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The best LGBTQ + series of 2020

Continuing another of our year-end promotions to celebrate queer representativeness in the entertainment industry, CinePOP has separated a list of the top ten LGBTQ + series of 2020.

We take into account any mini-series or seasons that have aired on open TV, cable or streaming services.

Check out our picks below and tell us which one was your favorite:

“ Sex Education ” broke several taboos when it debuted in 2019, but it wasn’t until its second season that it would reach a passionate and fun maturity. The series created by Laurie Nunn would not only continue to invest in necessary contemporary themes, but would also open up more space for LGBTQ + representation, speaking of homoaffective, non-binary and transgender relationships with an enviable and precise naturalness.

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Anya Taylor-Joy once again proved her versatility with the “ O Gambito da Rainha ” miniseries, playing Beth Harmon, a calculating and traumatized bisexual chess player who broke social norms for decades and decades. decades. Here, Beth talks about the one man she’s fallen in love with, who turns out to be gay in the middle of production, in addition to having a romantic affair with the alluring French model Cleo (Millie Brady).

THE CURSE OF HOUSE BLY

“ The Curse of Bly Mansion ” is one of the finest Gothic romantic stories of recent years and has built with conviction and solidity the troubled relationship between Dani (Victoria Pedretti) and Jamie (Amelia Eve), who fell in love in the middle of strange events in a haunted house and built a perfect life in the best possible way. That is, until they entered a tragic, cathartic finale that made even the most skeptical viewers cry.

SCHITT’S CREEK

“Schitt’s Creek” rekindled sitcoms ‘glamor and became one of viewers’ favorite productions. Created by Dan Levy, the series tackles themes like gender identity and sexual orientation as well as hilarious violations of expectations guided by a stellar cast. It’s no surprise that this year the show broke award records and won nine Emmy statuettes – four of them in the main categories.

I NEVER …

The yummy, escape-friendly teen comedy “ I Never … ” became a 2020 sensation for its stereotypical approach to various cultures and themes. One of those story lines involved Fabiola Torres (Lee Rodriguez), a shy young woman in conflict with herself who turned out to be a lesbian to her mother in one of the most touching and true-to-life footage of the film. ‘year.

WITH LOVE, VICTOR

The spinoff sequel to “With Love, Simon” came along unexpectedly and did a great job – especially at a time when we needed productions to pass the time. “With Love, Victor” is a teen drama that revolves around a young man’s concerns about his sexuality, especially when confronted with the traditionalist view of his family and the prospect of a new school. .

Michaela Coel is one of the prominent names in contemporary television, and after investing her efforts in the underrated “Chewing Gum” he returned this year with the powerful drama “I May Destroy You”. Embodying the protagonist Arabella, Coel talks about sexual abuse, machismo and homophobia through twelve beautiful episodes and complex and very representative characters.

“Feel Good” is probably off your radar, but not our list. Dealing with love and drug addiction issues, the plot centers on the romance of Mae, a Canadian comedian, and George, a repressed Englishwoman, who falls in love at a stand-up club. The couple begin to date and delve deep into past traumas and current obstacles.

‘Ratched’ was dividing critics and audiences alike when it was released, but one thing we can’t deny: Ryan Murphy knows how to bring representativeness to the screen in the best possible way. In the series, Sarah Paulson plays the iconic nurse Mildred Ratched and, over the episodes, falls in love with campaign secretary Gwendolyn Briggs (Cynthia Nixon), with whom she develops an engaging and twisted chemistry.

The crime drama “Hightown” was a great gift from STARZ this year and has continued to shatter stereotypes of gender and gender identity. Here, Monica Raymund seamlessly plays Jackie Quiñones, a lesbian Navy duty officer who is addicted to alcohol and drugs. When she finds the body of a brutally murdered woman, she delves into a dangerous investigation involving Cape Cod organized crime and the local opioid epidemic.

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