The GLAAD Wrap: 'Wynonna Earp' renewed, Hannah Hart gets TV show, 'Black Sails' to end, new music from Tegan and Sara and more!

Every week, The GLAAD Wrap brings you LGBT-related entertainment news highlights, fresh stuff to watch out for, and fun diversions to help you kick off the weekend.

1) The new film Equity, which stars Alysa Reiner (Orange is the New Black) as Sam, a no-nonsense lesbian prosecutor, is out now. Sam struggles to balance the power of the corrupt high finance world with caring for her wife (played by Tracie Thoms) and children back home. Equity opens today in select theaters, check out the trailer below.

2) Lots of TV news was announced at last week's San Diego Comic-Con. Syfy's Wynonna Earp has been renewed for a 10-episode second season. MTV announced that the sixth season of drama Teen Wolf will be the show’s last, and Starz announced that GLAAD Media Award-nominated Black Sails will be coming to an end after season four. The first full trailer for FOX’s upcoming reboot of The Rocky Horror Picture Show also debuted.

3) In further television news, out YouTuber Hannah Hart has been given her own show on Food Network where she travels the country and dines out on a budget. It was announced critically acclaimed indie video game Life is Strange will be adapted as a digital series. Samira Wiley has signed onto Hulu’s adaptation of The Handmaid’s Tale, and the Matt Bomer-starring Amazon series The Last Tycoon was ordered to series. Additionally, Amandla Stenberg has been cast as the main character of the film Everything Everything, based on the YA novel of the same name.

4) MTV announced the nominations for their annual Video Music Awards this week. Out singer Sia’s "Cheap Thrills" was nominated in Best Female Video, and Troye Sivan’s Blue Neighbourhood Trilogy (which GLAAD partnered with Sivan to premiere) was nominated for Breakthrough Long Form Video. Vote for all of the categories here. Sivan also recently released a music video for the new version of his song, "WILD," which features Alessia Cara. Laurelle Mellet, Sivan’s mother, this week launched a petition to keep funding for an anti-bullying program to protect LGBT youth in Australian schools.

5) Tegan and Sara released two music videos this week, "BWU" directed by Clea DuVall and "Faint of Heart." "BWU" makes a statement about having a strong, longterm relationship without getting married, while "Faint of Heart" sees members of the LGBTQ community taking the stage to perform the song. Additionally, out rapper Mister Wallace released a music video for his song “It Girl."

6) The short film GoldStar has been released as a part of PBS’s Online Film Festival. The short focuses on a young girl dedicating a love song to her female teacher during her elementary school’s talent show. Watch the short and vote for it here.

7) Out writer and advocate Roxane Gay will be writing a companion series to Marvel's Black Panther called World of Wakanda. The series will follow Ayo and Aneka, a couple who are former members of the Black Panther's all-female security force. It is slated to be the only Marvel series with queer main characters. World of Wakanda will debut in November 2016.

8) The team behind the documentary film Queer Genius have launched a crowdfunding campaign for support in their post-production endeavors. The documentary follows the lives of four queer artists as they strive to produce original creative work. The funds acquired from this campaign would go towards reshoots, editing, sound design, and color correction. Find out more about Queer Genius on their Kickstarter page and on their website.