15 Lesbian Movies, Docs & Web Series You Can Watch on Hulu Now


If you’re like me, you love Hulu and hang just as much as Netflix and chill. There’s a lot of great television available on Hulu (I highly recommend Casual, The Path and Difficult People), but there are also some choices lesbian/bi-themed films and web series you can check out. Here are 15 of our favorite lesbian offerings from the streaming provider. We guarantee at least one of these will be new to you.

If you want something…esoteric.

Je Tu Il Elle

One of the first lesbian films that depicted women in bed together, from late filmmaker Chantal Akerman.

If you want something…sad but true.

The L Word Mississippi: Hate the Sin

ICYMI, this documentary is a timely and relevant look at what it’s like to be a lesbian in the South.

If you want something…fun.

Married in Spandex

Rachel and Amanda have the best wedding ever, complete with a performance from Leslie and the Lys.

If you want something…sexy.


Salma Hayek stars as the enigmatic icon and artist, and her tango with Ashley Judd is muy caliente.

If you want something…about teen angst.

Anyone But Me

The first-ever lesbian-focused web series set the bar high with this teen love story.

If you want something…about lesbian drama.

Lip Service

If you have yet to watch the Scottish version of The L Word, you’re truly missing out. And if you have, why not watch it again?

If you want something…about lesbian drama in French.


Six hip lesbian friends live and love in Montreal.

If you want something…entertaining.

The Dinah Girls

Spot the celesbians in this documentary shot at none other than the largest lesbian weekend in the world.

If you want something…bad ass.

The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo

The original, starring Noomi Rapace as the bad ass bisexual hacker.

If you want something…scary.


Charlize Theron‘s performance as one of the most well-recognized (queer) woman serial killer holds up.

If you want something…romantic.

Desert Hearts

A classic that even Ellen Page counts among her faves.

If you want something…based on history.

Farewell My Queen

It’s mostly subtext, but it’s the only film so far that has queered Marie Antoinette.

If you want something…hilarious.

Addicted to Fresno

Natasha Lyonne and Aubrey Plaza are hot for each other in this film written by Karey Dornetto and directed by Jamie Babbit.

If you want something…new wave.

Belle de Jour

Genevieve Page has it bad for Catherine Deneuve in this adaptation of a 1928 French novel. 

If you want something…hilarious.

Knock Knock, It’s Tig Notaro

Fans of Tig’s stand-up will love road tripping with her as she travels to perform in people’s houses (and yards and barns) across America.

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