Colton Underwood to get Netflix ‘coming out’ docuseries

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In case you missed Colton Underwood’s bombshell revelation earlier today, here it is–he came out as gay. On Wednesday, he came out in a Good Morning America interview with Robin Roberts.

It was candid, emotional, and so true in the best way possible. You could really tell that this was something stewing in Colton’s mind for a good long while.

If you’re a fan of Colton’s (which let’s be honest, who isn’t), then you may get a little excited at TMZ’s latest report on this recent announcement.

Will Colton Underwood have a Netflix docuseries documenting his ‘coming out’ story?

TMZ recently caught up with Colton on the streets of New York City, and according to their reports, he’s never looked happier. In all honesty, that’s all we should ever want for someone: for them to live their happiest lives as their true, true selves. Colton’s ‘coming out’ story was beautiful, and it may be coming with a cute little television series deal.

Rumor has it that for the past few weeks or so now, Underwood has had some sort of film crew following him around. It could mean a Netflix deal, documenting his life as a gay man, but also documenting how he got to such a decision of coming out.

TMZ has also stated that many have shown their support in for Colton Underwood while he’s embarked on this journey.

"We’re told several other prominent members of the LBGTQ+ community have been in Colton’s corner throughout this process — such as his friend, Olympian Gus Kenworthy — and will make appearances alongside him in the series."

In the interview with Robin Roberts on GMA, Colton even revealed suicidal thoughts once he realized and fully came to terms with his sexuality. However, he had an epiphany and realized that it’s time to take charge and truly own who he is as a gay man.

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**If you or anyone you know is struggling with similar issues, there are tons of resources out there, such as The Trevor Project, who will get you help, and make you feel happy to be you.**

What do you think of Colton’s interview? Are you as excited as we are about even the mere idea of Underwood getting a Netflix deal? Let us know down below! Let’s chat!