The GLAAD Wrap: Streamy Award nominations, new music from PVRIS and Fifth Harmony, 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) On Thursday, pop star Lady Gaga announced an upcoming documentary Gaga: Five Foot Two, a chronicle of the singer's personal life and relationships coinciding with the release of her 2016 album Joanne. The documentary will premiere at the Toronto Film Festival on September 8th, and then will be released onto Netflix on September 22nd. In other film news, the coming of age indie feature Beach Rats hits theaters in New York and LA this Friday.

2) Out trans model and YouTuber Gigi Gorgeous and bisexual YouTuber Eva Gutowski have been announced as social media correspondents for MTV's upcoming revival of TRL. Short for Total Request Live, TRL was a former staple of the network featuring a music video countdown and a live studio audience. The new iteration will have a heavy social media presence lead by Gorgeous, Gutowski, and vlogger Gabbi Hanna.

3) A trailer been released for American Horror Story: Cult, featuring a lesbian couple portrayed by Alison Pill and out actress Sarah Paulson. The season will premiere on September 5th. On Thursday night, ABC released a promo for their "TGIT" line-up, featuring their Shondaland shows, Grey's Anatomy, Scandal, and How to Get Away with Murder, all of which feature LGBTQ characters. A trailer has also been released for season two of the science fiction series The Shannara Chronicles, which relocated to Spike TV from MTV. The trailer features a kiss between Eretria (Ivana Baquero) and newcomer Lyria (Vanessa Morgan). Season two of The Shannara Chronicles will begin on October 11th, and you can watch the trailer below

4) In television news, Emmy and GLAAD Media Award-winning dramatic comedy Transparent has been renewed for a fifth season, ahead of the release of season four, which will come out on Amazon on September 22nd. Viceland has picked up The Trixie & Katya Show, "a hilarious hybrid of late night, daytime, and advice shows," starring drag queens Trixie Mattel and Katya Zamolodchikova, who currently host the digital series UNHhhh.  Fox has picked a pilot for an untitled romantic comedy from Grace and Frankie producer Billy Finnegan and out writer and producer Nahnatchka Khan. CBS has also ordered a pilot of an untitled legal family drama with out producer Greg Berlanti as an executive producer.

5) PVRIS, a rock-pop band led by out frontwoman Lynn Gunn, released their new album All We Know of Heaven, All We Need of Hell on Friday. On Friday, they also released a music video for their single "Anyone Else," which features a romance between Gunn and another woman. The album is out wherever music can be streamed or bought, and you can watch the video for "Anyone Else" below.

6) Fifth Harmony released their third studio album on Friday, the self-titled Fifth Harmony. The group includes Lauren Jauregui, who came out as bisexual last year. The album features the already released singles "Angel" and "Down," as well as eight new tracks. The album is available to stream and buy wherever music is sold, and you can watch the music video for "Angel" below.

7) The 7th Annual Streamy Awards, honoring the best in digital and online video and creators, announced their nominations on Tuesday.  LGBTQ-inclusive nominations include the narrative web series Brown Girls (which is now in the works for an HBO series) and Carmilla; documentary This is Everything: Gigi Gorgeous; beauty vloggers Manny Mua and Patrick Starrr; musician Dodie Clark; and out YouTuber and GLAAD Board Member Hannah Hart for the Purpose Award, honoring those who use their platform for a good cause. You can read the full list of nominations here, and watch the Streamy Awards live on Twitter on September 26th.

8) Out filmmaker Sridhar Rangayan is finishing up making the film Evening Shadows, set in a small town in Southern India, about a mother-son relationship being tested when he tells her that he is gay. Rangayan hopes to use the film to start a movement in India to connect the parents of LGBTQ folks in the country. Currently Evening Shadows is crowdfunding for completion funds, which you can read more about here, and watch the trailer below!