Netflix has more queer goodness coming your way this month.

The streaming giant leads the way when it comes to LGBTQ stories, beating out network channels with shows like Orange Is The New Black, Sense8 and Tales Of The City providing authentic representation where it’s previously been pushed aside.

And there’s more to come, as November sees the debut of non-binary character Double Trouble on She-Ra, as well as a brand new Queer Eye spin-off set in Japan(!) and a Christmas movie called Let It Snow that features a lesbian storyline.

Find out what’s good, queer and coming to Netflix UK through November below.

Friday 1 November: Atypical (season three)

Coming-of-age drama Atypical won plenty of praise when it debuted back in 2017, following teenager Sam (who’s on the autism spectrum) in his quest for love and independence after his therapist encourages him to “get out there”, as well as his family’s own struggles. Season three will see Sam adjust to university life as he opts to live in shared dorms, and viewers will hopefully get some answers when it comes to Casey (Brigette Lundy-Paine) and Izzie (Fivel Stewart). The two clearly have strong feelings for one another – so much so that fans have given them the ship name Cazzie – so we’re keeping our fingers crossed they’ll get together properly after that almost-kiss at the end of season two.

Friday 1 November: Queer Eye: We’re In Japan!

After four incredible seasons of making viewers laugh and cry with heartwarming makeovers across the United States, Queer Eye’s Jonathan, Tan, Karamo, Bobby and Antoni are about to embark on an entirely new adventure. On 1 November, Queer Eye: We’re In Japan! will premiere on Netflix. The four-episode mini-series will see the Fab Five take their unique areas of expertise – as well as their message of inclusivity and self-love – to Tokyo to give makeovers to a brand new lineup of heroes. Model, actress and singer Kiko Mizuhara will act as the Fab Five’s guide in every episode, while comedian and fashion designer Naomi Watanabe will be a special guest, helping them navigate their way around the new location.

Tuesday 5 November: She-Ra and the Princesses of Power (season four)

She-Ra originally debuted as a television series in the 1980s, serving as a spin-off to Masters of the Universe. The show’s central character, Princess Adora, was introduced as the long-lost twin sister of Prince Adam, who you’ll more likely recognise as He-Man. The character became a favourite among queer animation lovers, and so it made sense that when the show returned for the Netflix generation last year, it would provide LGBTQ representation. She-Ra and the Princesses of Power has already provided LGBTQ representation, including a romantic relationship between two female side characters Spinnerella and Netossa, and was even nominated for a GLAAD award this year. Season four, which premieres this month, sees the show introduce its first non-binary character, shapeshifter Double Trouble, who will be voiced by gender nonconforming writer and performer Jacob Tobia.

Friday 8 November: Let It Snow

Based on the best-selling book by John Green, Maureen Johnson and Lauren Myracle, Let It Snow follows a group of high school seniors whose friendships and love lives collide after a snowstorm hits their small town on Christmas Eve. Netflix promises “a stranded pop star, a stolen keg, a squad of competitive dancers, mysterious woman covered in tin foil and an epic party at the local Waffle Town” in the festive movie’s enticing synopsis. The movie will also feature a same-sex romance between two characters played by Liv Hewson (Santa Clarita Diet) and YouTube star Anna Akana. Even better, both actors are queer in real life – Liv is non-binary and gay, while Anna is bisexual. “Lesbians have Christmas too,” said Liv. It’s true, they really do.

Sunday 17 November: The Crown (season three)

Okay, it’s not queer, but COME ON. Olivia Colman as Queen Elizabeth II? Helena Bonham Carter as Princess Margaret? That’s all we need to know to get excited (and who could forget Olivia ending homophobia when she starred as a lesbian queen in The Favourite and proclaimed “gay rights!” on the BAFTAs red carpet). The third season of the lavish Netflix original follows the Royal Family through the 1960s and 1970s, and there’s been plenty of drama promised including the brewing rivalry between Elizabeth II and her sister Princess Margaret, and romance between Prince Charles (played here by God’s Own Country star Josh O’Connor) and Camilla Parker Bowles (Emerald Fennell).

Friday 22 November: Nailed It! Holiday! (season two)

Netflix’s beloved competition show Nailed It! features some of the most hilarious (and often terrifying) baking fails you’ll ever see, which has helped it stand out among the slew of baking shows hitting our screens over the last few years. The Great British Bake Off this definitely isn’t, but we’d argue it’s even more enjoyable because of that fact. This month, the show returns for a second season of its festive edition, Nailed It! Holiday!, as more wannabe bakers attempt to create a range of devilishly difficult winter treats to impress hilarious host Nicole Byer and Chef Jacques. Why is this on our list of LGBTQ shows? Well, last year Nicole told us she doesn’t identify as straight (she’s a “person who just loves”) and plenty of the show’s guests have been part of the community, too. It’s also just a camp old time.