Mid-week! We made it! That feels like a pretty big accomplishment this week, tbh! And here is a Pop Culture Fix as a small reward!
+ I didn’t realize Dawn French and Jennifer Saunders play a lesbian couple in Death on the Nile! Probably because it’s only out in theaters and I’m not gonna risk my life to watch a movie that’s not Captain Marvel 2!
+ Lots of your favorite gay shows, including Wynonna Earp (11) and Sort Of (13), have been nominated for the Canadian Screen Awards.
+ How I Met Your Father has been renewed for a second season.
+ Wanda Sykes, Amy Schumer, and Regina Hall will emcee the Academy Awards.
+ Get ready for Queer for Fear: The History of Queer Horror, a four-part docu-series, coming to Netflix.
+ Meet the lesbian co-showrunner queering Star Trek: Discovery.
+ The 2022 Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame class includes some familiar gay faces.
+ Nine stories from queer figure skaters in their own words.
+ Daisy Ifma, of Netflix’s Twinkleberry, on growing up gay in the UK.
+ More on Twinkleberry, the “gayest ever” IRL class reunion.
+ DC has reintroduced Vixen, and this time she’s queer!
+ The complicated history of LGBTQ+ rep in Doctor Who.
+ The sublime Jeopardy swan song of Amy Schneider.
+ What you need to know about lesbian superhero America Chavez before Dr. Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.
+ This isn’t gay but I really thought you’d want to know that Roy Kent met Oscar the Grouch.
+ Zoë Kravitz still isn’t over High Fidelity’s cancellation, and frankly neither are we.