Just So You Know: LGBTQ creators explore modern love in new Amazon Prime Video and TikTok series

Amazon Prime Video's first-ever UK TikTok Original series tackles topics like history, sexuality and religion.


Words: Jamie Tabberer; pictures: Amazon Prime Video

Amazon Prime Video has launched its first-ever UK TikTok Original series, Just So You Know - and it features a cast of LGBTQ creators.

The recently-dropped project explores topics like history, sexuality, and religion, as the six individuals pen love letters to the love of their lives, confessing how they feel and exploring what love looks like in modern times. 

The series was inspired by the hit Amazon Original TV show Modern Love.

Drag artist Joseph Wilson, who serves as the show's director, comments: “I’m passionate about celebrating marginalised communities and bringing our narratives to mainstream audiences. That’s why the opportunity to create a series highlighting what love means to the LGBTQ+ community was so special.”


We all have a love story the world needs to hear. Six love letters, six stories ❤️ #JustSoYouKnow #ModernLove

♬ original sound - Prime Video UK

Just So You Know features TikTokers Tyreece Nye (@tyreeceinheels), DJ Krystal Lake (@DJKrystalLake), dancer and choreographer Tarek Khwiss (@tarekkhwiss), Bailey Mills (@baileyjayemills), drill artist Mista Strange (@mistastrange1) and TikTok star Elliot Douglas (@theevolutionofelliot). The letters were brought to life by writer and performer Keith Jarrett.

Daniel Molyneaux composed the soundtrack for each episode, which is available as a TikTok Sound so audiences can feature it in their own videos.

According to Amazon reps, Just So You Know is the 'first new and original series in the UK exclusively created for and hosted on TikTok. All the casting, directing, shooting, editing, post-production and broadcasting decisions have been made with the platform in mind.'

Check out the show on Prime Video UK's TikTok now.

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