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“Gentleman Jack”, the new historic lesbian drama on BBC One and HBO, has been renewed for a second season!
It’s almost there! The L Word series is almost back. First announced as a reboot, it is now a sequel entitled “The L Word: Generation Q”. We will find three of the main characters from the original version, namely Bette (Jennifer Beals), Alice (Leisha Hailey), and Shane (Kate Moennig). And maybe Carmen (Sarah Shahi) as a guest.
The sexual orientation of Batwoman played by Australian genderfluid actress and DJ Ruby Rose has never been a secret, except in the series’ story itself.
The crew of lesbian drama series Gentleman Jack wanted to film season 2 in June.
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).
Let me introduce you to a new series called “Warrior Nun” that features two lesbian characters and maybe more.
Honestly, when I started watching the show, I didn’t know what to expect, but I wasn’t disappointed, Warrior Nun has huge queer potential!
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
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.
The first season of the new Stan Original mystery drama Eden, an 8-part series set in New South Wales, Australia - created and co-written by Vanessa Gazy and an all-female writing team - aired from June 11. This series will keep you captivated with suspenseful twists and turns that will leave you guessing until the end but not in a predictable way.