The GLAAD Wrap: Jill Soloway's new series picked up, Gaga to perform at Super Bowl 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) Southwest of Salem, a documentary on the San Antonio Four, will expand to Laemmle Music Hall in LA today, before its network premiere on October 15th on Investigation Discovery. The documentary tells the story of four Latina lesbian women who were persecuted and wrongfully convicted over 20 years ago in San Antonio and their struggle for exoneration. Watch the trailer below.

2) Moonlight, which garnered critical acclaim at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival, will open the 11th Rome Film Festival on October 13. The film tells the story of a young black man from childhood to adulthood in a rough neighborhood of Miami “as he wrestles with a complex love for his best friend.” Moonlight will open theatrically October 21. In other film news, Netflix has picked up the documentary Glory Daze: The Life and Times of Michael Alig, about New York’s club scene in the 1990s.

3) Amazon has picked up Jill Soloway's newest comedy I Love Dick for a full season.  The series follows a couple's marital struggles as they move to a small town in Texas and stars Fun Home's Roberta Colindrez as a queer groundskeeper named Devon. Billy Eichner announced on Twitter that Billy on the Street will soon return for season five, and released a new trailer for the season to boot. Ellen DeGeneres is co-executive producing Little Big Shots: Forever Young, a spinoff of Little Big Shots that will feature “seniors [who] will showcase their hidden talents."

4) The Strain, the vampire thriller drama adapted from novels by Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan, will end its run on FX after its fourth season. The Mindy Project is continuing its unusual production path with a move into syndication. The show, which was originally on FOX and then bought by Hulu, has reached a syndication deal with VH1 and Freeform for the first five seasons, which will start airing in October.

5) Out actor Alan Cumming will star in a new drama series in development at CBS. Dr. Death is based on the upcoming book of the same name by James Patterson, and Cumming would play a former CIA operative recruited to stop a serial killer. Amandla Stenberg has been cast in the upcoming adaption of Alexandra Bracken’s Darkest Minds trilogy. The YA novel focuses on survivors of a mysterious disease who develop uncontrollable powers and are sent to “rehabilitation” camps.

6) Lady Gaga announced this week that she will be performing at the 2017 Superbowl Halftime show. She sang the National Anthem at this year's big game. In other music news, Olly Alexander, the out frontman of Years & Years, donned an ensemble made of 86,000 Swarovski crystals in a video for “Meteorite,” the band’s first new material since their album Communion was released last year to widespread critical acclaim.

7) Tom Goss, who successfully crowdfunded and produced two music videos last year, has launched a new crowdfunding campaign  titled “Our songs, our stories: LGBT music videos.” Goss has plans for two new videos, one which is focused on telling the stories of LGBTQ seniors and another unique "Choose Your Own Adventure" style video where viewers can select everything from characters to settings. Find out more at Goss's Kickstarter page.