Tyra Banks, Ollie Brack, Clinton Irey, Hayley Lozitsky, Rob Schwarze, David St. John, Jasmine Stodel and Kevin Chagnon have produced the upcoming “Generation Drag” TV series which revolves around an LGBTQ drag show called Dragutante.
Generation Drag Season 1 is specially designed for LGBTQ teens so that they get a proper platform to express themselves. This series features five teenagers, including their families, as they prepare for the biggest performance of their lives.
The five teenagers who star in the show are Noah, Bailey, Vinny, Jameson, and Nabela. The show is set to release on June 1, 2022 in the United States.
Now, there are other series you can watch if you’re looking forward to “Generation Drag” airing.
Must Watch Series Before “Generation Drag” Season 1:
Number of seasons: 1
Russell T Davies created this British TV series that navigates the experience of being gay in the 21st century. Henry Best, a middle-aged person, is at the center of the plot. Her date with Lance Sullivan, with whom Henry had been in a relationship for nine years, turns out to be disastrous.
After this incident, his old life is shattered from top to bottom. But later, he decides to embark on a new life that will impose unusual rules on him.
The series earned a nomination for the GLAAD Media Award in the Best TV Movie or Limited Series category. The cast of the series include Vincent Franklin, Cyril Nri, Julie Hesmondhalgh, Freddie Fox, James Murray, Fisayo Akinade, Cel Spellman, Con O’Neill, etc. It ran from January 22 to March 12, 2015 on Channel 4.
Number of seasons: 1
Russell T Davies also created this British television series whose sister series is “Cucumber” as well as the documentary series “Tofu”. But where “Cucumber” is a standalone series and focuses on a single gay man, “Banana” is a series of stories that make it an anthology series. This series navigates a broader spectrum of the LGBTQ world.
The plot stories center on the plot of “Cucumber” and are set in Manchester involving the city’s young LGBT people.
The series ran from January 22 to March 12, 2015 on E4.
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Number of seasons: 2
Objective Fiction was produced and Joe Hampson and Mae Martin created this British comedy-drama series which is a semi-autobiographical romantic comedy about Martin’s love life.
The plot of the series follows Mae Martin, a stand-up comedian, and their girlfriend George. George is a middle-class, repressed English woman. They meet at a comedy club where Mae performs. But when they start dating, George discovers that Mae is a former drug addict.
Although he joined Narcotics Anonymous meetings, it causes problems in their relationship. Another problem also peaks between them as George is reluctant to come out.
Mae Martin appears in the series as herself but as a fictionalized version. The character of George is played by Charlotte Ritchie. The series ran from March 18, 2029 to June 4, 2021 on Channel 4.
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Number of seasons: 6
Ilene Chaiken, Michele Abbot and Kathy Greenberg created this television drama series that navigates the lives of bisexual and lesbian women living in West Hollywood, California.
Characters featured in the series are longtime couple Bette Porter and Tina Kennard, local cafe owner Marina Ferrer, Jenny Schecter and Tim Haspell – her boyfriend, highly sexual and androgynous hairstylist Shane McCutcheon, bisexual journalist Alice Pieszecki, professional tennis player Dana Fairbanks who is locked up.
The series ran from January 18, 2004 to March 8, 2009 on Showtime.
Number of seasons: 6
Brian Koppelman, David Levien and Andrew Ross Sorkin created this American television series centered on hedge fund manager Bobby Axelrod and his rise to power and wealth. But since Axelrod is keen on high returns, he often crosses legal terms.
Chuck Rhoades, a lawyer from the United States struggles to prosecute him. Another character, Taylor Amber Mason, is an Ax protege as well as his former blood rival and current nemesis. This character is the first-ever non-binary role in a regular TV series cast.
Asia Kate Dillon stars as Taylor Amber Mason in the series. ‘Billions’ premiered on January 17, 2016 on Showtime.
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