Calling all low-down lyin’ nanny-f*cking motherf*ckers!
How To Get Away with Murder sends Annalise Keating off with one of Viola Davis’ most triumphant performances yet. Plus updates on: Harley Quinn, Betty, Station 19, Vagrant Queen, In the Dark, and Motherland: Fort Salem.
All I ever wanted to say is, “this thing that happened to me…is why I am the way I am.” But it was easier to deal with everyone else’s disappointment than to speak that truth aloud. I wasn’t strong enough for that. Annalise Keating was.
The Ladies of Legends team up to form a sorority and challenge the Greek god Dionysus to a game of beer pong in this hilarious romp of an episode.
Listen, I love an ensemble drama!
Sophie and Julia finally smooch on the lips, and Parker’s back with some teenage lesbian love advice.
Alex and Kelly run into road blocks at work, Nia confronts Brainy, and Lena and Kara’s feud comes to a head.
Get your ass into The Ask and Tell Helicopter, it’s time to get schooled about lezzing out!
Plus updates on: Harley Quinn, How To Get Away with Murder, In the Dark, Motherland: Fort Salem, Tommy, Roswell, The Baker and the Beauty, 911, Top Chef, and Siren.
A disorienting and disturbing finale shows Riverdale at its finest a.k.a. most chaotic.
Sexual and gender fluidity feel possible for every character. It’s a girl power narrative that feels loose in its definition of girl — and certainly loose in its assumption of who those girls will date.
Sara wakes up from her coma to find she can only see the future, and it involves a murder mystery.
I can’t believe these heroes and villains have brought all their lesbian drama to bear on the resolution of the biggest arc of the season; I’ve been waiting to see this on TV my entire life!
“There’s a once-in-century virus eating away at the fabric of everything we know about how to live, just let the gays kiss for once! Let women of color win the fucking Oscar!” Drew, Riese and Carmen binged Ryan Murphy’s newest Netflix release, and they can’t wait to talk about it.
Melissa Benoist makes her directing debut, Alex eats dumplings, and Lena wears one hell of a suit.
Raise your hand if you remember Papi’s rules of poker!
Another jam packed week! Here’s more on (deep breath): 911, One Day at a Time, black-ish, God Friended Me, Boomerang, Station 19, In the Dark, Rosewell, S.W.A.T, The Baker and the Beauty, Tommy, Top Chef, Vagrant Queen, and yes — Motherland: Fort Salem!
It can feel like the only responsible story is one where a trans teen is certain of their identity and is allowed to transition. But that’s not the experience of so many kids both trans and cis.
David Lynch could never! Business rivalries, traumatic videotapes, and almost-cheating abound! Toni and Cheryl are present, but ARE THEY?!
Ava leads the charge to Hell to get answers from Astra while Zari faces off with a dinner party full of Encores.