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The first season of Warrior Nun hit Netflix in July 2020 and was well received by both critics and audiences alike. Netflix has renewed the series for a second season, but with that being said, we’ll likely see season 2 within the next year or so!
The animated fantasy-comedy series “The Owl House” is back!
If you're like me, then you've been eagerly awaiting the return of "Elite" for what seems like forever. The third season finale was absolutely insane, and I have no idea how they're going to top it in season 4. But if the new trailer is anything to go by, it looks like we're in for a real treat! In the official trailer for season 4 that you can watch below, we see Rebeka and one of the new girl kissing passionately, and my heart just about melted. It's so refreshing to see a couple of girls in Elite. Can't wait for season 4!
It’s almost summer and so it’s soon time for Summertime season 2!
Two things: first, Dickinson season 2 ended just as the Civil War is imminent and then, the last episode surprised many with Sue’s long-awaited reunion with Emily. Well, let me tell you that the third season is already shaping up to be GREAT even if... since season 2 just ended, we’ll have to wait...
Madame Claude is a new movie that came out on Netflix a few weeks ago and it’s cool because it features a bisexual or pansexual character in a prominent supporting role.
GLAAD, the media advocacy organization for LGBTQ people, has just released the 16th edition of the Where Are We On TV study on LGBTQ representation on television. Here are the results on:
- LGBTQ Representation On Prime Time Television
- LGBTQ Representation On The Cable
- LGBTQ Representation on Streaming Platforms
- Greg Berlanti, Lena Waithe, Ryan Murphy, And Shonda Rhimes
As with many TV series, the filming of the new season of “Star Trek: Picard”, which was scheduled to take place this summer, has been postponed because of the coronavirus pandemic and is normally scheduled to start in January.
Released in 2013 by Naughty Dog and regularly described as a masterpiece, The Last Of Us is an action game that has revolutionized video games with its exceptional LGBTQ+ representation.
Good news! An equally queer second part has just been released!
Vis a Vis (Locked Up), a Spanish television series broadcast from 2015 to 2019, is in the same vein as Orange Is The New Black, Bad Girls, Unité 9, and Wentworth in that the story takes place in a women’s prison. Afterward, the series differs. Vis a Vis is a thriller show, much darker than Orange Is The New Black for example. Both are Spanish series with guns out, fights, drama, violence, suspense, and ultimately you love to follow the characters’ evolution and their relationships.
Also, the main character in the series, Macarena, is bisexual and falls in love with a very pretty inmate, Rizos (Berta Vázquez).
Star Trek: Picard had a surprise for us in the Season 1 final broadcasted on CBS All Access.
There’s a sapphic relationship between the lead character Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy in the comic book “Harley Quinn.”
Inspired by Marvel’s comic series of the same name, “Runaways” tells the story of 6 teenagers who unite to face their bad parents.
GLAAD and Harris Poll’s ‘Accelerating Acceptance’ study shows that 20% of Americans aged 18-34 identify themselves as LGBTQ+, but in 2018, only 8.8% of the characters were from the LGBTQ community.