Watch This: Hulu’s Fairy Tale “The Bravest Knight” Features Gay Dads

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“Be the real you, be the true you – it’s the bravest thing you can do!”

Hey, guys! Hulu has dropped the trailer of their groundbreaking LGBTQ animated fairy tale series titled “The Bravest Knight.” The show follows the story of a 10-year-old girl named Nia—who is currently training to be a knight—and her gay dads, Prince Andrew (voiced by Wilson Cruz, Star Trek Discovery) and Sir Cedric (T.R. Knight, Grey’s Anatomy).

In The Bravest Knight, Sir Cedric recounts to Nia his humble beginnings as a pumpkin farmer as well as his very own journey and adventures to knighthood. The series has thirteen episodes and in each one, Nia learns about the duties of a knight and important values like “honor, justice, and compassion; proving that knighthood is much more than slaying dragons.”

The Bravest Knight is based on Daniel Errico’s children’s book titled, “The Bravest Knight Who Ever Lived,” a tale about the young Cedric who rescued a prince and a princess and how he had come to wed the prince. You can watch the first five episodes of the series on June 21 on Hulu while the rest of the episodes will be released later this year. 

The Bravest Knight also stars Wanda Sykes, RuPaul, Bobby Moynihan (Saturday Night Live), Storm Reid (A Wrinkle In Time), Teri Polo, AJ McLean, Paul Sun-Hyung Lee, Maz Jobrani, and Donna Murphy, to name a few. 

Take a look at what the netizens are saying online about Hulu’s new show:

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  1. Nathan

    Nathan Writes:

    Another “Anthropomorphic” example of Homosexuality.

    As if, being a Homosexual is an outside experience…to be worn atop of a shoulder-blade; a hat upon a head; a belt around a waist, or a pair of shoes.

    We, Homosexuals, are “Parodies” to be depicted as make-believes? Is this how we want to be seen by the “General Public”?

    If it is, we will not have a “Gay President Elect”?

  2. Jockn2cbt

    Am I alone in cringing at this “we are the world” psuedo-utopian blather? It’s the same template Disney and scores of others use. One white, one black, one hispanic, one asian, thinly disguised gay or questioning characters, gender empowered, yada, yada, yada. These mind-numbing, constant drone object lessons in tolerance just give fuel to the haters about having an “agenda”. Can’t get through to me then brainwash my kids when I’m not looking. It’s overused, it’s not groundbreaking, it is social engineering and has otherwise moderate tolerant minds being polarized by the enemy camp. Slow changes in societal views are longer lasting than “in your face” confrontations will ever be.

  3. Hunter0500

    Gay cartoon Knights. A cartoon gay wedding on PBS’ “Arthur”. I’m not believing one bit of it until Bert and Ernie, real people, on PBS’ “Sesame Street” choose to reveal their sexual preferences.

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