Welcome back to Queer Beats, your weekly one-stop shop for queer television news! This week, Fivel Stewart blessed us with a breakdown of that kiss, Cable Girls and Runaways announced their final seasons, and the Arrowverse Crossover released new trailers.
I continue to fall deeper and deeper in love with Amandie with every passing week. That couple has truly rearranged my molecules this TV season. So bless Victoria Cartagena‘s heart for constantly posting the cutest behind-the-scenes pictures from set:
I’m sure I’m not alone in the fact that I’ve watch Cazzie’s first kiss approximately 100 times since the latest season aired. Although that scene will never get old, Fivel‘s behind-the-scenes take made it even better:
Meanwhile, Fivel and Brigette continue to hang out and post cute pictures of one another:
I know it’s shocking that I am posting about Arrow. I don’t watch the show. No queer characters have been added to the show since Sara Lance. In fact, what I’m about to share isn’t even technically queer. But, you know what, sometimes good things just fall into our queer laps and we have to celebrate them! So welcome to the video that I watched most this week!
This week’s Batwoman episode was heavy. Kate and Sophie explored their past we finally got a look into Sophie’s side of things. Showrunner Caroline Dries and Meagan Tandy spoke with The Hollywood Reporter about this episode:
Meagan has been very vocal about Sophie’s story and support for those who have gone through a similar journey.
TV Guide also hung out with Meagan and posted pretty pictures so check them all out on their instagram page:
Cable Girls will be back next year but, sadly, for one last season:
Good Trouble/The Fosters fans are in for A TREAT this holiday season!
I wish I could accurately describe how excited I am for this Mel and Sue led sitcom:
The L Word: Generation Q
The original L Word women graced the cover of The Advocate magazine this month:
And we got yet another trailer for the upcoming show:
Carly and Grace had to say goodbye to Darlene and Dom this week as Mr. Robot winds down:
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Nothing makes me happier than new Jamie Clayton casting news:
As a major Runaways fan, I honestly don’t even want to talk about this right now. Season 3 will also be the final season and, no, I am not taking questions at this time.
Here’s the trailer for season 3… how about we all watch this and just pretend like the show isn’t ending?
Steven Universe will be back on December 7th (as Steven Universe Future)!
Brand new trailers were released this week for the “Crisis on Infinite Earths” crossover. The crossover will kick off with Supergirl on December 8th!
Nicole Maines spoke with Access about her groundbreaking role on Supergirl:
Dominique Provost-Chalkley gave a lovely interview about her role in Season of Love and how she overcomes her fears:
And that’s it for Queer Beats this week! Always thorough, always professional, never random.