The GLAAD Wrap: 'Crazy Ex-Girlfriend' and 'Supergirl' trailers, Miley Cyrus' 'Younger Now' out now, and more!

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

1) Out filmmaker Dee Rees, director of the GLAAD Media Award-winning films Pariah and Bessie, and the upcoming Netflix film Mudbound, has found her next project in directing the adaptation of The Last Thing He Wanted. This film version of the Joan Didion novel follows a journalist thrown unexpectedly into the world of arms dealing. Out Academy award-winning writer Tarell Alvin McCraney also has a new project, writing the Disney musical Cyrano the Moor, a combination of Othello and Cyrano de Bergerac. The project is produced by and starring David Oyelowo.

2) A trailer has been released for the third season of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend. Besides its extravagant musical numbers, and woman-lead ensemble, the show is known for having Darryl Whitefeather, a bisexual man, as a regular character - still a rarity in television today. Season three of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend premieres on October 13th, and the entire first two seasons are streaming on Netflix. Another trailer has also been released for season three of GLAAD Media Award-nominated Supergirl, which premieres October 9th on the CW.

3) A trailer has been released for the third and final season of Amazon's Red Oaks. The 80's-set comedy focuses its thirds season on protagonist David tryting to get into the film world of New York, while the Red Oaks Country Club tries to avoid being bought. As seen in the trailer, season three will also look at the dating life of David's mother, Judy, as she goes on dates with women and the occasional man. The third season of Red Oaks comes out on October 20th on Amazon Prime.

4) The streaming service Sundance Now has picked up the series The Chances, a show written by and starring out actor and writer Josh Feldman, and Shoshannah Stern, both of whom are deaf. The show was originally shot for $250 dollars, and then was selected into the 2017 Sundance Festival's short form episodic category. There is not yet been a release date announced.

5) NBC has put Too Close to Home, a comedy from Ellen DeGeneres, into production. This multi-camera comedy tells the story of two sisters, one of whom has worked very hard for everything in her life, and the other who is much lazier, but happens to win the lottery. This is the first project for DeGeneres' studio that was based on an idea from the out comedian and talk show host herself.  Hulu has ordered a pilot presentation of This is Heaven from comedian Kate Berlant and out actor/comedian John Early.  A24 is producing the project which is based off of the friendship between Berlant and Early.

6) Will & Grace is joining the ranks of TV shows with a special after show. Starting Friday, and continuing every Friday for the first six episodes of the season, E! News is hosting The Will & Grace After Party, which is available on the NBC app, the show's social media accounts and YouTube channel, and across all E! News platforms. In other television news, a premiere date has been announced for Fox's Rent Live, so mark your calendars for January 27th, 2019.

7) The anticipated new Miley Cyrus album Younger Now was released on Friday. The album goes back to the out singer's country roots and explores more of her vocal range. The songs are all written by Cyrus herself, with a couple collaborations including one with Dolly Parton. Younger Now is available to stream and buy wherever music is sold. You can watch the video for the titular track below!

8) Indie band Grizzly bear, helmed by out front man Ed Droste, released a music video for their song "Losing All Sense" on Thursday. The surreal video stars Busy Phillips as a scorned woman at an upscale restaurant, and then takes several artistic and experimental turns. "Losing All Sense" is off of Grizzly Bear's most recent album, Painted Ruins which is available to stream and purchase wherever music is sold. You can watch the music video below!

9) On Tuesday night, the winners were announced for the seventh annual Streamy Awards. Winners include Patrick Starrr for the Beauty category, and This Is Everything: Gigi Gorgeous for Best Feature. On Sunday, the Streamy premiere awards were given out. The web series Brown Girls, whose protagonist is a queer Pakistani-American women, won best indie series. The show has also recently been picked up by HBO for development into a television series.