You may be one of the many fans of Avengers: Endgame, which is beating all the records, well, I have good news since already, Marvel Studios have announced that there would be more LGBTQ+ characters in upcoming films.
We were recently wondering if the CW would renew All American for a season 2, allowing us to continue to follow the lesbian character,Tamia 'Coop' Cooper (Bre-Z). Good news since the CW just announced that All American will have a second season!
Every holiday season traditional and streaming networks create a ton of holiday romantic comedies, but they consistently fail to create meaningful stories from the queer perspective.
Tales of the City, the mini-series that had revolutionized the portrayal of LGBTQ characters, will be back with a more modern adaptation by the queer showrunner Laura Morelli. And besides, Ellen Page is playing a lesbian again.
The CW has renewed a dozen series and many of them feature recurring LGBTQ+ characters or offer good visibility to our community.
League of Legends now has its openly lesbian champion!
Not So Artful Productions announced the release of the brand new webseries dubbed GROSSE MISCONDUCT - a six-part digital series that depicts an eccentric Human Resources team as they navigate personal and professional struggles under the leadership of their high-maintenance director, Mitch Grosse.
A group of students from Yale decided to adapt the George Eliot's novel "Middlemarch" as a web series with LGBTQ characters.
This is the consternation among fans of "Sense8" since Netflix just announced the cancellation of the series after only two seasons and a special holiday episode.
Each year, the GLAAD organization releases its report on LGBTQ visibility in cinema and unfortunately the results were not good in 2016.