Plus, American Horror Story: 1984 and Why Women Kill!
“Being out of the closet is really intense when you’re related to Shelly Pfefferman.”
A lookback on Killjoys’ queer journey of found family and feelings
I’ve studied the show, collected the evidence, and now I’m ready to tell you which “Bob’s Burgers” characters are bisexual AF.
“Do you have something to tell us?” my mom joked. It was a joke, because of course I didn’t. “No,” I said with a laugh. And I thought I was telling the truth.
Two girls, one toilet.
Also hey tonight is the series finale of Killjoys!
“Love… Is… Life” the trailer informs us. Not just a beautiful sentiment, but a promise that The L Word will continue to use L-words whenever possible.
All but one of the episodes were written by women. All but two were directed by women as well.
Over 30,000 votes later! Here are your winners and our critic’s picks!
Your guide to all the shows that were smart enough to create a lesbian, bisexual, queer or trans woman character, thus inspiring within us deep wells of desire to view these programs with our very own eyeballs.
Beyond making Bachelor history or breaking boundaries, the conversations these women have had about jealousy, internalized homophobia, coming out, physical intimacy, open relationships, fear, and communication have far surpassed what we normally see between couples in these charged, difficult situations.
When I started watching this series, I never would have dreamed of comparing it to Buffy the Vampire Slayer, but here we are!
While Mindhunter’s criminal storylines are more suited for people just dabbling in true crime for the first time, rehashing old stories us veterans have heard time and time again, its queer storyline was something a little more unique, beautifully portrayed by two powerhouse actresses.
Laura Zak joins us to recap “Loyal” and her L Word origin story is truly epic! Also, The Top-Off heats up and Dana and Alice have a lot of hickies to explain to their friends!
Plus updates on Why Women Kill, Grand Hotel, and BH 90210!
Have you caught up on A Black Lady Sketch Show yet? If not, why are you robbing yourself of joy?
Orphan Black’s story continues in a new medium, jumping in right away with updates about Cosima and Delphine.
Queer women’s television has grown significantly in recent years. Still, we’ve watched our best continue to be sidelined by a straight white male majority that won’t pay attention to queer stories, women’s stories, stories about people of color. Well, no more my friends!
The “Are You The One?” finale was a fitting end to the best season of reality TV in the history of civilization, and everybody came out to party about it.