The Ultimatum: Queer Love Cast Spills All The Finale & Reunion Tea
'The Ultimatum: Queer Love' Cast Spills All The Finale & Reunion Tea
An explosive season has come to end.
As Pride Month heats up, The Ultimatum: Queer Love cast is fueling the fire.
The queer ensemble reunited for the first time since filming wrapped to go over all of the heartache, drama, and vulnerable moments seen throughout the season.
JoAnna Garcia Swisher hosted the bingeworthy show and teased all of the madness fans get to watch at the reunion.
"There was a lot of time that has passed from the last time that everybody was together filming this show to the reunion. You would think things would have fizzled out a little bit, but no. People came locked and loaded," Swisher says.
JoAnna Garcia Swisher Spills on 'The Ultimatum: Queer Love' Reunionyoutu.be
Although The Ultimatum is known for its dramatic moments, the cast took an immense amount of pride bringing queer representation to the mainstream by showing their lives on Netflix.
"The gravity of being a part of a queer show... knowing that I never got to witness that representation as a kid growing up, maybe I would have figured out who I was sooner. To give that to other people across the world, whether they're queer [or] trying to understand... I should do this," Lexi Cayla says.
"Although [The Ultimatum] is a chaotic example, it can be a starting point to conversation on a bigger scale, so I'm happy to be a part of that," Mal Wright adds.
Lexi & Mal Tease All the Drama on 'The Ultimatum' Season Finaleyoutu.be
Vanessa Papa made a huge splash on the show, although many fans didn't agree with some of her decisions throughout the season.
"You have name calling, you have backstabbing, you have lies, you have love, you have lust. You have literally everything! It's a rollercoaster of an experience," Vanessa Papa says.
Although the star brought plenty of drama to The Ultimatum, she's still thankful she had the opportunity to join a queer cast as they maneuver the complexities of finding love.
"It's insane. It's amazing to be a part of something that's so publicly broadcast and to think about people who are in their journey of coming out. This can help them feel connected to the struggles. It's just an honor."
The Ultimatum: Queer Love is streaming now on Netflix.To see the interviews with JoAnna and the cast, just check out the videos above and below.
Vanessa Papa Reveals What She Learned While Filming 'The Ultimatum'youtu.be