The GLAAD Wrap: Conrad Ricamora upped to series regular, Adam Lambert's new single, and more!

Every week, The GLAAD Wrap brings you LGBT-related entertainment news highlights, fresh stuff to watch out for, and fun diversions to help you kick off the weekend.

1.) Supergravity Pictures has acquired the distribution rights for the Australian documentary Gayby Baby about the children of gay parents from their own point of view and will bring the film to U.S. cinemas next month. The film will be available digitally May 1 to celebrate International Family Equality Day. Gayby Baby's release is in partnership with Heard Well, the music label co-founded by out YouTuber Connor Franta, which curated music for the film. Watch the trailer below.

2.) Laws of Love and Other Things, formerly Lawyers, is an upcoming documentary film by Hikaru Toda set for release next year. The film follows longtime partners Fumi and Kazu who together run the first and only law firm in Japan set up by an openly gay couple, representing people who dare to be the "nails that stick out." The film won Best Pitch at TokyoDocs/2014, is supported by Women Make Movies, funded by Chicken and Egg Pictures and is in development with BBC, DR and NHK. Watch the trailer for it here.

3.) Entertainment Weekly has released the first trailer for HBO documentary, Nothing Left Unsaid: Gloria Vanderbilt and Anderson Cooper. The film, premiering on the network April 9, will explore the fascinating life of Gloria Vanderbilt, along with her relationship with her youngest son, out journalist Anderson Cooper.

4.) How to Get Away with Murder's Conrad Ricamora has been upped to a series regular for the show's upcoming third season! Ricamora's character, Oliver, is the only HIV-positive character on scripted broadcast and cable programming. In other casting news, Neil Patrick Harris will star in Netflix’s A Series of Unfortunate Events as the villainous Count Olaf, newcomer Casey Cott has been cast as out Archie comics character Kevin Keller in The CW's pilot Riverdale, and Carrie Preston will play lesbian author and advocate Sally Gearhart in ABC's miniseries When We Rise.

5.) CBS' LGBT-inclusive drama Person of Interest will return for a fifth and final season May 3 with new episodes running on Monday and Tuesdays at 10pm through the series finale June 21.  The CW has renewed all of their current scripted series including several LGBT-inclusive shows and Freeform has picked up Shadowhunters for another season. The GLAAD Media Award-nominated drama Orphan Black has released a trailer for the upcoming fourth season, premiering April 14.

6.) Adam Lambert has released a new single, "Welcome to the Show." The track is not yet tied to an album announcement, his last record The Original High dropped last summer. Lambert is currently on tour with Glee star Alex Newell, find a date near you. "Welcome to the Show" is available now.

7.) This week, out musicians Tegan and Sara debuted their new album release date and cover. The newest album is called Love You to Death and will be available on June 3. The sisters will drop their first new single April 8.

8.) Authors Adam Reynolds and Chaz Harris are currently seeking funding for their LGBT themed children’s book, Promised Land. The book features a young prince and farm boy falling in love amidst a sinister king’s attempt to take over the enchanted forest the farm boy is responsible for protecting. More information on the project can be found on their Kickstarter page.