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A new TV series with queer female characters is about to end.
So the final episode of Wynonna Earp season 4 has happened. What’s next? The series has not been renewed for a fifth season on the SYFY network and no other network has responded to requests from series showrunner Emily Andras yet to continue the story.
Andras had the good idea to share with us what she had planned for season 5 instead of leaving us with nothing, even if she said that she wanted to keep some secrets.
Considering the quality of the new trailer for The Handmaid’s Tale season 4, it is more than obvious that this new season will leave its mark on our memories.
Ginny & Georgia is the new series everyone is talking about as it has been an enormous hit on Netflix in the last few weeks.
Besides being a good teen show, season 1 includes a love story between two lesbian characters.
First Kill is a new teen-vampire series in the works at Netflix, and this one is clearly going to interest us since the two main female characters will be queer.
Have you heard the sad news too? Wynonna Earp may be coming to an end after only four seasons... or maybe not.
A new lesbian sheriff is about to make her debut on your television!
Hulu finally announced the premiere date for season 4 of The Handmaid’s Tale.
"RED" is a Brazilian lesbian web series that I discovered during the release of season 1 in 2014. When it first came out, "RED" surprised me with its quality and creativity. The direction was great, as well as the writing and acting by both actresses--not to mention the music for each episode! After six seasons, one of our favorite web series will now be ending.
On December 11, 2020, drama series “The Wilds” landed on Amazon Prime Video. The story that follows a group of 7 teenage girls, including two lesbians, on a desert island after the “crash” of their plane was successful enough to be renewed for a season two.
The adventures of Gretchen, Fatin, Dot, Leah, Toni, Martha, Daniel, Dean, Nora, Rachel, and Shelby will thus be able to continue in new episodes.
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
Canadian medical drama TV series “Nurses” has been renewed for season 2. We will therefore continue to follow Ashley, the lesbian character, and her relationship with Caro.
The trailer of “Batwoman” season 2 unveils the new face of the superhero.
Season 2 of the hit web series "Anne+" is now available in the UK. The show, which follows the story of a young lesbian as she navigates her way through life in Amsterdam, has become incredibly popular since its debut last year. Many viewers have been eagerly awaiting the release of season 2 in English, and now the show is officially available to people living in the United-Kingdom.
The filming of the lesbian TV series “Gentleman Jack” season 2 has started in Yorkshire!
Genevieve (Ella McCready) has just left her fiancé Paul to pursue her love story with a woman, Rebecca (Ellouise Shakepeare-Hart). Genevieve is excited to start her new life, but she is the victim of a violent attack by an unknown assailant and suddenly finds herself in the hospital with amnesia.
With nothing to lose, Genevieve goes in search of her attacker, but also of her own story. Faced with this loss of memory, she will try to find herself as best she can.
Remember the last season of drama series “The Handmaid’s Tale”? June (Elisabeth Moss) took a bullet, but with the help of a network of Marthas, she saved over 100 children who flew to Canada where they were greeted by Moira (Samira Wiley) and Luke (O-T Fagbenle) among others.
Melanie “Mel”, Ally and Ben are three friends who met in university and share a house in Malibu. The trio is forming a band and dream of recording an album that would be really cool and could continue the band’s career, but they don’t have enough money to pay for the recording studio.
This is the starting point for the film “Tell Me I Love You” by queer director and writer Fiona Mackenzie (Cosa Bella).
Jessica Swale is a director who’s been working on short films until now. She started directing and writing her first feature film after a first major success, a play about Restoration actress and royal mistress Nell Gwynn entitled “Nell Gwynn”.
But she needed to surround herself with a talented team to increase her chances of success.