An animated superhero’s coming-out expertise turns into an expert catalyst within the first trailer for “Q-Drive,” Netflix’s new animated collection for mature audiences.
Due out Sept. 2, “Q-Drive” follows Steve Maryweather (voiced by Sean Hayes), an American Intelligence Company officer who comes out as homosexual, after which his superiors relocate him to West Hollywood, California, hoping he’ll fade into obscurity.
As a substitute, he assembles his personal squad of LGBTQ “geniuses,” which embody knowledgeable mechanic Deb (Wanda Sykes), grasp of drag and disguise Twink (Matt Rogers), and hacker Stat (Patti Harrison).
Catch the “Q-Drive” trailer under.
After this rogue crew of queer misfits efficiently solves its first crime, they achieve the reluctant approval of the AIA, which names them “Lively Secret Brokers.” That improve, nevertheless, features a caveat ― the Q-Drive should welcome a straight man, Agent Buck (David Harbour), to their squad.
Creator Gabe Liedman mentioned he sees “Q-Drive” as a “homosexual James Bond” that displays the hopes and issues of the LGBTQ neighborhood at giant.
“The adventures that this crew goes on should not be the adventures you suppose,” he instructed Leisure Tonight on Thursday. “And the stakes are actually huge. It’s life and demise. It’s a world hanging within the stability. However the entire time, hopefully, you’re laughing as these full underdogs step up and reserve it over and over on this approach that’s satisfying.”
The present 10 episodes additionally function the voice abilities of Niecy Nash and Stephanie Beatriz and based on Liedman, they don’t skimp on the grownup humor.
“If you realize what breeding is, you realize what breeding is,” he instructed ET. “And we’re simply going to make a joke about it.”