Netflix Teases Exciting LGBTQ+ Content: New ‘Young Royals’ and ‘Elite’ Clips Take Center Stage

Netflix is ready to remind you that their content is here and queer.

In a new sizzle reel released for their “Keep Doing the Most” campaign, the streaming platform sparked queer joy by showing us some of our favorite LGBTQIA+ characters and storylines, including a sneak peek at the upcoming seasons of Young Royals and Elite!

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Set to Troye Sivan’s new song “What’s The Time Where You Are?”, the video delves into the swoony crushes, chosen family hugs, and fabulous looks we’ve witnessed in their content over the years.

Some fan-favorite titles featured are Everything Now, Heartbreak High, Never Have I Ever, Sex Education, Stranger Things, That 90’s Show, and XO, Kitty. According to Netflix, the campaign ties into LGBT History Month and was produced by an entirely queer-led crew.

Watch until the end for an exclusive first look at the third and final season of Young Royals.

“How did you imagine it would be?” Simon asks.

“I can… show you,” Willhelm replies.

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While Elite season seven will hit Netflix on October 20, there is no release date yet for Young Royals. Fingers crossed, it premieres this year!

Heartstopper Begins Filming

Another favorite series from the reel is Heartstopper, which started filming its third season earlier this month.

While Netflix has not released further details about the season, we have a few guesses. We will likely see all of our favorite leads rejoin the series – such as Joe Locke as Charlie, Kit Connor as Nick, Yasmin Finney as Elle, William Gao as Tao, Corinna Brown as Tara, Kizzy Edgell as Darcy and Tobie Donovan as Isaac.

Other characters who are likely to return are Jenny Walser as Tori, Cormac Hyde-Corrin as Harry, Rhea Norwood as Imogen, Fisayo Akinade as Nathan, Chetna Pandya as Coach Singh, Bradley Riches as James and, of course, Olivia Colman as Nick’s mother. Season two also saw Jack Barton as David, Leila Khan as Sahar, Nima Taleghani as Youssef, Bel Priestly as Naomi and Ash Self as Felix. They will also likely be back for the new season.

There’s so much queer content, it’s time to start rewatching!

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