Peacock has debuted the first full trailer and a poster for Stephen Dunn’s upcoming drama Queer as Folk. A reimagining of Russell T. Davies’ groundbreaking 1999 British TV series, it follows a group of diverse friends living in New Orleans as they find their lives transformed following a tragedy; take a look here…
Queer as Folk is a vibrant reimagining of the groundbreaking British series created by Russell T. Davies, exploring a diverse group of friends in New Orleans whose lives are transformed in the aftermath of a tragedy.
The series features a cast that includes Devin Way (he/him) as Brodie (he/him), Fin Argus (they/them) as Mingus (he/him/they/them), Jesse James Keitel (she/her) as Ruthie (she/her), CG (they/them) as Shar (they/them), Johnny Sibilly (he/him) as Noah (he/him), Ryan O’Connell (he/him) as Julian (he/him), with guest appearances from Kim Cattrall, Juliette Lewis, Ed Begley Jr., Armand Fields, Chris Renfro, Eric Graise, Sachin Bhatt, Benito Skinner, Nyle DiMarco, Lukas Gage, Megan Stalter, Olli Haaskivi, and Calvin Seabrooks.
Queer as Folk arrives on Peacock on June 9th.