Welcome to your weekly pop culture fix, that thing I do when I’m not getting into fights about Serena Williams being the greatest athlete of all time on Twitter.
— Charmed (@cw_charmed) August 28, 2018
+ And if that poster doesn’t have you running around in circles in your living room, get this: Gina Rodriguez is already set to direct a season one episode.
+ The Good Place season three poster is here and I’m adding it to this queer pop culture fix because Eleanor Shellstrop is bisexual and I don’t want to hear any incorrect or dissenting opinions on this subject!
+ Over at Variety: Amandla Stenberg on The Hate U Give, Beyonce, and Hollywood diversity.
+ Indya Moore deserves the world, and she’s getting it.
So EXCITED to share that I am signed w. @IMG Models & have made history with @WME as their first signed trans talent.
SO excited for our FUTURE together and how our partnerships will impact/inspire lives and marginalized communities around the world through Art, Advocacy & LOOVE
— IAM (@IndyaMoore) August 23, 2018
+ People are speculating that the character getting the new love interest in this TV Line blind item is Alex Danvers. (Valerie Anne suspects that if this is true, the love interest will come “pre-babied.”)
+ Over at Ebony Laverne Cox talks Pose, trans rep, and the legacy of Aretha.
+ There’s more info about this coming in our 2018 Fall TV Preview, but for now: the Sons of Anarchy spin-off has cast both members of its lesbian couple.
+ Salon published an interesting piece with showrunner interviews and analysis about rebooting beloved TV shows with POC and queer characters.
+ Sue Bird, Sandy Brondello, Alysha Clark and Geno Auriemma have some feelings about why Diana Taurasi has ice water in her veins when it’s playoff time.
+ The revolutionary power of pies in Queen Sugar. (Read this!)
+ Rebecca Sugar is one of the animated TV showrunners interviewed in EW’s piece on the fight to bring LGBTQ characters to kids’ shows.
+ Gone Home really is coming to the Switch, just not in September, I guess.