Pop Culture Fix: “Gentleman Jack” Is On Its Way Back And Also All 8 Gay CW Shows

New year, so much gay TV on the way! Here’s your Pop Culture Fix!

+ The CW has renewed Batwoman, Black Lightning, Supergirl, Legends of Tomorrow, Charmed, All American, Legacies, and Riverdale!

+ Hey and guess what else got renewed? Killing Eve for season four! (How many times can these homos stab each other and live???)

+ !!!!!!!

+ The Conners is doing a live show the night of the New Hampshire primary.

+ A decade of women in Star Wars.

+ The trailer for the final season of Grace and Frankie is here and my god I love this show.

+ The New Mutants will feature Marvel’s first lesbian couple on the big screen.

+ Margot Robbie thinks her Bombshells character will end up with a woman after being wooed by Kate McKinnon.

+ The lesbian comics rediscovering their butch side.

+ Are you watching The Circle? It’s bisexual chaos! We’ll have a piece about it up soon!

+ Time’s Up has unveiled an educational resource for Hollywood to promote worker safety.

+ In a Hollywood Reporter op-ed, Joy Luck Club producer Janet Yang reflects on how far Hollywood has come in telling Asian  American stories.

+ Apple+ TV’s Visible: Out on Television is on the way.

+ Josie Totah will be the lead in the Saved By the Bell reboot.

+ A Sex Education season two trailer for you.

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Heather Hogan is an Autostraddle senior editor who lives in New York City with her wife, Stacy, and their cackle of rescued pets. She's a member of the Television Critics Association, GALECA: The Society of LGBTQ Entertainment Critics, and a Rotten Tomatoes Tomatometer critic. You can also find her on Twitter and Instagram.

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  1. Really glad to hear Nancy Drew and Legacies are getting more season, since those are the best shows in the CW lineup imo. Legends of Tomorrow has just been of the air for so long that I almost forgot about it, but I love it too.
    Batwoman on the other hand after an abysmal first and only a bit better second episode has delivered a pretty good show so far with okay acting on Rubys part and a spectacular performance by Rachel Skarsten!
    Black Lightning just doesn’t do justice to its queer superhero and Tobias whale still being alive just seems like they are angling to make him their antagonist for next season again-.-

    I am happy my gay brain wasn’t just imagining those gay positions and looks in the New Mutants trailer and since it was still made by Fox and is not part of the MCU I am optimistic about this actually being queer and not only in subtext (I mean Carol Danvers and Maria Rambeau where definitely a couple, before Carols accident…).

    I don’t know Saved by the Bell at all, but I liked Josie Totah’s in No Good Nick and trans representation matters, so I look forward to it.

  2. Yes, watching The Circle & I have a LOT of feelings about it which I will save for the comments on AS’s piece.

  3. Pedro Zamora was to me what Ellen was to so many. I was so young when I saw him on the Real World with all the love people had for him. I thought to myself, this man risked everything to be himself, so maybe I can too one day. And I did.

  4. Grace and Frankie isn’t airing its final season next week. They still get a season 7 later this year when they get done filming it.

  5. I’d like to recommend everyone take that New Mutants rumor with a big handful of salt, ScreenRant will write about pretty much any rumor they hear, whether there’s support for it or not. The recent trailer does seem to confirm some intimacy, and I would be thrilled if they took it in that direction, but I’m not holding out hope for an actual relationship. I feel like Fox/Marvel would be making a bigger deal about it if it was going to be in there, like how they’ve made a whole announcement about their first gay hero in Eternals

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