The GLAAD Wrap: 'Jessica Jones' and 'London Spy' trailers 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) This week Netflix released the trailer for their new series Marvel's Jessica Jones, starring Krysten Ritter as the ex-super-hero-turned-private-detective heroine. You also get a brief glimpse at Carrie-Anne Moss as attorney Jeryn Hogarth who will reportedly have both a female partner and a mistress on the show. You can catch Jessica Jones on Netflix on 20 November, when all 13 episodes of the first season go live.

2) The trailer for BBC Two's London Spy was released this week, starring out British actor Ben Whishaw, best known as gadget wizard Q in the modern Bond films.  Following the story of a chance romance between two people from very different worlds, Whishaw plays the gregarious Danny who falls for the anti-social, enigmatic Alex (played by Edward Holcroft) and finds himself pulled into the world of espionage.  The five hour mini-series premieres in Britain on November 9th, with no confirmed date for the U.S. release.

3) Out internet personality, comedian, author and actress, Hannah Hart will be pairing up with her Camp Takota co-creators Grace Helbig and Mamrie Hart for a new film called Dirty Thirty. The Youtube-famous trio will executive produce and star in the new Lionsgate film, which is anticipated to be released in the same format as Camp Takota, via digital distribution.

4) Out TV host and producer Andy Cohen will be hosting Then and Now, a three-part limited series on Bravo that focuses on three significant years in history – 1989, 1994 and 2000.  In each episode, Cohen discusses the most influential trends and events that shaped that year and reveal how the past has impacted the cultural nuances of today in unexpected ways.

5) Between The Shades is a feature documentary "that seeks to explore the shades of being gay by exploring what connects us all: our desire to love." The project started off when director Jill Salvino began to wonder about articulating all the diverse experiences that define what it means to be gay. Public participants will be preselected to share some of their own stories following prompts around significant and seemingly insignificant moments, which will inform the film's plot.  Learn more about the project over here: