The GLAAD Wrap: 'Nashville' trailer, 'Doubt' sets a premiere date 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) Doubt, a new legal drama starring Laverne Cox as trans lawyer Cameron Wirth, will premiere on CBS February 15, taking over Code Black’s Wednesday night slot. CBS All Access, the network's subscription service, has announced that out actor Anthony Rapp will play Lt. Stamets, a gay Starfleet Science Officer, in the upcoming Star Trek: Discovery. Stamets is described as an "astromycologist" and a fungus expert.

2) CMT released a dramatic new trailer for the upcoming fifth season of Nashville, after the series was picked up by the channel following cancellation by ABC. Out country singer Will seems to play a big part in the trailer where he can be seen playing several concerts - including confronting an instance of anti-gay violence - and sharing scenes with a new love interest. This season will also add a recurring transgender character played by trans actress and advocate Jen Richards.

3) Moonlight is racking up the wins as award season begins to kick into gear: it won Best Feature and Best Screenplay, along with a special jury ensemble award, at the IFP Gotham Awards, and Best Director, Best Supporting Actor, and Best Cinematography at the New York Film Critics Circle Awards. The film, about a young gay black man growing up in Miami, has also received 10 nominations at the Critic’s Choice Awards, including Best Picture, Best Director, and a Best Young Actor/Actress nod for Alex R. Hibbert, who plays “little” Chiron. Some of the other Critic's Choice Awards nominees include out actress Kate McKinnon in Best Actress in a Comedy for Ghostbusters, The Handmaiden in Best Foreign Language Film, Tom Ford also picked up a nomination in Best Adapted Screenplay, and the gay-inclusive film Star Trek Beyond is nominated in Best Sci-Fi/Horror Movie and Best Hair and Makeup.

4) The xx has released their first music video, “On Hold,” for their upcoming January album release, “I See You.” The retro-flavored video celebrates “sex, youth, and the carefree days of high school,” and features both straight and gay couples.

5) Mythic Bridge, a youth filmmaking workshop, is crowdfunding for their newest "Change The Script" workshop. The workshop will focus on short films that "tell the LGBTQ youth experience in an authentic and positive way" by providing the youth a space to express their unique voices. Find out more at the Mythic Bridge Kickstarter page, and check out their video below.