The GLAAD Wrap: First look at 'Steven Universe' documentary; trailer for 'Work in Progress;' new music from King Princess, Kehlani, 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) Along with the DVD release of Steven Universe: The Movie, there will be a new documentary that follows the making of the film. The hourlong special follows out creator Rebecca Sugar through the process; watch a sneak peek below. Steven Universe: The Movie will be out on DVD everywhere November 12, and available at Target on November 5.

2) In more film news, out director Bill Condon has announced that he will be writing and directing a new adaptation of A Christmas Carol for Disney along with Wicked’s Stephen Schwartz. The musical will be the classic tale told from the perspective of Jacob Marley.

3) The first trailer has been released for the upcoming Showtime series Work in Progress. Created by and starring out comedian Abby McEnany, the show follows Abby, a self-identified “fat, queer dyke from Chicago” who falls into an unexpected relationship with trans man, played by Theo Germaine. The show will premiere December 8 on Showtime, watch the trailer below.

4) Laverne Cox has been cast in Investigating Anna, the miniseries surrounding Anna Delvey, which Shonda Rhimes is producing for Netflix. Cox will play Kacy Duke, a celebrity personal trainer and life coach who becomes close to Delvey, and caught up in her life. In other TV news, ABC’s Stumptown, featuring bi lead character Dex, has been given a full series order.

5) Out producer Greg Berlanti has two new superhero projects in the works. For the CW, he is developing Superman & Lois Lane, which follows the couple as they deal with the pressure of being working parents. For HBO Max, Berlanti is working on Strange Adventures, an anthology series based on the Green Lantern comics.

6) A trailer has been released for the second Netflix’s The End of the F**king World. The first season featured two lesbian detectives and we hope to see them appear in the second as well. Watch the trailer below and catch season two November 5. In other Netflix news, the streamer has renewed science fiction series Another Life, which features non-binary character Zayne.

7) Queer singer King Princess released her debut full-length album Cheap Queen last Friday. Listen to the album here. She also released a cover of Lady Gaga’s “Speechless” this week, which can be listened to here. Out singer Kehlani has released a new song and video with Teyana Taylor, “Morning.” Watch the video below.

8) Band PVRIS lead by out singer Lynn Gunn released an EP on Friday as well, “Hallucinations.” Listen to the EP here, and be on the lookout for their next full-length album coming in 2020. Non-binary singer Claud released their new EP Sideline Star, which can be listened to here.

9) New graphic novel The Avant Guards was announced this week, a conclusion of the eight-part Boom! Studios comic. From out creators Carly Usdin and Noah Hayes, the series and new graphic novel follow the basketball team made up of art students at an all-women school. The Avant Guards will hit shelves in September 2020.

10) Short film re: leaving is currently funding in Northern Ireland. In the film, three young queer students must attempt to rescue a friend who has been apprehended by their accommodation's security guard, all while wrestling with the divergent paths their lives in Belfast seem set to take. For more information, and to contribute, click here!