Apple TV+ has renewed the queer comedy and drama series “Dickinson” for season 2 in October 2019 before the season even begins in November.
I’ve been trying to find details about this second season since the announcement of the renewal, and today I have some excellent news!
As you know by now, the lesbian movie “Ammonite” is ready, but the release of the movie is complicated because of the coronavirus pandemic.
“Ammonite” was supposed to premiere at the Cannes International Film Festival before being released in cinemas around the world, but that was before the virus.
Now, the film will tour Autumn festivals, and I have excellent news! We have a chance to watch it!
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!
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).
The crew of lesbian drama series Gentleman Jack wanted to film season 2 in June.
Lara Jean Gallagher wrote and directed a lesbian drama film entitled “Clementine”.
You may have watched Alice Wu’s lesbian romance “Saving Face”, released in 2005. Well, Wu is back with a new lesbian rom-com called “The Half of It”.
Today, let me introduce “Hightown”, a new crime drama set in Provincetown, Massachusetts, whose principal character, Jackie Quiñones, is a lesbian who likes to party and seduce tourists.
In its last season, the Australian version of TV show “Married At First Sight” featured a lesbian couple, Amanda Micallef and Tash Herz.