Hulu is your new go-to for The L Word, but that’s not all! There are so many queer TV shows on Hulu, including original programming, comedies, dramas, and something for everybody to enjoy!
Joanne — Jo, obviously — arrives on the scene in the pilot with a puppy in a BabyBjörn, thus endearing her to me immediately.
Dreamer and Supergirl team up to fight one of the ugliest villains National City has ever seen: transphobia.
The Season Three finale is BANANAS and we have got Kelley Quinn in the studio to discuss this madness with us.
Plus updates on the All American and Black Lightning season finales, Legacies, and Batwoman!
The Baby-Sitter’s Club is gay! And coming to Netflix! But also really gay!
“Are you really so delusional you would believe I would mastermind some elaborate conspiracy that caused the deaths of multiple people just to win a YA book contract?”
We’ve got 82 Lesbian, Bisexual and Queer-ish Netflix TV shows streaming right now on the very internet you’re reading!
Ava and Sara put on cowboy outfits, have a lovers’ quarrel, and have to decide whether or not to kill their friend’s evil dad.
Lena Waithe’s “Twenties” on BET is historic — the first black butch lesbian to ever serve as the protagonist of a comedy in TV history! Carmen and Natalie got together to talk about the show, what’s next for black queer representation, and yes that really great sex scene.
Alex has her first day of non-DEO work, Lena gives Non Nocere a trial run, and Supergirl plays bodyguard.
The L Word Episode 311 in out of context screencaps: a treat the whole family can enjoy!
Plus updates on The Bold Type, Grey’s Anatomy, Station 19, S.W.A.T. and All American!
We’ll be counting down the many lowlights and occasional highlights of The L Word Season Three on our s3 “To L and Back” wrap-up podcast in three weeks and we need you to vote for ’em!
I wish I had the words to fully explain the world that Good Trouble invites us into this week; I feel like nothing I say can fully do it justice. It is ethereal… a profound admission of black pain, an honest acknowledgement of the need for black healing and a wholehearted embrace of black joy.
Jughead’s fate is finally revealed.
Simone’s transness and need to transition is never doubted – it’s just not enough to rid her of all her problems.
In other words, straight people are not okay.
This show forces straights to do what lesbians do all the time — talk about their deepest fears and feelings, endlessly.
Put quite simply, it feels damn good to see two Latina lesbians fully themselves, accepted by their loved ones, and at no point expected to leave their queerness at the door.