The GLAAD Wrap: Trailers for 'Let it Snow,' 'The L Word: Generation Q,' 'She-Ra and the Princesses of Power;' new music from Kesha, Ben Platt, 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) A trailer has been released for Netlfix’s Let it Snow, a new Christmas romance film focusing on a group of teenagers in a small town, and their love stories. This includes a queer romance between two characters played by out non-binary actor Liv Hewson and out bi actress Anna Akana. Watch the trailer below and catch the movie on Netflix November 8.

2) Out queer actors and married couple Tig Notaro and Stephanie Allyne are making their co-directing debut on an untitled film from out The Ellen DeGeneres Show head writer Lauren Pomerantz. Based on Pomerantz’s own life, the films follow two life-long best friends, one of whom is going on a personal journey involving her sexual orientation. In further film news, Supernova, a new romance starring Colin Firth and Stanley Tucci as a couple, has just received distribution. The film follows couple Sam and Tusker, who have been together for 20 years, traveling across England after Tusker was diagnosed with dementia.

3) This weekend in Los Angeles is the ReelAbilites Film Festival, a three-day festival that showcases new and classic films, conversations, and artistic programs, and that explores, embraces, and celebrates the diversity of our shared human experience. All films are presented with full audio description and closed captioning. Click here for more information and tickets!

4) A new trailer for Showtime’s The L Word: Generation Q has been released. The trailer shows characters from the original L Word, as well as several queer and trans new characters living and loving in Los Angeles. The show premieres December 8 on Showtime; watch the trailer below. The first trailer for FOX’s 9-1-1: Lone Star has been released. Though he doesn’t appear in the trailer, the show made history by casting Brian Michael Smith as the first Black transgender man who is a series regular on broadcast TV. Watch the trailer here.

5) Out non-binary actor Jacob Tobia has announced their role in the upcoming fourth season of She-Ra and the Princesses of Power. They will play Double Trouble, a non-binary shapeshifting mercenary who joins forces with Catra. The trailer for the fourth season of She-Ra was also released this week; watch it below. A trailer has also been released for Deputy, an upcoming FOX midseason drama. The show’s cast includes out queer non-binary actor Bex Taylor-Klaus. Watch the trailer here.

6) In other news for inclusive animated programming, HBO Max is bringing back Adventure Time for four new specials. One of those, “Obsidian” follows queer characters Marceline and Princess Bubblegum as they try to stop a catastrophe in the Glass Kingdom. Out Riverdale creator Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa has two new series for HBO Max in the works: The Shelley Society, a “Victorian X-Files” with a young Mary Shelley, and The Brides, a Dracula re-imagining with fellow out producer Greg Berlanti.

7) In casting news, out actress Alia Shawkat has been in a new FX pilot, The Old Man, opposite John Lithgow and Jeff Bridges, where she will play Angela, a rising star at the FBI. Out actor Lee Pace has been cast in the Apple TV+ series Foundation, a science fiction show where he will play Brother Day, the Emperor of the Galaxy. The people who bring you Drag Race have announced RuPaul’s Celebrity Drag Race, where an all-star group of drag queens help three celebrities per episode compete in drag for Charites of their choice. The show is slated to premiere in 2020. In more TV news, CBS comedy Carol’s Second Act, which stars out comedian Sabrina Jalees, has been picked up for a full season.

8) Queer singer Kesha announced her new album High Road, which will be released on January 10. In the trailer for the album, she says, “I revisit my roots of pure and utter debaucherous joy.” She also released a new single and music video on Thursday, “Raising Hell” which features out artist Big Freedia. Watch the music video below, and preorder High Road here.

9) Out actor and singer Ben Platt has released an EP of music from his Netflix series The Politician, including several covers that his character sang on the show. Listen here. Out singer Brian Justin Crum has released a music video for his song “Bright,” which he stated was a love letter to anyone who has been “othered.” Watch it below.  Out singer Davis Mallory has released a new single and video, “RIP,” which celebrates the singer’s sobriety. Watch the music video here.

10) Out bi singer Victoria Monét released a new single “Ass Like That” on Tuesday. The single was released with a lyric video, which can be viewed here.  Queer singer and artist Maiah Manser as released a single and music video for “DoLL,” a song calling out toxic masculinity and filmed with a 95% women crew. Watch it here.

11) The nominees have been announced for the American Music Awards, and there are several LGBTQ artists among them. Out rap/country star Lil Nas X received five AMA nominations, while bi singer Halsey and queer-fronted Panic! At the Disco both had three nominations. Lady Gaga, and Elton John also received nominations. Vote for your favorite LGBTQ artists here and catch the AMAs Sunday, November 24 on ABC.

12) Delta & Daisy, a web series about two married women solving crimes in New Orleans, is currently funding. The first season will follow the two detectives as investigate a death, and find themselves advocating for the burlesque entertainers in the French Quarter. To learn more about the project and contribute, click here