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A Guide to Pride Month Content on TV: Live Streams of Pride Parades and More

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Pride Month, and the history and achievements of LGBTQ communities will be celebrated across the TV landscape with series and specials, including live streaming coverage of Pride parades in Los Angeles and New York.In addition to a slew of new content tied to Pride month, older titles centered on queer people and characters will become newly available in June.

For one, after being out of the streaming world for about six months, all six seasons of “Glee” will debut on Hulu and Disney+ on June 1.

Also going to Hulu are Season 1 and 2 of the Starz drama “Vida” on June 7 and the coming-of-age romance film “Wildhood” on June 24.

Along with Hulu’s new Pride Month content, these additions will be housed on the platform’s Pride Never Stops hub, first launched in 2019.

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