Open up your ears -- there's a new queer fairytale podcast coming.
The Real O'Neals star Noah Galvin will join Tony winner Ari'el Stachel in "The Two Princes," a brand new scripted podcast series about two rival royals who fall in love, Varietyreports.
The seven-episode series will be available for free on Tuesday, June 4 on Spotify and Apple podcasts. The podcast comes from Gimlet Media, which was acquired by Spotify earlier this year. Gimlet also produced the show "Homecoming," which was eventually adapted into the Amazon series starring Julia Roberts.
In "The Two Princes," according to Variety, Galvin plays Prince Rupert, who wants to break a curse over his kingdom. When he meets Amir (Stachel), who is a prince from a rival realm, the two team up on an adventure together and -- you know, fall in love.
The podcast also features certified gay icon Christine Baranski, Shohreh Aghdashloo, Matthew Rhys and Orange Is the New Black's Samira Wiley.
"The Two Princes" joins an increasingly queer podcast space. This year, Hedwig creator John Cameron Mitchell unveiled his podcast series Anthem, an original musical series that starred Glenn Close and Cynthia Erivo.
Hopefully, the state of Alabama won't find a way to ban this podcast the way it banned an episode of Arthur featuring teacher Mr. Ratburn marrying another man.