
- When We Rise