A happy holigay and Pop Culture Fix day upon you, friends and reindeers!
+ After celebrity outcry, pressure from GLAAD, and a trending hashtag demanding a boycott, Hallmark finally relented and admitted they made a huge mistake pulling the Zola ad that features a lesbian couple smooching on their wedding day. But don’t you worry! It stirred up some quality content in the meantime! Seth Myers writer Jenny Hagel pitched a series of lesbian Hallmark films.
+ And please do not miss these celebrity tweets which seem, to me, to indicate that Stephanie Beatriz and Hillarie Burton will be starring in a Wynonna Earp showrunner Emily Andras-penned / ODAAT showriunner Gloria Calderón Kellett-directed holiday rom-com next season???
+ This week on The L Word: Gen Q, the show ruled Jenny Schecter’s death one of suicide, and Mia Kirshner (very correctly, in my opinion) did not like that one bit! If you’re looking for an investigation into this mystery that you will never forget, may I recommend Erin Sullivan and Grace Perry’s brilliant podcast, Who Killed Jenny Schecter?
Nope. Jenny is not dead. That's not the story that needs to be told about a survivor of sexual violence. It's not a story that can be wrapped up and tied up with a bow. So no, she is not dead.
— Mia Kirshner (@msmiakirshner) December 16, 2019
+ The mamas were back on Good Trouble‘s Christmas special, which Natalie lovingly recapped for you, and here’s the season two trailer.