Pop Culture Fix: Bridget Regan’s Poison Ivy Blooms in Batwoman’s Gotham City

Friends, I hope you have a wonderful holigay that includes some time off and some cozy things you love! I got you a Pop Culture Fix for Christmas!

+ Bridget Regan’s Poison Ivy is heeeere!

+ Jeopardy’s favorite contestant, Amy Schneider, snagged her 14th win broke $600k this week!

+ The Euphoria season two trailer is here!

+ Out WWE star Sonya Deville still pushing for ‘organic’ on-screen LGBTQ representation.

+ Nicola Coughlan, Derry Girls’ wee lesbian, says goodbye to the series.

+ The Carrie-Anne Moss interviews are everywhere — p.s. read Drew’s review of The Matrix Resurrections  and in her NYT profile she talks about playing Jeri Hogarth, the first openly lesbian character in a Marvel TV series.

+ Gloria Calderón Kellett on With Love and what One Day at a Time means to her.

+ Jojo Siwa sends a message to parents who dislike her for coming out.

+ Doctor Who: Bill Potts’ 10 Best Outfits.

+ Cynthia Nixon, Sarah Jessica Parker, and Kristin Davis have responded to the sexual assault allegations against Chris Noth.

+ Ellen Pompeo really wants Grey’s Anatomy to be over.

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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. Best of luck there Sonya. I remember when WWE made an announcement several years back that they were going to change things regarding their queer content and being filled with absolute dread because of who runs the company and WWE’s history with queer related stuff. 6 years later I still don’t know what they meant by that because nothing happened onscreen and I never heard about them doing anything offscreen.

    Bottom line though, is that I don’t trust WWE to do anything well.

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