Queer women continue to be mostly background noise on TV this year, Valerie Anne has some thoughts about that final episode of Black Sails, Gina Rodriguez is Carmen Sandiego, and that episode of Survivor.
Max and Anne actually have a conversation, and so do Arizona and Webber. Allison moves in on The Real O’Neals. And it’s time to talk about Aubrey Plaza on Legion.
Make that 175 dead lesbian and bisexual characters on TV! Also: Arizona and Minnick slept together (kind of) on Grey’s Anatomy.
Arizona and Minnick finally made out, Sara smooched Guinevere in Camelot, Eleanor and Max had a heart-to-heart, and who even knows what the heck happened on How to Get Away With Murder’s season three finale.
Black Sails is so much more than a “lezzie pirate show.” It’s about finding humanity in a violent and lawless time; about finding, keeping, and cultivating power when those around you are determined to strip you of it; about knowing who to trust and learning whether or not it’s even possible to trust anyone in the pirate business.
On Black Sails, Eleanor is back on Nassau and getting ready to tag-team with Max (in every way); Maggie has kind of disappeared from Younger; and Susanna finally says something real to Luisa on Jane the Virgin.
Clarke and Lexa make it official, Sara Lance saves the day, Nyssa makes a deal to kill the devil, Karen crushes Restaurant Wars, and more queer TV happenings!
Maggie and Lauren are falling hard on Younger, Lexa returns to The 100, The X-Files tells a trans story, and Legends of Tomorrow and Black Sails are back!
Orange Is the New Black, The Fosters, Sense8, Pretty Little Liars, Glee, and more!
The Black Sails finale had two queer characters winning at being pirates, The Good Wife is blowing it with Kalinda, and Tara survived another season of The Walking Dead!
We’re back with our weekly column about all the queer stuff that’s happening on television that we don’t have time to recap!
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There were more queer female characters of color on TV in 2014 than the total number of queer female characters on TV, period, five years ago.