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Outfest Unveils Lineup For Third Outfronts TV Festival

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EXCLUSIVE: Outfest has today unveiled the lineup for the third edition of its LGBTQ+ TV festival Outfronts, a four-day virtual gathering to take place this year from June 2-5.

The lineup for the festival, aiming to highlight the diverse representation of LGBTQ+ characters on screen, includes panels with the stars of Fox’s 9-1-1: Lone Star, Max’s Our Flag Means Death and Prime Video’s With Love, as well as the creators and cast of both Somebody Somewhere (HBO) and The Other Two (Max), and the writer-director and stars of NBC’s Quantum Leap revival, who discuss its episode “Let Them Play.” Also to be highlighted is a talk with Raina Deerwater, one of the architects of GLAAD’s 2022-2023 Where We Are On TV report, as well as Ian Carlos Crawford and Monica Monroe, about the future of LGBTQIA+ representation in television.

Panels will be available to stream free of charge online and via Outfest’s Outfest+ platform. Those interested can RSVP here. “With Outfronts now in our third year, we are committed to continuing to build platforms and spaces where we can raise awareness of the importance of having LGBTQ+ stories and characters represented on television,” said Outfest’s Executive Director, Damien Navarro, “especially when it seems that the industry is lagging behind.” View the full lineup for this festival put on by the L.A.-based nonprofit, devoted to uplifting global Queer and Trans creators in the entertainment industry, below. Our Flag Means Death – Premieres Friday, June 2nd @ 8am PT Cast members from Max’s groundbreaking action comedy series reflect on Season 1’s unique and totally surprising queer flavor, from genuine gay romance to swashbuckling non-binary pirates.

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