Netflix Tweets Trailer for LGBTQ+ Spy Comedy ‘Q-Force’

Netflix released the trailer today for their new LGBTQ+, spy comedy mashup Q-Force, to premiere September 2nd.

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Netflix released the trailer for their new show Q-Force, to premiere September 2nd, on Twitter today. Q-Force follows agent Steve Maryweather as he’s shuffled by the American Intelligence Agency to West Hollywood after he comes out as gay.




Rather than go quietly, Maryweather, voiced by Sean Hayes, assembles a queer crime-fighting squad with disguise expert Twink, mechanic Deb, and hacker Stat, brought to life by Matt Rogers, Wanda Sykes, and Patti Harrison. The crew also reluctantly takes on the straight Agent Buck, voiced by David Harbour of Stranger Things, in exchange for legitimacy in the eyes of the AIA.




Gabe Liedman, known for his work on Brooklyn Nine-Nine and PEN15, will lend his exciting talents to the show alongside Hayes and Parks and Rec creator Mike Schur. The trailer promises hilarious, raunchy gags and a lively storyline centered on queer humor. Guaranteed to have you coming back for the laughs, Q-Force is the LGBTQ spy mashup you didn’t know you were missing.