Xena Will Be Gay in Upcoming TV Reboot

Xena: Warrior Princess will be super gay in the upcoming reboot.

While it was never outright stated in the 1990's hit TV show that Xena:Warrior Princess was gay, but there was plenty of hints and clues that was given to those who watched the show religiously. Well, in the new Xena reboot she will definitely be gay. Fans pretty much concluded Xena was gay on their own. For example, just check out Gabrielle and Xena's most intimate moments below: And in a 2003 interview, Lawless described Xena as "definitely" gay: “There was always a ‘Well, she might be or she might not be’ but when there was that drip of water passing between their lips in the very final scene, that cemented it for me,” says Lawless. “Now it wasn’t just that Xena was bisexual and kinda liked her gal pal and they kind of fooled around sometimes, it was ‘Nope, they’re married, man.’” The second time around, there won't be any subtle clues about Xena's sexuality and relationship with her partner Gabrielle. Xena will definitely be openly gay in the series, according to the show's executive producer Javier Grillo-Marxuach. “There is no reason to bring back Xena if it is not there for the purpose of fully exploring a relationship that could only be shown subtextually [sic> in first-run syndication in the 1990s,” Javier Grillo-Marxuach wrote in a Tumblr response. “It will also express my view of the world—which is only further informed by what is happening right now—and is not too difficult to know what that is if you do some digging.”

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