The animated world just got a little bit gayer with the announcement that Sean Hayes, Patti Harrison, Wanda Sykes, Matt Rogers, and more have joined the voice cast of Netflix’s new queer, adult comedy “Q-Force”.

Created by Gabe Liedman (“Pen15”, “Big Mouth”) and executive-produced by Hayes, Todd Milliner, Ben Heins, Mike Schur, and David Miner, the sassy series follows all-star American Intelligence Agent Steve Maryweather (Hayes), who is ousted to West Hollywood after coming out as gay. There he assembles a misfit squad of LGBTQ+ geniuses, creating the Q-Force. But after a decade of waiting to be assigned a mission by the AIA, the team go rogue and find their own cases.

Courtesy of Netflix
Courtesy of Netflix

In addition to Hayes (he/him/his) as Agent Maryweather, the openly queer cast include Harrison (she/her/hers) as resident hacker Stat, Rogers (he/him/his) as a drag queen named Twink, Sykes (she/her/hers) as an expert mechanic and gadget guru Deb, and Liedman (he/him/his) as Maryweather’s love interest Benji.

Also lending their talents is Gary Cole (he/him/his) as Director Dirk Chunley, David Harbour (he/him/his) as Agent Rick Buck, and Laurie Metcalf (she/her/hers) as V, the deputy director of the AIA.

“Q-Force” premieres Sept. 2 on Netflix.


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