Pop Culture Fix: What’s This Queer Fairytale Ending on “Legacies”?

Continuing to send you so much love in this time of uncertainty, my friends. Here’s one more Pop Culture Fix for your week.

+ Excuse me, Legacies is doing what for Hope and Josie!

Kaylee Bryant added, “It’s rare for the lead of a show to even be considered with a female, or considered that she could possibly be bi or pan or otherwise not identify as straight. The fact that that’s actually a conversation in the fanbase without the thought of it being strange is exciting to me. I think it’s fantastic.”

+ Willow Rosenberg is finally getting her own comic book series. 

+ Inside the way One Day at a Time‘s writers room is social distancing itself.

+ The stars of In The Heights on the groundbreaking musical.

+ She-Ra is getting one more season. (LET’S GO CATRA COME ON.)

+ How to have a group movie night without leaving isolation.

+ Rebecca Sugar opens up about how healing from trauma shaped Steven Universe.

+ A Batwoman crew member was paralyzed in an on-set accident.

+ Vida‘s S3 trailer dropped today, along with news that this will be its last season.

+ Emilia Clarke also thinks Jon Snow’s ending was bullshit on Game of Thrones.

+ The cast of Motherland: Fort Salem on the series’ radical depiction of feminine power.

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Heather Hogan

Heather Hogan is an Autostraddle senior editor who lives in New York City with her wife, Stacy, and their cackle of rescued pets. She's a member of the Television Critics Association, GALECA: The Society of LGBTQ Entertainment Critics, and a Rotten Tomatoes Tomatometer critic. You can also find her on Twitter and Instagram.

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  1. The whole end of Game of Thrones was bullshit. Notice how nobody is recommending marathoning that show during the quarantine.

  2. Sorry to throw cold water on the Hope/Josie excitement but Kaylee Bryant tweeted that despite what the image makes it look like there are no romantic scenes happening between the two.

    • Julie Plec tweeted that they had considered adding in a romantic Hosie moment to this episode, but that it didn’t feel right, but is definitely still in the cards. I kind of agree that right now Hope is figuring out her thing with Landon Hosie should have its own space, maybe next season. (Although of course I would love if Hope kissing Josie was The Moment that saved her from dark magic.)

  3. Trying to put aside my numbness at the prospect of She-Ra ending, they better have a full-length final season! I don’t want Catra’s redemption arc rushed!

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