Pop Culture Fix: “The Baby-Sitters Club” Trailer Is All Friendship and ’90s Nostalgia

Hello, this is your Somethingday (??) Pop Culture Fix!


+ Oh boi oh boi oh boi oh boi oh boi. (Hey, remember how BSC creator Ann M. Martin is queer?)

+ Big changes are on the way for CBS All Access as streaming platforms continue their march toward global domination.

+ Aidy Bryant and Kate McKinnon go to quarantine prom.

+ I honestly cannot get enough of Alice Wu talking about The Half of It.

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+ A Hilary Duff-led Younger spin-off is in the works.

+ Netflix shuts down homophobic critic complaining about “unnecessary” gay characters.

+ Queen Latifah’s The Equalizer reboot has been ordered to series!

+ Is rewriting TV characters’ sexuality just a gimmick?

+ An oral history of Center Stage. 🏍💃🏻

+ What it’s like to dine at Top Chef’s Restaurant Wars.

+ Ryan Murphy and Janet Mock drop hints about Hollywood season two.

+ The Pretty Little Liars cast and creators reunite for a charity event.

+ Killing Eve‘s creative team talks about Villanelle’s most personal murder yet.

+ The day the live concert returns.

+ Ryan Murphy is making an American Horror Story spinoff, whatever that means.

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.

Heather has written 1081 articles for us.

4 Comments

  1. If you want 1 hr 45 min of Alice Wu talking about The Half Of It, check out the podcast “Watching With…” which is literally directors doing full-length commentary on their films. So you can just start the film and the podcast at the same time and listen to her commentary while watching the film.

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