Hulu finally announced the premiere date for season 4 of The Handmaid’s Tale.
The idea came from a tweet from a girl not super excited about the release of the first lesbian Christmas romantic comedy The Happiest Seasons and calling for a good lesbian action movie with actress Charlize Theron.
Actor Elliott Page gave up his place to Ruby Rose to play Parker Nesby in 1UP, a comedy that wants to highlight female players who now evolve in the world of Esports.
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 2.
The adventures of Gretchen, Fatin, Dot, Leah, Toni, Martha, Daniel, Dean, Nora, Rachel, and Shelby will thus be able to continue in new episodes.
Norwegian director Mona Fastvold is back with a lesbian romance entitled “The World To Come” after the success of her first movie “The Sleepwalker” released in 2014.
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.
“Make Up” is the new lesbian film you can watch.