Tia’s a complete scene stealer. She’s defies so many boxes or tropes of what we’ve been programmed to expect from a black lesbian on TV.
New showrunner Marja-Lewis Ryan chatted about The L Word: The New Class for the first time with Lesley Goldberg at the Hollywood Reporter about her hopes and dreams for the reboot.
It’s Valentine’s Day in National City, which brings us a new potential beau for Alex, more reasons to love Nia, and a breakup we’ve all been waiting for.
Gay parents are the best parents, even cartoons know it’s true.
NBC Out talked to Ilene Chaiken about what we can expect from the upcoming “L Word” reboot.
Plus ladies kissing on How to Get Away With Murder and Siren, and an update on General Hospital!
Mariana has to explain boundaries to Raj again and Jazmin finally gets Gael to understand the bigotry she’s up against.
Grace Choi finally gets the backstory we’ve been waiting on for TWO YEARS. Trust me, you’re going to want a box of tissues for this one.
This entire season is so gay its nearly unquantifiable.
You’ve seen the show but do you really KNOW the show?
Plus: All American continues to showcase some of the best queer storytelling on TV, HTGAWM threatens Tegan’s life, Tig Notatro: Space Butch is back on Star Trek, Siren is getting closer to gay mermaids, and Legacies unburies a gay.
The Pretty Little Liars spin-off has a trailer, a premiere date, and a tiny bit of exposition about what happened to Alison and Emily’s happy ever after.
It’s the horniest, gayest episode of Riverdale yet!
The night of her 36th birthday, charismatic, caustic Nadia is killed in a chance accident, only to find that the evening has reset itself, looping endlessly. The premise is a puzzle, yet there’s no urge after watching Russian Doll to dissect or theorize; that’s not the point. The point is something else.
Things don’t go as planned when Stef and Lena visit their adult daughters for the first time — but they go exactly how Callie and Mariana need them to.
Sometimes you need to take your cute superhero girlfriend out for a movie and stroll through the park. And then sometimes, you have to leave her.
How about a little Valentine’s Day inspiration from your favorite fictional couples?
“I don’t need you to respect me, I respect me. I don’t need you to love me, I love me.”
Plus: Gal pals smooching on Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, near queer makeouts on Siren, soft butches in space, Chelsea Handler channeling Bette Porter, and a very sad Shondaland elevator.
Bette, Shane, and Alice — at the very least — will be back in the eight-episode new season that will land on Showtime some time in 2019.