Pop Culture Fix: Sandra Oh and Jodie Comer Love Villaneve’s Dancing and Kissing as Much as You Do

My wife watched some TV screeners with me recently, which she hardly ever does because we’re not super into the same kinds of TV. I told her beforehand that watching TV ahead of everyone else and not having anyone to process it with, no memes, no recaps, etc. was a special kind of torture. That she’d have to hold all her feelings and information in her heart. Well she went through with it and now she’s in the corner rocking back and forth and mumbling lesbian fan fiction tropes to herself! Anyway, here is your Pop Culture Fix so you, too, can stay up to date with the latest queer pop culture shenanigans.

+ Ahead of this week’s Killing Eve final season premiere, Sandra Oh and Jodie Comer are making the interview rounds. They helped TV Line pick out some of the best Villaneve scenes, and of course their faves are your faves, especially the dancing and smooching and near-stabbings. (Check out that NYT interview too, it’s great.)

+ The Wilds will be back on May 6 (unfortunately they’re adding a Boy Island).

+ Cynthia Nixon remains baffled by the reaction to And Just Like That.

+ Sasha Lane joins Amanda Seyfried, Tom Holland, and Emmy Rossum for The Crowded Room, an Apple TV+ anthology series “that will explore inspirational stories of those who have struggled with mental illness and learned to live successfully with it.”

+ The trailer for Aisha Dee’s Sissy is here.

+ Kristen Stewart’s doing the Oscar rounds, and yesterday she told the Los Angeles Times she’s planning her wedding and worried she’s gonna make it weird.

+ Related: Why the Oscars are so weird about real people roles.

+ Pose Is Over, but Michaela Jaé Rodriguez is just getting started.

+ HBO’s Last of Us series will premiere next year.

+ Here’s a peep at Kate McKinnon behind the scenes of Joe vs. Carole.

+ Evan Rachel Wood’s Phoenix Rising trailer is as intense as we all knew it would be.

+ Why FX killed Y: The Last Man so quickly.

+ Bored of Drag Race? Dragula awaits with open, blood-soaked arms.

+ Euphoria changes the narrative around Blackness and addiction.

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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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