That extremely gay phenomenon of falling for your best friend and doppelganger.
Grey’s Anatomy and The Bold Type returned to your TV!! Plus updates on grown-ish and All American.
Vampires and zombies and spaceships and swords and clones and superpowers and ghosts and time-travel, oh my!
“Transformative justice”—the idea that communities can resolve and repair harm and abuse, as well as transform the conditions that led to them, on their own without the necessity of State intervention or by replicating the State’s carceral form of justice—looks good on paper, but there are still so many big questions.
A look at two shows that confront the crushing pressure of high school athletics in divergent but visceral ways.
Good Trouble continues its tradition of highlighting an increasing number of important issues that often go undiscussed, like opioid use among young people and education policy — but “Gumboat Becky” also shows a series that’s evolving and willing to address how it builds its own narrative.
The Heart is essential queer podcast listening. Imagine an oozing volcano of punk-infused feminist hauntings and awakenings in your headphones.
The couple originally announced their marriage just two months ago. Today is sad.
Which She-Ra character should get the show’s only F-Bomb, a lesbian character on Disney’s Diary of a Future President, a queer fave back on Top Chef, and new trailers for Sabrina and Visible: Out on TV.
When I watch these movies, I find myself writing fan fictions in my head: What details would I change, to make this piece of art truly for me, and for the community that I love? Maybe it’s simply that the sex workers on film would just be a lot more… regular.
The Legends are BACK and so are Sara and Ava, learning to navigate their post-Crisis relationship.
Katie Sowers is going to the Super Bowl and Amber Heard looks great in her cast!
Chani Nicholas’ debut astrology guide slash workbook gives you the keys to better understand yourself, if you are ready to commit to it.
What’s incredible about Sex Education, and especially this second season, is its ambition is to include everybody.
America Ferrara’s new bilingual comedy series combines my absolute favorite things: Latinx families, drool-worthy close ups of food, and brown girls making out. What more could you ask for?
It’s tough competition on The CW, but Batwoman seems determined to become the gayest show on TV.
Bette Porter is not afraid to sleep with your wife! And we’re not afraid to admit that we loved a certain sinful make out!
Alex and Kara find themselves swimming in Brainys, including a gay lady Brainy, in this new post-Crisis world.
Gen Q has come the closest to featuring the kind of trans women representation I crave. All that needs to change is for the show to make the characters trans.
“Kate has finally become comfortable as Batwoman, in being a symbol of hope for Gotham City — but now she’s starting to understand that, as a symbol, she can do more.”