Pop Culture Fix: Queer Shapeshifter Nimona Is Finally Coming to Netflix!

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+ Paramount+ has picked up a new show from Elliot Page’s Page Boy Productions. According to Deadline, “Len & Cub is a limited six-part series dramatizing the secret relationship of two young men in rural 20th-century New Brunswick whose story came to light when a box of photos was recently discovered in an estate sale.”

+ “The gay is here and it’s going to get gayer.” Patrik-Ian Polk on P-Valley’s success, the return of Noah’s Arc, and telling Black gay stories.

+ Pedro Pascal can’t bring himself to watch the Last Of Us season finale.

+ Jane Lynch Returns to The Bystanders podcast with season two guests Guests Darren Criss, Margaret Cho, and Heather Morris.

+ Finally! The full Nimona trailer is here!

+ Can I interest you in a first look at the new season of Wheel of Time? I bet I can!

+ Okay the promo photos of Prime Video’s adaptation of Red, White, & Royal Blue are super cute.

+ Disneyland Pride display pays tribute to lesbian history.

+ Blue Jean evokes the anxieties of being a gay teacher in the Thatcher era.

+ The best LGBTQ+ comedy movies, ranked.

+ Megan Thee Stallion has surprise Pride reunion with classmate she defended from homophobia.

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Heather Hogan

Heather Hogan is an Autostraddle senior editor who lives in New York City with her wife, Stacy, and their cackle of rescued pets. She's a member of the Television Critics Association, GALECA: The Society of LGBTQ Entertainment Critics, and a Rotten Tomatoes Tomatometer critic. You can also find her on Twitter and Instagram.

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  1. Lower down in the Deadline article is a blurb about Emily Andras’ next project, “Carpe Demon”, about a “frazzled suburban mom who used to be a demon hunter,” and whose past has come back to haunt her – literally.

    I am so here for this.

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