Home What's New on Netflix Top 5 Best New LGBTQ+ friendly shows to stream on Netflix

Top 5 Best New LGBTQ+ friendly shows to stream on Netflix [2022]


If you’re a girl looking for an amorous relationship with girls (or boys), we’ve got a top tip. Forget about bars or social clubs where you’ve no way of knowing anything about the background of any bi-single you approach.

Try an online dating platform.

These convenient resources will help you connect with someone on your wavelength. If you enjoy watching LGBTQ+-friendly Netflix content, algorithms will point you towards site users sharing your passions.


LGBTQ+ friendly shows

Before embarking on bisexual chat online, how about some excellent shows to suggest watching together? Here are five of the best.

Top 5 Best New LGBTQ+ friendly shows to stream on Netflix:

1: Atypical

IMDB Rating: 8.3 Click here To Watch
Genre: Teen Programs 13+

Created by Robia Rashid, a Pakistani-American TV producer, and writer, Atypical focuses on the lives of 18-year-old Sam Gardner (Keir Gilchrist), who is on the autism spectrum, and who must navigate the intricacies of a relationship with Izzie (Brigette Lundy-Paine).

Gilchrist’s performance as the troubled teenager has earned multiple plaudits over four seasons, and although there was some criticism for the lack of autistic actors on its debut, there are has autistic writers and performers from series 2 onwards.

With award nominations and a consistently warm reception, the issues covered include LGBTQ-oriented storylines. This would be a perfect, light, engaging but also thought-provoking watch for your date night.

2:Feel Good:

IMDB Rating: 7.5Click here To Watch
Genre: Romantic TV Drama18+

Starring Joe Hampson and Mae Martin, this comedy-drama from the UK has been termed semi-autobiographical and stars Mae and Joe as themselves, and Charlotte Ritchie as George, Mae’s love lesbian interest.

We follow the romance between George and Mae as it evolves and has to navigate some of the trials and tribulations of modern life.

George is from a more repressed background, where her sexual orientation has caused her issues, while Mae has struggled with narcotic dependency, as well as performing stand-up comedy.

In series 2 Mae is diagnosed as suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder.

3: American Horror Story

IMDB Rating: 6.1 Click here To Watch
Genre: Romantic TV Drama18+

Since its debut 11 years ago, this Ryan Murphy (again!) horror anthology series has become one of the most widely-watched dramas across the globe.

Featuring a stellar ensemble cast, including Evan Peters, Angela Bassett, Kathy Bates, Sarah Paulson, Jessica Lange, Frances Conroy, and many others, there are enough jump scares, wonderful characterization, and a toe-tapping musical backdrop to keep you entertained on date night.

Each season has different plotlines, varying from a young couple living in a house where the ghosts seem only too real, covens of witches, a brutally-run asylum for the criminally insane, and also the post-apocalyptic end of the world.

Amongst AHS’s numerous powerful LGBTQ+ characters, there are standouts by Sarah Paulson (playing a two-headed female in a circus freak show in one memorable episode!) The even better news – new seasons are in the pipeline!

4: Big Mouth:

IMDB Rating: 7.9 Click here To Watch
Genre: Sitcoms +18

Big Mouth follows a group of 7th-grade students as they deal with all the awkward highs and lows of adolescence and puberty this herald.

Based on the New York suburban upbringing of co-creators Nick Kroll and Andrew Goldberg, this animation is dazzlingly presented, allowing the storylines to include everything from hormone monsters to a selection of other equally bizarre supernatural entities that help steer the teenagers through potentially tricky phases of their development.

This has run for five seasons, and the madcap and often blue comedy has received critical and audience acclaim, especially for its portrayal of topics like coming out and biphobia, and trans issues.

5: First Kill

IMDB Rating: 7.9 Click here To Watch
Genre: Fantasy TV Programs+18

Although this falls into the category of worthwhile Netflix series that only made it to one season, enough is going on in this recent supernatural drama for teenagers to make it arresting for viewers of all ages.

If you loved Twilight, you’ll appreciate this LGBT-friendly take on the age-old vampire story.

So these were our top picks for New LGBTQ+ friendly shows to stream on Netflix 2022.

David Is a Tech Geek, He Loves to Share his personal experiences on It'sDailyTech.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here