Pop Culture Fix: CBS All Access Wants “One Day At a Time” But Might Not Get It, So You Have That In Common

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+ So, CBS All Access Wants to Save One Day at a Time. But Netflix’s deal with Sony allows it to veto any move to a streaming network for at least two years post-cancellation. However, it doesn’t have to do that. It just can. Apparently Norman Lear personally reached out to beg them to let it happen, but “as of Tuesday, however, it appears Netflix is unwilling to budge and allow One Day to shift to the much, much smaller CBS All Access.” If Netflix does veto the deal, the show could still find a home on a broadcast or cable network.

+ Ariana Grande and Victoria Monét Provide a Meme-Heavy Bisexual Bop With Their ‘Monopoly’ Video — when asked if this means she’s bisexual, Grande said she doesn’t put a label on her sexuality.

+ Gigi Gorgeous on Being a Proud Trans Lesbian

+ The Simpsons showrunner teases Lisa’s sexuality and could become polyamorous president

+ Ariana Grande refuses to label her sexuality after new song Monopoly sparks rumours she’s bisexual

+ Nafessa Williams Is TV’s First Black Lesbian Superhero:

I play the first black lesbian superhero, who’s bold and fearless. She’s unapologetic with who she is. She’s also an activist, which is my most passionate characteristic about her. She fights for what’s right, she stands up [to] the injustice. The social injustices we’re seeing within our country, we’re literally mirroring those in the show. It’s really cool. We got some dope music. The show is just fly, it really is. I’m having a fun-ass time doing it.

+ Boomerang has been renewed for Season Two

+ AOC accepts Queer Eye design expert Bobby Berk’s offer to decorate her office

+ Cersei Lannister’s Aesthetic Transformation On ‘Game Of Thrones’ Is Queer And Powerful

+ Falling in Love and (Finally) Finding Queer Representation on a Telenovela

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4 Comments

  1. Why, Netflix, why. That’s like a spoilt child keeping something to themselves out of spite.

  2. ODAaT would be se good on ABC as a family sitcom night with American Housewife, The Connors, and that Danny Trejo show (if it gets made).

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