Pop Culture Fix: Aubrey Plaza’s Got Major Imposter Syndrome (GAY!) in Her New Hulu Dark Comedy

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Oh well hello there, and welcome to your midweek Pop Culture Fix!

+ Aubrey Plaza’s got a new dark comedy, Olga Dies Dreaming, coming to Hulu!

Plaza will star in the title role as Olga, a renowned wedding planner whose surface successes mask a darker interior. For Olga, the pursuit of perfection has become a compulsive survival mechanism as she tries to climb as far from her past as she can. Still, she can’t shake the feeling that the important people she knows don’t see her as their equals and this nagging sense that her success is an illusion always leaves her wanting more.

+ The Chi has been renewed for a fifth season.

+ Carmen’s calling it: Charlotte’s kid is queer in the new SATC.

+ Ashley Nicole Black on double Emmy nominations for writing Black Lady Sketch Show and Amber Ruffin Show.

+ King Princess is teaming up with… Birkenstock?? It’s all happening 90s gays!

+ The Advocate’s got an exclusive clip of Raven-Symoné on Turning the Tables with Robin Roberts.

+ Here’s the first look at Beanie Feldstein as Monica Lewinsky in American Crime Story: Impeachment.

+ Westworld’s back in production and Deadline’s got a scoop on what’s coming for Tessa Thompson’s Charlotte Hale-clon.

+ Tig Notaro and Jason Sudeikis find comedy amid chaos.

+ My Hero Academia’s most hated character might be its first bisexual.

+ Lucy Hale is on the first episode of The Demi Lovato Show and not only did she spoil the ending of Pretty Little Liars for Demi (they were like, “NO! NO! I’M ONLY ON SEASON THREE!” somehow in 2021 😂), she also finally agreed Aria and Ezra was a fucking mess and should never have happened. VINDICATION!

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Heather Hogan

Heather Hogan is an Autostraddle senior editor who lives in New York City with her wife, Stacy, and their cackle of rescued pets. She's a member of the Television Critics Association, GALECA: The Society of LGBTQ Entertainment Critics, and a Rotten Tomatoes Tomatometer critic. You can also find her on Twitter and Instagram.

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  1. Looking forward to the Impeachment. I wonder how they will start the story. Would it be starting with the trial or will we get some of the stuff that happend before it?

  2. I thought the same thing about Rose (Charlotte’s daughter) when I saw the pic of her wearing that tuxedo shirt!

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