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Watch the Exclusive 1st Trailer of New Miami Dolls Series

Watch the Exclusive 1st Trailer of New Miami Dolls Series

Miami Dolls
OUTtv

This new series from OUTtv and Daddy TV centers around the trans women who work at Palace Bar in Miami Beach.

The same producers of X-Rated: NYC and For the Love of DILFs are launching a brand-new series called Miami Dolls, about trans women who work at the legendary Palace Bar in Miami Beach.

The main cast of Miami Dolls features Edna Mwah, Fantasia Royale Gaga, Nicky Monet, Rasheeda Phox, and Tiffany Fantasia. At its core, this new show is about showcasing “trans joy instead of trauma,” spotlighting trans women working together, developing friendships, and having a good time.

Overall, Miami Dolls is being dubbed as a “comedy docuseries.” However, the series also recognizes the importance of giving a platform to a marginalized group in conservative states during a time where their visibility, activism, and onscreen joy matters so much.

Watch the exclusive first trailer for Miami Dolls below.

Also known as “Fanny,” Fantasia Royale Gaga has lived in South Florida for the past 10 years and is a well-known entertainer and spokesperson in the region. Nicky Monet is a showgirl, TV personality, and activist who spends most of her time between Los Angeles and Miami. Tiffany Fantasia is an actor, drag performer, and singer-songwriter with a college education in jazz. Rasheeda Phox is a pageant and ballroom doll who also works as an HIV tester and counselor. Edna Mwah grew up in Ohio but is now taking Miami by storm with her stage presence and epic performances.

We can’t wait to keep up with these dolls!

Miami Dolls premieres March 15 on OUTtv.

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Bernardo Sim experiences and explains the queer pop culture multiverse. Born in Brazil, he currently lives in South Florida.

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