Pop Culture Fix: Laurel Holloman and Rosie Had a Hoot Filming The L Word: Generation Q

A happy Monday to you, my friends, and a Pop Culture Fix to you also!


+ Laurel Holloman and Rosie had a blast filming Gen Q. (Here’s everything we know about season two, including the summer premiere date!)

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+ Over at the CW, the Black Lightning Paikiller spin-off isn’t going forward, and the Powerpuff Girls live-action pilot is getting a do-over.

+ Here’s the trailer for Marvel’s Eternals, feat. Angelina Jolie as Thena.

+ From Ellen DeGeneres to Scott Rudin, the entertainment industry’s coddling of jerks is coming under examination. Sort of.

+ Brooklyn Nine-Nine final season gets premiere date, will air two episodes a week.

+ Sam Jay on her new HBO variety series.

+ The jingle from this SNL Pride Again sketch has been stuck in my head for 48 entire hours.

+ Legally Blonde live-read sets an all-LGBTQ cast with Alexandra Grey, Jen Richards, and more — oh yeah, and directed and narrated by DREW GREGORY. Get your tickets right here!

+ A Black Lady Sketch Show has been renewed for season three by HBO.

+ Anna Paquin shuts down trolls who say she’s not queer enough.

+ Mae Martin embraces ambiguity in Feel Good and in life.

+ Patti Harrison apologizes to bisexual people who love Nilla Wafers.

+ The Bachelorette Australia casts its first bisexual lead.

+ Demi Lovato says they shoved down their queer identity for years.

+ Andy Cohen says some gay or lesbian Housewives are probably on the way.

+ Hocus Pocus 2 is for really real a go.

Heather Hogan is an Autostraddle senior writer who lives in New York City with her partner, Stacy, and their cackle of rescued pets. She's a member of the Television Critics Association, the Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association, and a Rotten Tomatoes Tomatometer critic. You can also find her on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

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7 Comments

  1. I’m excited for Rosie — she’s been knocking it outta the park the last few years acting-wise. I almost forgot how talented she was until seeing her for the first time in forever on The Fosters and then SMILF and I Know This Much Is True. She’s great.

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