+ Last night, Drunk History followed up an episode that starred Samira Wiley and Amandla Stenberg with an episode that featured Alison Brie and Sugar Lyn Beard and Thea Spyer and Edie Windor, and also starred Trace Lysette in the John Wojtowicz/Elizabeth Eden story. The episode is all about looooove. (This is the second episode of the season to feature Kirby Howell-Baptiste, who you probably know mostly as Simone from The Good Place, but it’s a good time to get to know her more!)
+ The Bold Type has a season three trailer! Kat’s running for city council! There’s way too much Richard and Sutton already! The show is back on April 9th!
+ Killing Eve had its press day at TCA over the weekend and Sandra Oh had a little speculation about whether or not Villanelle and Eve’s, um, relationship can withstand that — spoiler! — gouging.
+ Queer Eye‘s back on March 15th, and here’s a trailer featuring Carley Rae Jepsen’s new bop.
+ Beloved lesbian TV critic and queer sleuth Valerie Anne has sussed out some “gay couch sitting” at the 52-second mark in the trailer for the CW’s new series, In the Dark.
+ Cyrus finally said “I’m gay” on Andi Mack, making him the first character to say the words out loud on the Disney Channel.
+ Earlier this week, Natalie shared this link with me because she knew seeing the names “Sarah Shahi” and “Dolly Parton” in the same headline would set my heart aflutter: Melissa Leo, Sarah Shahi Join Netflix’s Dolly Parton’s Heartstrings.
+ And finally, who knows if Elsa’s really getting a girlfriend, but the teaser for Frozen 2 is here and HOLY CATS, Y’ALL.