Queer Beats – March 18, 2022

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Welcome back to Queer Beats, your weekly one-stop shop for queer television news. This week, Gentleman Jack and The Umbrella Academy released new trailers, while Tegan and Sara cast their acting counterparts!

The Baby-Sitters Club

Yet again, Netflix cancelled a show that we all liked. Showrunner Rachel Shukert talked about why she thinks this happened and what we can look forward to in the future.

The Bold Type

I know this show is over but, as long as Aisha wants to keep being in a beautiful queer relationship, I will keep posting about it.

Gentleman Jack

This trailer got me SO AMPED for the next season.

Sophie and Suranne graced the cover of DIVA magazine.

And they also have been looking cute on the red carpet. Look at them!

Good Trouble

I never want Nicole Maines to leave my TV screen so I am excited that she has a new role on Good Trouble.

High School

Remember when Tegan and Sara found those lookalike twins on TikTok last year and wished they would act so they could be in their upcoming TV show? Well, dreams really do come true because Railey and Seazynn Gilliland have officially been cast as the leads.

Killing Eve

If you are sad about Killing Eve’s final season, don’t worry, because Jodie Comer has already been cast in a new series where she plays a queer woman who becomes obsessed with another woman.

The L Word: Generation Q

The L Word cast had a big week because, first, Jennifer Beals posted a picture with Kristen Stewart, which feels like a big deal for the queer world.

Also, Arienne Mandi is about to star in a new queer romcom and we finally have pictures!

Never Have I Ever

Never Have I Ever has been renewed for a fourth and final season ahead of their season three drop this Summer.

The Umbrella Academy

A new season of the Umbrella Academy means a new kickass trailer.

And that’s it for Queer Beats this week! Always thorough, always professional, never random.

About NikkiT

Nikki is an archivist by day, queer TV addict by night. Her first dive into fan content was when she ran a secret Xanga blog dedicated to pictures of Lorelai Gilmore in the 7th grade. She has never looked back.
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