WHAT: A (hopefully) no-holds-barred account of what really went down behind the scenes of the doomed 2016 Clinton campaign.
WHO: Hillary Clinton, via Simon and Schuster.
WHEN: September 12
GAY FACTOR: QUITE high.
Law and Order True Crime: The Menendez Murders
WHAT: A special “Law and Order” series devoted to the tragic, bizarre story of the Menendez brothers.
WHO: Edie Falco, with a perm to rival Sarah Paulson’s in “American Crime Story.”
WHEN: September 26.
GAY FACTOR: Unusually high.
Scotty and the Secret History of Hollywood
WHAT: A documentary about Scotty Bowers, the unsung gay “procurer to the stars” of ‘50s Hollywood.
WHO: Matt Tynauer, the force behind the brilliant documentaries “Valentino: The Last Emperor” and “Don’t Mess with Roy Cohn.”
GAY FACTOR: You had us at “procurer.”
WHAT: Ryan Murphy and crew are back for the most bone-chilling installment yet of “American Horror Story,” taking place during and after the 2016 Election (We’re already quaking in our boots.)
WHO: Billy Eichner, Sarah Paulson, Colton Haynes, and many, many more excellent gays.
WHEN: September 5.
GAY FACTOR: Gay enough to be interesting.
We Were Eight Years in Power: An American Tragedy
WHAT: A book of essays exploring the tragedy of the 2016 election – and everything leading up to it.
WHO: “Between the World and Me” writer Ta-Nehisi Coates
WHEN: October 3.
GAY FACTOR: Frankly, could be gayer.
One Mississippi, Season Two
WHAT: The hotly-anticipated second reason of Tig Notaro’s brilliant pitch-black comedy.
WHEN: September 8.
GAY FACTOR: Any gayer and it would be straight.
Whitney: Can I Be Me
WHAT: Was Whitney Houston straight up gay, or just bisexual? This searing documentary seeks to find out.
WHO: Nick Broomfield, the director behind the incredible “Kurt & Courtney” and “Aileen: Life and Death of a Serial Killer.”
WHEN: Currently available on Showtime.
GAY FACTOR: She’s all the (wo)man we need.
WHAT: The British songsmith is on the brink of releasing his first album since 2014’s “The Lonely Hour.”
GAY FACTOR: We’re melting.
God’s Own Country
WHAT: The festival favorite that had critics proclaiming it a “British Brokeback” for the ages.
WHO: No one you’ve heard of – but that’s all about to change.
WHEN: October 27.
GAY FACTOR: Are you kidding me?
Call Me By Your Name
WHAT: The second most-anticipated queer film (coming in just a hair behind GOC) based on the steamy André Aciman novel.
WHO: Armie Hammer, James Ivory, and newcomer Timothée Chalamet.
WHEN: November 24.
GAY FACTOR: Just guess.