The GLAAD Wrap: Lily Tomlin to be honored by SAG, Daniel Franzese joins 'Conviction,' 'Gaycation' travels to Orlando

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) The new romantic dramedy Front Cover premieres today in select theaters before a wider roll out. The film centers on Ryan, a gay stylist, and the friendship that develops when he is assigned to style famous Chinese actor, Ning. Check out the trailer below.

2) Sport docuseries Keeping Score, featuring out soccer star Megan Rapinoe, was released this week by Fullscreen Media’s streaming service. The series profiles Rapinoe and two teammates, Hope Solo and Crystal Dunn, on their quest for Olympic gold and equal pay. In other documentary news, the National Geographic Channel announced that it will be working with Katie Couric on Gender Revolution, set to premiere globally in January.

3) It was recently announced that a special episode of Ellen Page's Gaycation will center around the aftermath of the shootings at Orlando's Pulse nightclub. The series follows Page and her best friend, Ian Daniel, on a journey of discovery of LGBT culture around the world. Gaycation Presents: Orlando will focus specifically on interviews of those affected by the Orlando shooting and will air August 24 at 10pm on Viceland before the series returns for season two on September 7.

4) TNT drama The Last Ship has been renewed for a fourth season, the series' ensemble cast includes out Lieutenant Alisha Granderson. In other TV news, NBC will air Tony Bennet Celebrates 90: The Best is Yet to Come, with guest performances by Lady Gaga, Elton John, and Rufus Wainwright, to celebrate the musician's birthday. It was also just recently announced that out actors Sean Hayes and Rosie O’Donnell have joined the cast of the network’s upcoming Hairspray Live! special.

5) A number of new castings have been announced ahead of the upcoming fall TV season. Out actor Daniel Franzese has been cast as a series regular in the upcoming ABC legal drama, Conviction. Franzese will play Jackson Morrison, a tenacious political operative who handles his mother’s Senate campaign and sister’s legal dilemmas. ABC's The Real O'Neals will return for season 2 on National Coming Out Day and include cameos by several out stars including Jane Lynch, Tyler Oakley, and Lance Bass. In cable news, Maribeth Monroe has been cast alongside Wanda Sykes in the TBS dark comedy pilot, World’s End. The show follows an English teacher who tries to navigate an asylum and will feature Monroe as Suzanne, Sykes’ ex-wife and head nurse at Kingsley Hospital.

6) Out creators have been taking networks by storm as both Alan Ball and Nahnatchka Khan closed production deals this week. Ball, creator of True Blood, will be developing a HBO series that focuses on a multi-racial family and the trouble that follows when one child can see what others cannot. Meanwhile, Fresh Off the Boat creator Khan will develop new projects in her three-year deal with FOX studios.

7) To round out the end of the week, a series of out woman are being honored in recognition of their work on and off the screen. Lily Tomlin, star of Grace and Frankie, will be receiving the SAG Life Achievement Award for her work as an actress, singer, and humanitarian. Tomlin is the first out actor to receive the honor. OWN’s Supersoul 100 has also showcased the work of out entertainers on their list of leaders "elevating humanity" including Amandla Stenberg, Janet Mock, Ingrid Nilsen, and Jill Soloway.

8) Hayley Kiyoko has released the music video for her new single "Gravel to Tempo" from her upcoming EP Citrine. "From the beginning of writing that song, I envisioned myself in front of all the girls I had crushes on in high school," Kiyoko told Refinery29. "I remember so well what it was like to idolize other people and look for validation from them. But then I grew up, and I realized: The only validation I need is from myself."