Everything Gay Coming to Streaming Services in December

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Dec. 12

Asteroid City (2023)

Asteroid City takes place in a fictional American desert town circa 1955. The itinerary of a Junior Stargazer/Space Cadet convention (organized to bring together students and parents from across the country for fellowship and scholarly competition) is spectacularly disrupted by world-changing events.

Dec. 19

Every Body 

Every Body, Julie Cohen’s new documentary, details the lives of three intersex people. Alicia Roth Weigel, Sean Saifa Wall and River Gallo tell their stories of growing up intersex and the shame, secrecy, and non-consensual surgeries they endured.


Dec. 1

Hustlers (2019)

Hustlers follows a crew of savvy former strip club employees who band together to turn the tables on their Wall Street clients. The film was inspired by the article published by New York Magazine entitled “The Hustlers at Scores” written by Jessica Pressler.

Magic Mike XXL (2015)

Three years after he retired from stripping, Mike (Channing Tatum) reunites with the rest of the Kings of Tampa for a blowout final performance in Myrtle Beach, S.C.

Dec. 6

We Live Here: The Midwest 

We Live Here: The Midwest explores timely, personal stories of LGBTQIA+ families who strive to build lives in their communities despite biased legislation and mounting prejudice.

Dec. 9


Joe Petrus is living the American dream: he’s a fiancé to Jules, dad to Frankie and Bud, and starting his own business in a sleepy suburban town. But unbeknownst to his family, Joe has a secret.

Three years ago, Joe was recruited by notorious British criminal Dianne Harewood to join her crew and take part in a high-stakes crime – one that promised to make Joe rich and provide him with a brand-new life. And now, his dangerous past is about to catch up with him. When a killer starts targeting the crew behind the crime, Joe realizes that the only way to keep his family safe is to return to London, make contact with his old gang, and track down Dianne.

Dec. 14

Blue Jean (2022)

England, 1988 – Margaret Thatcher’s Conservative government is about to pass a law stigmatizing gays and lesbians, forcing Jean, a P.E. teacher, to live a double life. As pressure mounts from all sides, the arrival of a new girl at school catalyzes a crisis that will challenge Jean to her core.


Dec. 17

Fellow Travelers, Series Finale

Created by Oscar nominee Ron Nyswaner (Philadelphia, Homeland), based on the novel by Thomas Mallon, Fellow Travelers is an epic love story and political thriller, chronicling the volatile romance of two very different men who meet in McCarthy-era Washington. Matt Bomer plays handsome, charismatic Hawkins Fuller, who maintains a financially rewarding, behind-the scenes career in politics. Hawkins avoids emotional entanglements – until he meets Tim Laughlin (Jonathan Bailey), a young man brimming with idealism and religious faith. They begin a romance just as Joseph McCarthy and Roy Cohn declare war on “subversives and sexual deviants,” initiating one of the darkest periods in 20th-century American history.

Over the course of four decades, we follow our five main characters — Hawk, Tim, Marcus (Jelani Alladin), Lucy (Allison Williams), and Frankie (Noah J. Ricketts) – as they cross paths through the Vietnam War protests of the 1960s, the drug-fueled disco hedonism of the 1970s, and the AIDS crisis of the 1980s, while facing obstacles in the world and in themselves.


Dec. 10

Christmas On Cherry Lane 

Jonathan Bennett is back as the reigning holiday King. In this film, he stars alongside Vincent Rodriguez III as a happy couple about to have a baby.

Dec. 18

Friends & Family Christmas

Starring queer actors Humberly González and Ali Liebert, Friends & Family Christmas is another Hallmark original. It’s photographer meets lawyer meets fake dating to get their parents off their back. And we can’t wait!

“Daniella and Amelia agree to pretend they’re dating to appease their respective parents during the holidays. However, as they spend more time together, they start to build a connection that’s deeper than either of them could have hoped for.”


Dec. 9: Doctor Who: The Giggle

Dec. 2: Doctor Who: Wild Blue Yonder

Dec. 25: Doctor Who Holiday Special: The Church on Ruby Road

Following David Tennant and Catherine Tate’s return in a three-part special, Sex Education‘s Ncuti Gatwa will take over as the fifteenth Doctor. He will be joined by Ruby Sunday, played by Millie Gibson, as well as Jinkx Monsoon and Knock at the Cabin‘s Jonathan Groff.


Dec. 1

May December

From acclaimed director Todd Haynes, May December is “masterful,” “spellbinding,” “a wicked complex delight.” Starring Natalie Portman, Julianne Moore, and Charles Melton.

Dec. 20


Leonard Bernstein is considered one of the most important conductors of his time and was the first American conductor to receive international acclaim. However, from what we can tell from the trailer and reviews of the film, Maestro will focus less on the music and more on the “lifelong relationship between Leonard Bernstein and Felicia Montealegre Cohn Bernstein.”

Much to our delight, Matt Bomer will play one of Bernstein’s lovers. Unsurprisingly, we are eager to see him share the screen with Bradley Cooper.

Dec. 22

Rebel Moon — Part One: A Child of Firen

From Zack Snyder, the filmmaker behind 300, Man of Steel, and Army of the Dead, comes Rebel Moon, a 2-part movie event decades in the making.

Kora, a mysterious stranger, finds herself on a distant moon and joins a peaceful farming community. When tyrants discover the farmers’ unwitting dealings with insurgents, Kora and farmer Gunnar embark on a quest to assemble a diverse group of warriors for a redemption-seeking rebellion. With an awakened ancient protector, Jimmy, the newfound allies must unite and learn to trust each other to face an impending threat from the armies of the Motherworld.

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