Seven renowned directors tell stories about crucial LGBT history. The series begins in the 1950s, when anything deemed “queer” was under government scrutiny. The radical ’60s will show the spirit of rebellion that lead to Stonewall. From then, the movement’s vanguard goes heavy in the ’70s. Even through setbacks, like the AIDS epidemic, the movement is still going strong today.
The limited series will feature untold stories from unique perspectives and history makers. Each episode will cover a decade with plenty of first-hand accounts and archival footage.
Here’s everything you need to know to stream Pride.
Where to watch Pride
The limited series will comprise of six episodes. The first three will air on May 14, 2021. The following three will air May 21.
- Airtime: Friday, May 14
- Channel: Hulu
- Genre: Documentary
- Status: Pending
Pride is available to stream on all services that have FX. The most popular option is Hulu, where you can watch the documentary for free when you sign up to try their ad-free service for 30 days.
You can stream FX on other live TV platforms. When trying to decide which one is best for you, you’ll want to weigh the cost, the other channels you’ll receive, and the compatible devices for streaming.
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