Pop Culture Fix: Holland Taylor Joins the ‘Murder Me, Mommi’ Movement

Good Wednesday to you, my friends; here’s your mid-week Pop Culture Fix


+ Hello! Did you see the Ratched trailer? Holland Taylor sure did!

+ Cat Cora chatted with HuffPo about sexism in the food industry, COVID-19’s impact on it, and coming out at 19.

+ Coyote Ugly just tuned TWENTY?!? Well, Piper Perabo and Tyra Banks talked to Variety about that lesbian classic.

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+ Lena Waithe is developing an open marriage drama at Amazon.

+ Sony has won the bar for Whitney Houston’s estate-backed biopic.

+ Canada’s Coroner, which Valerie Anne says is “minorly gay,” lands on The CW tonight.

+ The Canadian teen drama The Next Step is airing on the BBC now and the lesbian kiss sure did make a lot of Brits mad!

+ I love this piece by Lauren Michele Jackson in New York Magazine: When Black People Appear on Seinfeld

+ The Old Guard was made up of a post-production team of 85% women!

+ Lifetime has picked up an LGBTQ+ Christmas movie.

+ Angelica Ross has inked an overall deal with Pigeon Productions.

+ The Black trans community’s open letter to BET.

+ Mulan is coming to Disney+ for $29.99, which I will HAPPILY PAY.


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. Wow, $30 just to rent? I wonder how long the rental period will be. And when and how will it be available for purchase purchase, rather than renting? I am very interested to see how many people buy this! I think my astonishment at the price is because I haven’t seen a movie in theaters in years.

  2. the kiss was totally problematic. i mean they’re dancing around, limbs everywhere, and one of the girls had bare feet while the other was totally wearing shoes. like, where are the adults?! next step, indeed.

  3. Please don’t romanticize the abuse of us disabled and mentally ill folks. We already have enough of that on our plates. Only abled people would say “Oo, murder me”, when for us it’s an actual concern. Eugenics and ableism still super exist, friends. I hate to spoil the party, but someone needs to say it.

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