MuchMoreThanMuscle saidLooks a bit overly "whitewashed" to me. Although there is the token light skinned black man and one Latin guy. At least they're trying to go for balance.
You can't really tell much from the trailer. My fear is that they will sensationalize San francisco.
Really? How can you not tell? Nearly all the main actors are white. What you can see in that trailer is the occasional extra like a black man walking in the background or the Asian woman off to the side in the exercise classroom. This is an intentional method to create the illusion that there is diversity.
Think about why Asians and Blacks on this site whine about why they can't snag a White partner (their idealized fantasy man) and then tell me that cinema has nothing to do with it.
Well my point being that no cut scene in that trailer is longer than 2 seconds. I went back and timed it. I can't can't tell a damn thing about what's going on. I wouldn't jump to conclusions about anything based on that. I agree with your general commentary about racial representation of gays in media though.
In my experience with film-making, trailers that have those kind of fast cuts are avoiding showing the plot for a reason. Either because the plot isn't good, or because the final plot has not been decided yet. the latter is usually the case with TV shows, because they are many times testing the the plot and making changes until the last minute.