The GLAAD Wrap: New BBC drama to follow two gay couples, a possible 'Will & Grace' revival 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) The documentary Becoming More Visible will premiere in New York City on November 11 as part of DOC NYC. The film follows four trans teens in New York City who are figuring out who they really are while contending with family and societal pressures. Tickets are available now, check out the Becoming More Visible trailer below.

Becoming More Visible INTRO from Pamela French on Vimeo.

2) Julian Morris will star in Man in an Orange Shirt, an upcoming BBC drama that will focus on two gay couples 60 years apart in time, connected by a painting – he joins a cast that includes David Gyasi and Vanessa Redgrave. Jack O’Connell has been cast as the out late fashion designer Alexander McQueen in the upcoming untitled biopic from out director Andrew Haigh. Billy Eichner has joined Netflix’s new comedy series Friends From College in a recurring role. Freeform will air a one-hour tell-all after the two-hour series finale of Pretty Little Liars this spring, featuring cast members and executive producer I. Marlene King.

3) Out actor Jim Parsons will executive produce a new drama series, The Terranauts, that is being put into development at The CW. Based on the novel of the same name by T.C. Boyle, it focuses on eight scientists in an off-Earth colony. Fox has ordered  scripts for the dramedy Token White Male from out Faking It showrunner Carter Covington. A Will & Grace revival is reportedly in very early talks at NBC, with a ten-episode limited series in mind starring the original cast. Out actress and host Raven-Symone is departing The View to develop a spinoff of her hit Disney Channel comedy, That’s So Raven. She will executive produce and reprise her role as psychic Raven Baxter.

4) The team behind Finding Home has launched a crowdfunding campaign to produce their documentary web series, which focuses on LGBTQ immigrants and asylum seekers in Los Angeles. Episodes will be narrated by subjects in their native languages as they talk about why they have come to America, what home means to them, and their hopes for the future. Find out more at the Finding Home kickstarter page and check out a preview below.