Lena wore a pinstripe suit and Alex spends some time with her in the lab.
News breaking last week that queer fan favorites One Day at a Time and Wynonna Earp were facing an uphill battle getting another season made has caused our TV team to: a) wail and gnash our teeth, and b) reflect on some of the shows we’ve actually mourned losing.
Plus: What is HTGAWM doing? Is Rosewell gay or what? And updates on All American, Legacies, Siren, Boomerang, Grey’s Anatomy, and more!
Let’s talk about reboots, remakes, and re-imaginings! And speculate wildly about the new L Word!
It also feels worth mentioning that Abbi dates a woman ONCE and is already wearing a denim dress with pockets? I guess we’re just diving right on in to the queer lifestyle!
Your childhood favorites are coming back with a ten-episode direct-to-series order from Netflix. And listen, if at least one of these girls isn’t gay in 2019, I’m hurling myself into the sun.
“Archers, draw; anchor your hand at the corner of your mouth; use your dominant eye. Now, relax my pretties. Release.”
One of the most feminist hours of television you’ll probably ever see.
The Good Fight returns for a third season on March 14. Here’s why you should catch up on the first two seasons on CBS All Access.
“Play to everyone’s culinary strengths, know your nemeses, and make sure all your guests are familiar with poison-free alternatives to food with poison in them.”
“The L Word” was supposed to be the beginning of a new era of teevee shows about the real true lives of lesbian and bisexual women — and although we never quite got there, here are 15 examples of shows that don’t just have queer characters in them, but are also *about* being queer.
Plus: Margaret Cho on an extra queer episode of High Maintenance, Clea DuVall on Broad City, Mel Vera is back on her bullshit on Charmed, S.W.A.T. gets real gay, a sapphic Mermaid triple spoon on Siren, a peek at Ellen Page in Umbrella Academy, and more!
Rebecca Henderson doesn’t just play gay; she’s a real-life lesbian who also happens to be married to Russian Doll co-creator/writer/director Leslye Headland.
Mariana Adams-Foster is having her first threesome, y’all.
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!