Shout! Factory TV’s Curated Pride Month Collection Celebrates LGBTQIA+ Stories And Icons
Celebrate Pride from the comfort of your own home with Shout! Factory TV’s selection of entertainment by and for the LGBTQIA+ community with a streaming playlist that spans genres and decades. We’ve curated the best films and television from our collection to present for your viewing pleasure! So expand your pop culture horizons or settle in with your favorite stars, these are all accessible on our linear channels and on demand.
Head over to our Pride Month playlist to explore the titles for yourself, or read on for a few of our favorites with the newest additions to our catalog noted with an asterisk.
Bedrooms And Hallways: At the suggestion of a straight friend, Leo joins a men’s group, where he causes some upsets by declaring his attraction to one of its members. This is director Rose Troche’s follow-up film to her groundbreaking directorial debut Go Fish (1994), a lesbian love story. [Comedy]*
The Carol Burnett Show: A slate of episodes with American actor, comedian and game show panelist Paul Lynde are part of our regular rotation on both Shout! Factory TV and The Carol Burnett Show Channel, and we’ve gathered the best of the best here. [Television]
Hollow Reed: Following the break-up of his marriage after revealing his homosexuality, Martin loses custody of his son Oliver to his now ex-wife Hannah and her new partner Frank, who is not as he appears. Martin then must begin a custody battle to protect his son. Directed by Angela Pope. [Drama]*
The Johnny Carson Show: Hollywood Icons of the ’70s – Jodie Foster: In a blast from the past, Yale student and movie star Jodie Foster joins Johnny Carson to chat about college life, John Hinckley, and working with Peter O’Toole in this 1983 episode. [Television]
Liza In New Orleans and Liza With A “Z”: Double up your fun with Liza Minnelli in concert at the New Orleans Theatre of the Performing Arts and her Emmy-winning television concert, directed and choreographed by Bob Fosse. [Concert]
A Man Of No Importance: A friendly, poetry-quoting bus conductor – played by Albert Finney – wants to stage Oscar Wilde’s play, Salome, with passengers on his bus in 1963 Dublin. Writer Barry Devlin also wrote the song “The Man Who Built America” from Academy Award-winning film CODA. [Comedy]*
Three of Hearts: A Postmodern Family: A documentary that explores the very unique trio union between Sam, Steven, and Samantha as they negotiate their living arrangements, fall in love, and open one of the hottest wellness centers in New York City. [Documentary]*
* New to our channel
The Pride Month playlist encompasses just a handful of the many groundbreaking, funny, and poignant films and television shows that are available for viewing on demand on ShoutFactoryTV.com; Shout! Factory TV’s Roku, Amazon Fire, Apple TV, and Android apps; and on various Shout! Factory TV branded channels, including Tubi, Amazon Prime Channels, and the Roku Channel.