This is groundbreaking. Women of color finally being given space to find beauty and strength and comfort in each other for once — well, those are the kind of love stories we can’t wait to hear more of.
Plus updates on Beverly Hills 90210, Claws, Bachelor in Paradise, and Ambitions!
Plus updates in Ackley Bridge and Claws.
Plus updates on Ackley Bridge, Claws, and Siren!
Killjoys, Queen Sugar, Claws, Grand Hotel, Ambitions, and Burden of Truth!
Plus updates on Claws, Siren, Grand Hotel, and Ambitions!
Plus: Ackley Bridge, Burden of Truth, grown-ish, and Siren continues to be #hornyformermaids!
Summer TV is here and you know what that means: Queen Sugar! Claws! grown-ish! Burden of Truth! And, weirdly, the end of The Bold Type’s third season.
I considered titling this “Latinx Butches 2018: Welcome To The Thirst Trap,” but that didn’t seem very professional, you know?
“Is this how cis white dudes feel all the time?”
Plus: Updates on General Hospital and Younger; and Insatiable is as horrifying as you’ve heard.
Plus updates on Queen Sugar, Younger, The Young & the Restless, General Hospital, and Critical Role.
I don’t know if you’ve felt it yet, but we certainly have. This is the year where lesbian, bisexual, queer, and trans women of color are taking over your television screens.
Plus hey did you know there’s queerness on Comedy Central’s “Detroiters”?
It’s gonna be cool for the summer with all these TV shows featuring lesbian, bisexual and queer female characters.
“These stupid white dudes fighting (with Whitney Houston playing in the background!!) while this black woman waits for them to tire themselves out so she can fix their problems. As ridiculous as it is, it’s my absolute favorite scene of the entire first season…and a fitting metaphor for the moment our country is in.”
Also let’s check in with the women of Claws and the smoochy shenanigans on Younger.
It’s also time to catch up with the women of Claws!
Claws is not Breaking Bad. Breaking Bad is not Breaking Bad if Walter White isn’t a white man cloaked in respectability. You share that narrative through the eyes of a struggling black woman, a recent parolee, a recovering addict, a lesbian and a former sex worker, and the story changes completely.