march family letters

incomplete masterpost of webseries containing girls who like girls

this is companion post to this gifset, which I made mostly because I wanted to make a gifset with the lyrics to Hayley Kiyoko’s girls like girls, but also because I feel like a lot of people don’t know that there’s a ton of webseries out there with pretty great representation of queer female characters that you can watch (mostly) for free online, so this is basically just to let people know about them. I’ve also included another five webseries that I wasn’t able to use in the gifset

(some of these also have other lgbtq+ representation, but my requirement for including shows in this post was that they have at least one female character who is lgbtq+)

already complete

Two best friends living in a small town, trying to figure themselves out. Kylie Sparks (kyliesparks27) plays Esther - especially in the second season, Esther’s storyline revolves around coming to terms with her identity and telling her best friend Zelda that she thinks she’s gay. (squaresvilleseries)

Comedy about a couple who are forced to live together after they break up until their lease runs out.  (thegaywomenchannel)

Sci-fi about teenage girls with superpowers. (wonderly)

An adaptation of Little Women - I haven’t actually watched this, but I follow a lot of people who have and I’ve heard good things. If I recall correctly, it has a canonically bi/pan character as well as a canonically asexual character. (themarchfamilyletters)

posting new episodes

An adaptation of J. Sheridan LeFanu’s novella of the same name, that starts with a girl in a strange university who is determined to find her missing roommate. (carmillaseries)

Inspired by the Shakespeare play ‘Love’s Labours Lost’. It’s also a sequel to Nothing Much to Do, and adaptation of Much Ado About Nothing, so you might want to watch that first. (It’s quite a while before Paige and Chelsea are introduced, but there are a couple of other queer characters before that - Hero’s parents, although they never appear on screen; and Pedro/Peter and Balthazar)  (thecandlewasters)

A college girl, Alice, tries to live her life according to classic novels and document it in videos. Her roommate, Cara, and Cara’s girlfriend Lily end up getting wound up in Alice’s project. (classic-alice)

This is a series made in and set in Quebec, so it’s in French, but there are English subtitles! Focuses on group of young lesbian and bi women and their relationships.

shows that haven’t been released yet but that have confirmed queer female characters

“Yesterday, Sü came out as a trans woman. Today, she’s unemployed and sleeping on her ex’s couch. A transgender fantasy-comedy series.” (from the kickstarter page)

This is actually a TV show, but I think it might also be available to watch online (at least to kickstarter backers), so I’m counting it as a webseries. (watchtheswitch)

“A new LGBTQ+ webseries about dates, mates, and faking out the government.” (from the kickstarter page) Two roommates pretend to be married so that one of them won’t get deported. Created by the wonderful Kaitlyn Alexander (kbearluna), who you might recognise from their role as LaFontaine in Carmilla. (coupleish)

Please feel free to add any webseries that you find to this list or message me to let me know about them!

part two here


All for One is a modern, badass, gender-swapped, feminist, totally awesome adaptation of Alexandre Dumas’ “The Three Musketeers”.

New episodes will be airing Mon/Wed/Fri @ 5:30pm EST on & KindaTV starting NEXT MONDAY!

Check out the trailer now!

  • Normal people:man I hate having to wait a full week for just and hour show
  • People who watch webseries:lmao try waiting a week for just five minutes
  • People who watch webseries:but sometimes we get ten minute episodes or two episodes a week
  • People who watch webseries:and we can easily binge watch to increase our suffering until the next episode
  • People who watch webseries:sometimes the shows stops at a cliffhanger and can't get money to finish too!
  • People who watch webseries:*cries*

Our Dearest Readers,

We’ve felt this way for so long, but we’ve never known quite how to say it. The words just never can come right! But now that it’s almost Valentine’s Day, you must allow us to tell you how ardently and…

Oh, we cannot make speeches. We’ll just let our characters do the talking.

Wishing everyone a very Happy Valentine’s Day weekend! 

With Love,

 The PD Team  



Introducing a new kind of webseries:

What would you do if you found a letter asking you to write to a stranger?

Alex Carter and Zoe Ballard are two teenagers from San Diego who start writing letters to each other as part of a school assignment. At first, the letters are the typical “getting to know you” exchanges you would expect from penpals. But as life deals unexpected turns to Alex and Zoe, they open up to each other more and more, building a strong and unique friendship.

Alex and Zoe’s story is told through a variety of media, including letters, prose scenes, transmedia posts, and more. It will be an interactive series, starting from the very first post, so mark your calendars for September 29th, or better yet, go visit our website, subscribe via email to our posts, or follow the project tumblr, so you don’t have to remember. In the meantime, you can start getting to know our characters on Tumblr, Spotify, and Twitter, as listed here.