The GLAAD Wrap: 'Pose' renewed, trailers for 'Miseducation of Cameron Post' and 'Orange is the New Black'

1) A new trailer has been released for the upcoming film, The Miseducation of Cameron Post. Premiering in select theaters on August 3, the film follows Cameron (Chloe Moretz), a young queer girl whose parents send her to conversion therapy in Montana, where she befriends other LGBTQ characters including Jane, who is played by out actress Sasha Lane. Based on the novel of the same name, The Miseducation of Cameron Post premiered at Sundance earlier this year where it won the festival's highest honor. Watch the trailer below.

2) In further film news, a trailer has been released for the upcoming movie Colette, based on the life of the French queer writer Sidonie-Gabrielle Colette. While writing under the name of her abusive husband, the film illustrates Colette’s relationships with two queer women, including genderqueer artist Mathilde de Morny also known as “Missy”. Watch the trailer below.

3) FX has renewed its hit series Pose for a second season which will premiere in 2019. Set in 1980s New York, the series focuses on queer ball culture and has made television history in casting five transgender actors for main roles. Catch Pose on FX or click here to watch.

4) Bisexual Brooklyn Nine-Nine actress Stephanie Beatriz is set to guest star in One Day at a Time’s third season as Pilar, a cousin who Elena believes is gay and wants to help come out to the family. Additionally, a new eight-episode biographical series about out actor and former doctor Adam Kay is in the works. The series will be based on his memoir, This is Going to Hurt, in which Kay depicts the realistic horrors of being a junior doctor in a labor ward. RuPaul is currently creating his own daytime talk show with his right-hand woman, Michelle Visage. The show is in the works to premiere in fall 2019 and will include celebrity interviews, games, beauty and makeup tips, as well as general commentary on pop-culture. Netflix has released a new trailer for the sixth season of their series, Orange is the New Black. Following the SWAT raid that ended the last season, the trailer shows the women adjusting to life in a new prison and dealing with the consequences of the Litchfield riots. Watch the trailer below.

5) Strange Names, an indie pop band fronted by out lead singer Liam Benzvi, released a new video for their song titled “Into Me” off their album Data. Out rapper Young M.A also dropped a video this week for her track “PettyWap” off her album Herstory In The Making. Click here for Young M.A tour tickets.

6) The Black List and Women In Film are looking for submissions for their Episodic Lab. Six to eight upcoming television writers who identify as women will be chosen to participate in the Episodic Lab which features peer workshops, script development, and classes from industry experts. Participants will also have their final scripts read by agencies and networks. Submissions are currently being accepted until August 30 and more information can be found here.

7) A new LGBTQ murder-mystery web series, Wicked Enigma, is seeking funding. Described as, “having the drama of Pretty Little Liars and the horror elements of Scream,” the series is about the chaos that ensues after bisexual character Max and his crew stumble onto the truth about a murder. Click here to support the project.