Welcome to your Wednesday Pop Culture Fix, friends!
+ Okay so when Riverdale‘s time jump happens, it’ll be set seven years in the future. Before that, though, here’s Cheryl and Toni at prom.
+ The Ellen Show has fired three top producers in the wake of damning reports of racism and sexual misconduct behind the scenes. Also, DJ tWitch has been promoted to co-executive producer.
+ Amazon has ordered a gender-swapped Dead Ringers reoboot starring Rachel Weisz.
+ Before her DNC speech, Stacey Abrams gives Kerry Washington voter suppression survival tips.
+ A Black Lady Sketch Show‘s Robin Thede, Quinta Brunson, Gabrielle Dennis, Ashley Nicole Black, and director Dime Davis and superstar guest Angela Bassett chatted with Variety about the historic impact of the series.
+ Sketchy Times with Lilly Singh is a two-episode sketch series that’ll air on NBC and be filmed in Singh’s home.
+ Queer coming-of-age film Cocoon will land in the UK and Ireland in October.
+ Here’s how Mulan will work on Disney+.
+ The Gloria Steinem biopic, The Glorias, is coming to Amazon Prime.
+ Legend of Korra‘s messy, complicated legacy.
+ Warrior Nun has been renewed for a second season.