Welcome back to Queer Beats, your weekly one-stop shop for queer television news! This week, the long-awaited BIFL series released its first episode, Legends of Tomorrow gave us a sneak peek into the new season, and we got our first look into Lena Waithe’s newest show!
The first episode of BIFL is finally up on Youtube and I think it definitely lived up to the hype!
The annual Arrowverse crossover is finally here! Supergirl kicks it off this Sunday and make sure to keep a look out for this two-issue comic book companion series:
I haven’t listened to this podcast episode with Jacqueline Toboni yet because just a hint at the idea of Sophia Bush kissing other women throws my brain into a tailspin but, if your brain can handle it, definitely give this Easy reunion a listen!
The L Word: Generation Q
The L Word press week is out in full force! The sequel show starts this weekend and we have been blessed by an overload of content from our OG crew. Check out any of their social media profiles to catch up and please let me know if you can answer the mystery of how none of them have aged.
A new Legends trailer means we are finally closer to a new season!
Runaways put out this interesting sneak peek this week:
Is a Deanoru wedding in our future? If so, it looks like Karolina‘s mom supports it!
This weekend is full of good queer TV content including the premiere of Steven Universe Future tomorrow!
If you are a fan of the web series Swerve, you will be happy to hear it is finally back for a new (and final) season.
We will be getting yet another Lena Waithe show next year: Twenties!
For those wondering, her last show, Boomerang, was renewed for a second season which should also be out next year.
After the L Word: Generation Q premieres this Sunday, be sure to stick around to watch Work in Progress, another queer show from Abby McEnany.
Look who got picked up for a fourth season!
And that’s it for Queer Beats this week! Always thorough, always professional, never random.