ABC News Live celebrated Pride Month on Sunday with "Pride Across America," an unprecedented streaming event that spans the entire country, which featured five hours of live coverage from three of the nation's biggest pride marches.
You can watch the presentation here.
In partnership with Hulu and ABC Owned Television Stations WABC (New York), WLS (Chicago) and KGO (San Francisco), "Pride Across America" included coverage of the pride marches, featuring special guests, inspiring content and more.
Coverage was also available to stream to all Hulu subscribers.
"Good Morning America" Saturday and Sunday co-anchor and transportation correspondent Gio Benitez, "GMA3: What You Need to Know" co-anchor Eva Pilgrim, ABC Audio's "Life Out Loud" host and ABC News contributor LZ Granderson, and Hulu's "Drag Me To Dinner" host Murray Hill anchored from New York, with correspondent Alex Perez and chief meteorologist Ginger Zee in Chicago, and KABC (Los Angeles) reporter Christiane Cordero and senior Washington reporter Devin Dwyer in San Francisco.
ABC News Live also featured Hulu's "Pride Never Stops" campaign during its broadcast, with drag legend and "Drag Me to Dinner" star Bianca Del Rio kicking off a "Pass the Mic" initiative, encouraging community members to share how their pride never stops.
Throughout "Pride Across America," stars of the new Hulu Original series "Drag Me to Dinner" Neil Patrick Harris, David Burtka, Murray Hill, and Haneefah Wood, influencers Kaycee Clark, Aura Mayari and more answered the "pass the mic" call, and let viewers know how they keep their pride going.