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TV: Will Lady gaga Join the Cast of Wednesday for Season Two?

Wednesday - Netflix

Wednesday star Jenna Ortega has addressed Lady Gaga taking part in the show’s viral dance trend and speculated about her joining the cast for a second season. After Wednesday hit screens, the dance scene choreographed for the school prom became a TikTok sensation as millions replicated it to the sound of Lady Gaga’s hit song “Bloody Mary”. It seems the trend got back to the music icon herself, as Lady Gaga did her own Wednesday cosplay and became an integral part of the Wednesday series. Full Story from Pink News

TV: Netflix Cancels Another LGBTQ+ Show

Dead End: Paranormal Park - Netflix

Another day, another LGBTQ+ Netflix show bites the dust: This time, it’s animated horror-comedy Dead End: Paranormal Park that has been cancelled by the streaming service. The series’ queer creator Hamish Steele confirmed the sad news in a statement on Friday (13 January), stating that “the powers that be” had decided to discontinue the show. “I have held onto this news for a while now, hoping that we could reverse it, change it, make something good out of it. But sadly I don’t think that’s possible right now,” Steele wrote. “It’s with a heavy heart that I tell you Dead … Read more

TV: Netflix Axes “Warrior Nun”

Warrior Nun - Netflix

Female-led fantasy action series Warrior Nun focuses on The OCS (Order of the Cruciform Sword) – a group of nuns that train teenage girls to fight demons and the forces of evil. The show, which originally debuted on the streaming platform in July 2020 and dropped its second season a little over a month ago, has built a dedicated following for its epic fight sequences, fascinating mythology and compelling character arcs. It also contains one of the best-written queer love stories on TV. Hailed as a “textbook example of how to do a queer slow-burn romance right”, the series follows … Read more

TV: Could Lady Gaga Be in Season Two of “Wednesday”?

Wednesday - Netflix

Following the huge success of Netflix’s Wednesday, a dance scene set to a sped-up version of Lady Gaga’s 2011 cult hit “Bloody Mary” has gone viral on TikTok. And a recreation by Mother Monster herself has prompted fans to ask whether she could be in season two of the series. The dance scene, which was choreographed by Jenna Ortega (Wednesday Addams), blew up on the social media app. Full Story from Pink News

TV: Fate: The Winx Saga Cancelled After Just Two Seasons

Fate: The Winx Saga

Netflix has cancelled Fate: The Winx Saga, making it the most recent in a long line of queer series axed by the streaming giant. Fate: The Winx Saga is heavily based on the Winx Club cartoon, which attracted many queer viewers in their younger years; the series subverted the ‘fairy’ slur and turned it into something positive. The cancellation of the series was announced by showrunner Brian Young in an Instagram post: “This is not fun news to share, but Netflix [has] decided not to move forward with Season 3 of Fate: The Winx Saga,” Young wrote. Full Story from … Read more

TV: Netflix’s The Bastard Son & The Devil Himself – the Gory Queer Fantasy You’ve Been Waiting For

The Bastard Son & The Devil Himself

Netflix’s new fantasy series The Bastard Son & The Devil Himself, based on the Half Bad series by Sally Green, is a tale of magic, gore and urban fantasy. As Nathan (Jay Lycurgo), illegitimate son of the world’s most dangerous witch, approaches his 17th birthday, the clock begins ticking. He must find his father and drink his blood – or suffer the most severe consequences. Set in a world where magical creatures, witches and fains live among mortals, Nathan goes on a quest that finds him caught in the middle of warring clans and the shadow of his father – … Read more

TV: “Sandman” Representation Divides LGBTQ+ Viewers


Netflix has divided LGBTQ+ viewers with its high-stakes adaptation of The Sandman. The Sandman, an adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s comic book of the same name, follows cosmic being Dream as he tries to regain his power after being imprisoned for over a century. Like the source material, the Netflix series is filled with LGBTQ+ representation – but some viewers feel conflicted over the execution of the plots and the characters. Some viewers raved about the inclusion of non-binary character Desire, played by a non-binary actor Mason Alexander Park. Dubbed the “the non-binary love child of Lady Daga and Gillian Anderson,” … Read more

TV: Why First Kill Wasn’t Renewed?

First Kill

Two days after Netflix announced lesbian teen vampire show First Kill would not be renewed for a second season, a showrunner has spoken out about why. First Kill gained a strong following for centring a strong Black lead in a lesbian romance in a classic teen fantasy series. However, despite chatter online about a new series, on Wednesday (3 August) Netflix announced the show was officially over – much to the disappointment of fans. Showrunner Felicia D Henderson told the Daily Beast the reason she “enthusiastically signed” onto the show was because it had “something for everyone”. Full Story from … Read more

Stranger Things’ Maya Hawke and Riverdale’s Camila Mendes Team Up for Gay Revenge Film

Do Revenge

Stranger Things star Maya Hawke and Riverdale actor Camila Mendes are joining forces for Netflix film Do Revenge – and it’s time for sapphics to unite. Netflix released first look pictures of the new dark comedy and let’s just say, Mendes and Hawke are looking more than cosy. Co-written by Thor: Love and Thunder’s Jennifer Kaytin Robinson, the plot follows Drea (Mendes) and Eleanor (Hawke) coming together to get revenge on the people who have wronged them. For Drea the problem is her high school ex-boyfriend Max, played by Austin Abrams (Euphoria), who leaked a sex tape. Eleanor is seeking … Read more

Special Edition of “Heartstopper” Graphic Novel Released to Coincide With Netflix Series

Heartstopper Graphic Novel

A special edition of gay graphic novel series, Heartstopper is being released alongside the upcoming Netflix adaption. The much-anticipated adaption of the best-selling YA series, by Alice Oseman is arriving on the streaming platform on 22 April. Oseman has announced that fans can get a tie-in version of Heartstopper Volume One, with a new cover featuring the show’s stars. It will be released on 28 April and fans can pre-order it from Amazon and Waterstones. Full Story from Pink News