The original version of the drama series ran from 2000 to 2005, and for a while, it was a hit show on Showtime before it got canceled for reasons that were considered not good enough. It contained the humor, the drama, and a balanced ideality between portraying the modern gay relationships and the health risks they were so vulnerable.
After the series got canceled, it was a dull moment for those who enjoyed binging on the show, and a possible reboot is the best news in what seems like forever. This time around, however, the groundbreaking show will be premiering on Peacock, and in case you want to binge on the series, you’ll have to have a premium subscription.
Queer as Folk Season 1 Plot: What should we expect?
The series is one of the most energetic and vibrant reboot tv shows created by Rusell T Davies, and it explores a group of friends from New Orleans who have to look for a new normal when a tragedy crashes their lives. Since the series is based on the earlier American series released a while ago but canceled, it may be slightly similar or tweaked, but it’s best to believe it will be as magnificent as the first series were.
Written by Steph Dunn, The group of friends has to go on adventures to make their life as lively as they once were, and if that doesn’t sound appealing to you, then watching the series once it’s out will sweep your doubts away.
Queer as Folk Season 1 Release Date: When will it air?
The drama series is expected to start streaming on 9th June 2022 at Peacock, and if you would love to watch the series and do not have a peacock subscription, then this is the time to do so. You do not only need a peacock subscription as residents in the US can tune in on Sky Tv and NOW as they can access Peacock shows on these channels. The series eight episodes are expected to premiere all at once, and Incas of any changes, the showrunners will update us on their official website.
Queer as Folk Season 1 Cast: Who will appear?
If you watched Sex and the City, then news of Kim Cattrall joining the series cast should be worth celebrating. Kim Cattrall (How I Met Your Father) has featured in many movies, and if you were disappointed in him not reprising his role, then this is the place to watch him in action. Jesse James Keitel (Big Sky) has also joined the series casts as one of the regulars, and she is expected to play a trans girl who has a history of being a party animal but still struggling to mature. Other casts include Devin Way from Greys Anatomy, Fin Argus (Clouds), Candace Grace, Johnny Sibilly (Hacks), and Ryan O’Connell (Special).
Queer as Folk Season 1 Trailer: When will it be out?
The series trailer has not been released, but recently Peacock released a trailer that only gave away the series release date and the Channel where it was expected to stream once it is out on 9th June. As we anxiously wait for 9th June, you should check out the earlier debut on Showtime as it will make you fall in love with the reboot before its arrival.