The cast of “Motherland: Fort Salem” was present for Comic-Con’s virtual conference, an opportunity to learn more about Season 2.
Were you waiting to watch the official trailer of the first lesbian Christmas rom-com “Happiest Seasons”? Watch it now!
Lesbian actress Samira Wiley, known for her roles as Poussey Washington in “Orange Is The New Black” and Moira in “The Handmaid’s Tale”, is part of the cast of “Equal”, a documentary series on LGBTQ+ history.
The musical duo Tegan and Sara Quin have teamed up with actress and director Clea DuVall (The Handmaid’s Tale, Happiest Seasons) for a new project: a lesbian coming-of-age comedy series based on the two sisters’ best-selling memoir of the same name.
The series will explore the journey to adulthood and the quest for one’s identity, which can be challenging when having a twin sister who does the same.
When I wrote about the lesbian rom-com “Happiest Seasons” starring Kristen Stewart, I mentioned the fact that Stewart would soon play the role of Princess Diana as well.
Stewart recently talked about the role as she prepares to play it to perfection.
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.
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.
I loved watching season 1 of the queer fantasy series Warrior Nun and it will be back for another season as Netflix recently confirmed the order for season 2. So we’re going to have a sequel to the story of Ava and the ninja nuns who fight against demons, and maybe a queer romance as well.
And it’s great to see that we’ll be able to follow new emerging queer female characters, Shotgun Mary (Toya Turner), Sister Beatrice (Kristina Tonteri-Yound), and who knows, Ava (Alba Baptista) may be queer too.