Welcome back to Queer Beats, your weekly one-stop shop for queer television news! This week, our quarantine was blessed with a new She-Ra trailer!
Dare Me was cancelled which is upsetting because it was one of the few shows I actually watched live every week. If I’m being honest, I don’t think the network ever really tried to market it. Here’s to hoping it finds a new home!
Motherland: Fort Salem
This week on: “The Motherland: Fort Salem Cast Gives Us the Best Behind-the-Scenes Content”:
And no, I haven’t actually started this show yet, don’t @ me. It’s gonna happen soon.
Never Have I Ever
Have you watch Never Have I Ever on Netflix yet? It’s a new Mindy Kaling show (creator/producer/writer) that features this very cute queer couple:
One Day at a Time
Already missing ODAAT after the midseason finale? Don’t worry… because we are getting an animated episode soon!
Sound ALL THE ALARMS! There was an Orphan Black zoom reunion and it seems like there is something OB-related in the works. Peep that script on the left of the screen, which mentions both of Cophine’s names.
This tweet sadly reminded me that this next season of She-Ra is the last… but the trailer looks SO good!
Clexacon announced that it will be hosting a live online event with the full cast of Season of Love, including Dominique Provost-Chalkley!
And that’s it for Queer Beats this week! Always thorough, always professional, never random.