The GLAAD Wrap: FOX announces live 'Rent' production, 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' renewed, Ellen's new YouTube series

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) The lineup for Provincetown International Film Festival has been announced, with many LGBTQ-inclusive films on the list. These include several narrative and documentary features as well as a "Queer Shorts" section. A highlight is the anticipated documentary The Death and Life of Marsha P. Johnson, detailing the life, work, and untimely death of the "mother of Stonewall." The film festival runs June 14th-18th. Tickets and the full line up of films can be found here.

2) Wolfe Releasing has acquired the U.S. releasing rights to coming-of-age drama Princess Cyd. The film tells the story of a young athlete who falls spends the summer with her aunt, and falls in love with a girl in the neighborhood. It premiered last week at the Maryland Film Festival, and will be released digitally later this year. Additionally, Cinema Guild has aquired U.S. distribution rights to 4 Days in France, a gay romance about a man who goes on a whirlwind adventure in France.  In other film news, Freestyle Digital Media has acquired the film distribution of comedy Miles, the story of a young man who joins the girls' volleyball team for a college scholarship. The film won the Audience Award at Outfest, and will be released digitally June 9th.

3) The new trailer for season five of Netflix's Orange is the Black has been released. The fifth season of the award winning show will pick up immediately where last season left off, and have the inmates band together for control of the prison. Many of the show's LGBTQ characters are featured in the trailer, including Laverne Cox's Sophia. The whole season will be released on June 9th, and you can watch the trailer below.

4) FOX has announced that their next live musical will be Rent, the Tony-winning and acclaimed rock opera set in New York during the height of the HIV and AIDS crisis. The musical was groundbreaking in its portrayal of LGBTQ characters and people who are HIV-positive. The estate and family of the late writer Jonathan Larson will be excecutive producing the project, which has no air date or casting as of yet.

5) At this week's NewFronts, YouTube announced a new slate of ad-sponsored original content with A-list celebrities. One of the shows they are highlighting is a new show from Ellen DeGeneres: Ellen's Show Me More Show. It will be a twice a week series, highlighting Ellen's behind the scenes conversations with celebrities and some of her favorite moments.

6) In a week full of renewels and cancellations, some standouts include police comedy Brooklyn Nine-Nine being renewed by FOX for a fifth season, and Modern Family getting two more seasons from ABC. In other news, ABC cancelled The Real O'Neals after two seasons, and Kevin Keller has been upped to a series regular for season two of The CW's Riverdale.

7) CBS has ordered the drama Instinct to series, starring out actor Alan Cumming as a former CIA operative who has to return to his old life to help out the NYPD. The first teaser for NBC's upcoming Will & Grace revival has been released, teasing the larger trailer that will be released on Monday. The 12 episode 9th season is coming this fall, and you can watch the first teaser below. 

8) Out popstar Miley Cyrus has released the music video for her new single "Malibu" off of her upcoming album to be released later this year. The video is directed by Cyrus and Diane Martel, and the song is available for purchase and streaming. Check out the video for "Malibu" below.

9) Out singer Perfume Genius has released a new video for his song "Die 4 You" off the album No Shape, which is now available for purchase and streaming. Watch the video below!

10) Photographer Mikael Owunna is on a mission to collect a database of photographs and stories of LGBTQ African Immigrants with his project Limit(less). Owunna has been collecting these images for over three years, and is going to expand the photography project into Europe. Through these, he is trying to spread acceptance and banish harmful stereotypes about being queer and African. You can check out more about the project here.