The GLAAD Wrap: Trailers for 'American Gods' and 'Umbrella Academy,' new music from Troye Sivan, King Princess, 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) The Queer Eye team has announced that there will be an upcoming four-episode special airing this later this year: Queer Eye: We’re in Japan! The special will feature the Fab Five (Bobby Berk, Karamo Brown, Tan France, Antoni Porowski, and Jonathan Van Ness) learning from individuals in Japan as well as working their Queer Eye magic on four new “heroes.” The third season and the new special will be released later in 2019.

2) Lilly Wachowski, half of the team behind Sense8 and The Matrix, will be producing co-writing, and co-directing a show based on the pilot Work in Progress, which is a selection in the episodic section of Sundance Film Festival. Work in Progress follows a woman who is re-evaluating her life when her therapist dies mid-session and who also begins dating a trans man. It will premiere at Sundance.

3) A new trailer for the second season of Starz’ American Gods was released on Sunday. Based on the Neil Gaiman novel of the same name, the trailer shows the old Gods battling the new. It also gives us a glimpse of season one’s Salim and The Jinn, continuing their romantic storyline. American Gods premieres on Sunday, March 10. In other TV news, Syfy’s The Magicians has been renewed for a fifth season. The fourth season of the queer-inclusive fantasy show premiered on Tuesday night.

4) Netflix has released the full-length trailer for the upcoming series Umbrella Academy, based on the graphic novel of the same way. Out actress Ellen Page stars in the series about a dysfunctional family of superheroes who have eight days to save the world. Watch the trailer below! In other Netflix news, animated series She-Ra and the Princess of Power from out creator Noelle Stevenson, has announced that it will have a second season, which will be released on the streaming service on April 26.

5) The cast has been announced for season 11 of RuPaul’s Drag Race. Announced on Thursday morning by out Olympian Adam Rippon and season 10 winner Aquaria, the new cast includes A’Keria C. Davenport, Ariel Versace, Brook Lynn Hytes, Honey Davenport, Kahana Montrese, Mercedes Iman Diamond, Nina West, Plastique Tiara, Ra’jah O’Hara, Scarlet Envy, Shuga Cain, Silky Nutmeg Ganache, Soju, season 10’s Vanessa Vanjie Mateo, and Yvie Oddly. A date is not yet announced for season 11 of Drag Race.

6) GLAAD Media Award-recipient Troye Sivan has released a new song and video with collaborator Lauv. The single, “i’m so tired,” is a breakup song that Sivan has said is an homage to Coldplay and Lorde. The video is a one take shown from Sivan’s perspective, though Lauv also released his version of the video. Stream the song here and watch the video below.Out bi singer dodie also released a new video for her song, "Monster." The video centers on dating in a world where everyone is some type of creature. The song is off of her recent EP Human, which is available to buy and stream here. Watch the video here!

7) Queer singer King Princess released a new song in collaboration with Fiona Apple on Thursday, a new version of Apple's “I Know.” King Princess said to Consequence of Sound, "Her giving me this song to sing, and singing it with me, is the greatest of gifts.” Listen to the track here.In other music news, queer singer Betty Who released a Shape of Water-esque music video for her single “I Remember.” Watch the video below!

8) Lena Waithe produced the newest video from singer-songwriter Andy Allo. The video, for Allo's new single “Angels Make Love,” features several actual queer couples embracing each other. Allo told Out Magazine, “Unfortunately, there is still a cultural stigma for LGBTQ+ people, particularly those of color, so the video is also meant to shine a bright light on the beauty of that love.” Watch the video below. Waithe also cameos in Teyana Taylor’s video for the track “WTP,” along with Trace Lysette and other ballroom legends. The video also uses audio from the infamous Paris is Burning. Watch the video here.

9) A musical adaptation of the 1988 film Mystic Pizza has been announced, with lesbian singer-songwriter Melissa Etheridge attached to write the music. The original film which tells the story of waitresses at a pizza parlor starred Julia Roberts. In addition to Etheridge, the musical will be directed by Gordon Greenberg, and the book will be written by Greenberg and Sas Goldberg.

10) The presenters have been announced for the 25th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards. The casts of nominated films Black Panther, BlacKkKlansman, Bohemian Rhapsody, Crazy Rich Asians, and A Star is Born will present, along with LGBTQ presenters Lady Gaga, Matt Bomer, Ricky Martin, and Laverne Cox. The SAG Awards ceremony will air this Sunday on TNT and TBS at 8pm ET/5pm PT. More performers were also announced for the upcoming Grammy Awards, including queer singer Miley Cyrus, pansexual musician Janelle Monae, and out lesbian nominee Brandi Carlile. See the full list of performers here and catch the Grammys February 10 at 8pm ET/5pm PT on CBS.

11) Boy Meets Boy, an upcoming film from gay director Daniel Sánchez López, is currently seeking funding. The film is a mumblecore comedy gay love story between two men in Berlin. The two have 15 hours together before one of them leaves the city. It tackles the sense of belonging and identity within the gay community and the struggles of millennial queer people. Click here to learn more about the project and contribute.