The GLAAD Wrap: Teen Choice Awards winners; 'Styling Hollywood' and 'This Close' trailers; new music from BROCKHAMPTON, Brandi Carlile's The Highwomen; 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) Gay romance End of the Century opens this weekend in New York City. In his alluring debut feature, Lucio Castro offers both a sun-soaked European travelogue and an epic, decades-spanning love story. Watch the trailer below and check out the full list of playdates for the film here.

2) Fuse has set a premiere date for the new series The Read with Kid Fury and Crissle West. The new talk/variety show, featuring out podcasters Kid Fury and Crissle West, will premiere Friday, October 11th at 11pm. Check out Fuse’s full fall slate here. The podcast The Read will continue alongside the TV series. In other TV news, a trailer has been released for the new Netflix original Styling Hollywood. The series follows the personal and professional lives of celebrity stylist Jason Bolden and his interior designer husband Adair Curtis. Styling Hollywood: Season 1 hits the streamer on August 30; watch the trailer below.

3) In casting news, Michael Cimino has been cast in the role of Victor in the new Love, Simon TV series that is in development for Disney+, the company's new streaming service. Set in the world of the film, the series follows Victor, a new student at Creekwood High School, on his own journey of self-discovery, facing challenges at home, adjusting to a new city, and struggling with his sexual orientation. Two new shows, Queer as Folk and One of Us is Lying, have been added to NBCUniversal's as-of-yet untitled streaming service. Bravo's Queer as Folk, a reboot based on the British LGBTQ-focused series, is currently in development. The new QAF is described as a modern take on the seminal series that centers on a group of club-going friends who find support in the gay community following a tragedy. E!'s adaption of One of Us is Lying, based on the book of the same name by author Karen M. McManus, has been picked up for a pilot, and is described as a combination of The Breakfast Club and Pretty Little Liars. High school students must unravel a murder myster as five of them walk into detention and only four walk out alive. 

4) Sundance TV has released a teaser trailer and premiere information for the second season of its original dramedy This Close. Created and written by its two deaf leads, the series follows the friendship of Michael (out actor Josh Feldman) and Kate (Shoshannah Stern) as they explore love and loss in Los Angeles. The new season, which is an expanded eight episodes and features guest appearances from celebrities such as out comedian Margaret Cho, will premiere with two back-to-back episodes on each Thursday, September 12 and Friday, September 13 at 9:00p.m. PT/midnight ET, and additional back-to-back episodes the following week on Thursday, September 19 and Friday, September 20 at the same times. Watch the trailer for the season here.

5) BROCKHAMPTON has released a new music video for their song "Boy Bye," and announced the release date of their new album. Ginger will be released August 23rd; you can watch the new video below. In other music news, Elton John released the lyric video for his single "Never Too Late" from the reboot of The Lion King. You can watch the video here. Adam Lambert has revealed the tracklist and release date for his newest project. Velvet: Side A, the first of two parts, will be released on Sept. 27 and have six songs on it, two of which have already been released. Out musician Lil Nas X is set to perform at the 2019 MTV VMAs. He joins other performers such as Camila Cabello, Shawn Mendes, Bad Bunny, J Balvin, and Lizzo. Check out the awards show Monday, Aug. 26 at 8 p.m. ET on MTV.

6) In more music news, out musician Brandi Carlile teamed up with Canadian singer-songwriter Tenille Townes to perform two songs for Cracker Barrel’s new “Five Voices, One Decade” initiative, a 50th-anniversary celebration of the restaurant chain, aimed at lifting up women in country music. Check out the video of their performance of “Somebody’s Daughter” below, and “Fulton County Jane Doe” here. Brandi and her country group The Highwomen also appeared with Jimmy Fallon to sing a “backstage acoustic” version of Fleetwood Mac’s “The Chain,” which you can watch here, and released the official audio for their single “Highwomen,” which you can listen to below.

7) Rock group Sleater-Kinney released their latest album The Center Won't Hold today. The band is made of up of queer members Carrie Browstein and Corinne Tucker. Listen to the album, produced by out singer St. Vincent, here. Out singer Shura (Aleksandra Denton) also released a new album today. It is her sophomore release, entitled Forevher, which is available here. Queer pop star Miley Cyrus released a new single entitled "Slide Away," with an accompanying music video. Watch the video below!

8) The Teen Choice Awards aired this past Sunday, August 11th, and a number of LGBTQ artists and LGBTQ-inclusive media took home prizes. LGBTQ and inclusive winners include Crazy Rich Asians for Choice Comedy Movie; Spider-Man: Far From Home for Choice Summer Movie, which featured Zach Barack, an actor who is also transgender; Stranger Things for Choice Summer TV Show, the most recent season included the coming out of new character Robin; Shadowhunters for Choice Sci-Fi/Fantasy TV Show; Riverdale for Choice Drama TV Show; Lil Nas X’s “Old Town Road [Remix]” for Choice R&B/Hip-Hop Song; Brandon Urie's band Panic! At The Disco for Choice Rock Artist; and Halsey for Choice Summer Female Artist and Choice Collaboration for her song “Boy With Luv” with BTS.  Watch a recap of the winners below, and check out the full list here.

8) Channel Q, the leading LGBTQ Talk Radio Network, has expanded its reach into nine additional regions of the United States. Joining places like Los Angeles, New York, and Washingtong D.C., listeners in Atlanta, Orlando, New Orleans, and Detroit, among other new locations, can now listen to LGBTQ news and information, pop culture and new music on air and via the RADIO.COM app nationwide.

9) Author Kimberly King Parsons has released a collection of short stories called Black Light. The stories explore the addictions and desires of Texan girls and women, and includes at least three stories about queer women. Order your copy at Amazon or your local bookstore.

10) Ecuadorian filmmaker Dany Flores is writing and directing a new short film called Vanilla Milkshake. Created by a group of LGBTQ and Latinx filmmakers, the short tells the story of Olivia, a hopeless romantic, who meets Aria, a new waitress at the local diner. Everyone in their world gets a predetermined “true love" token, which starts off cool, but gets warmer the closer they are to "the one". In Vanilla Milkshake, Olivia must search for love in a world of over-romanticized relationships, and learn that emptiness is not a lack of love, but a lack of self-acceptance. Check out the project’s Seed & Spark page, and watch the campaign video below.