The extremely expected reimagining of the cherished series Queer as Folk is generating the big weapons. As if they required to provide audiences more of a factor to tune into the series’ work on Peacock, which starts on June 9, the statement of visitor stars Kim Cattrall and Juliette Lewis makes sure to more generate audiences by the droves. If you haven’t heard, the brand-new Stephen Dunn-developed series will follow in the steps of the Russell T. Davies classic of the late 1990s, which was then followed by an American variation in the early 2000s, due to the fact that we take all the great material from the Brits. Dunn’s retelling will be embeded in New Orleans and will follow a varied group of buddies who are handling a terrible occasion that has actually rocked every one of them to their cores. Devin Method, Fin Argus, Jesse James Keitel, CG, Johnny Sibilly, and Ryan O’Connell all star in the new-age variation.


When It Comes To Cattrall, she’ll play a high class southern belle with a trailer park past called Brenda. With a martini constantly in hand, Brenda’s slogan would be “here for a good time, not a long time.” Lewis will enter the function of cool-mom, Judy. Raising her kid on her own, Judy wishes to be the chillest mama on the block, no matter what the expense.

Together with the statement of the famous starlet’ additions to the brand-new Queer as Folk, a string of images were launched, exposing the basis of who Brenda and Judy are. Although she wishes to be her kiddo’s friend, Judy enter mama mode as one image shows the single moms and dad tucking some hair behind her kid’s ear throughout what seems a sincere talk. In another image, Judy’s prepared for a celebration as she’s dressed up in a dark pink celebration hat with a blouse to match.

Cattrall’s Brenda takes the phase in among the first-look images. With a microphone in hand, we’re hoping that she’s doing a repetition at a karaoke night, or that production is using the scatting skills the starlet is understood for in reality. Whatever the case, this scene is bound to be a winner. At the end of the day, whether she’s had one or 5 martinis, Brenda seems a fantastic mom to her teenage kid as she caringly nestles his head on her shoulder in the last image.

With a wave of fresh skill, blended with queer icons such as Cattrall and Lewis, the revamping of Queer as Folk is currently taking the kind of a renowned series. Take a look at the images on your own and tune into Peacock on June 9 when the very first episode drops.