Behind-the-scenes pics from teevee shows with queer storylines, from “Ellen” to “Orange is the New Black” to “Buffy” to “Pretty Little Liars” to absolutely everything in between. You’re gonna love it, we promise.
Because lesbian and bisexual characters now have longer shelf lives, network TV is beginning to go beyond the same trope-tastic story arcs.
Love, happiness, white dresses, cleavage, and rage against the machine.
Why are there 80 zillion new TV shows this year? This is more of a sampling than a survey, because I really can’t cope.
Why talk about TV all the time when we can just get legendary internet recluse scribegrrrl to come summarize the last three months of television for you? 30 Rock, LOST, Spartacus, American Idol, Dollhouse, Desperate Housewives, Grey’s Anatomy, Damages, Modern Family, Nip/Tuck, and so much moar!
Carlytron compiles an EPIC 2009 television wrap-up wherein she gives absurd awards to your favorite shows and characters.
Our resident Televisionary is out of town, but we still have tons of opinions on the past week of TV! I mean, Gossip Girl had a threesome AND Lady Gaga, we can’t just put that on hold.
We are clearly in November sweeps, because TV is just OOC right now. Get the skinny on Gossip Girl, How I Met Your Mother, Heroes, V, Grey’s Anatomy, Tabatha’s Salon Takeover, all of the Real Housewives, Parks and Recreation, SNL and more!
This week everyone on tv was kissing someone of the same sex. That’s so… gay! It’s Televisionary time, featuring 30 Rock, The Office, How I Met Your Mother, Gossip Girl, Grey’s Anatomy, Eastwick, Flash Forward, and more!
There were lots of big events on tv this week: firings, weddings, photo montages, lesbian ratings stunts (Heroes!)… check out Carlytron’s thoughts on Heroes, Gossip Girl, 30 Rock, Grey’s Anatomy, Saturday Night Live, Modern Family, How I Met Your Mother, and more!
Sometimes I feel like Callie & Arizona will never make out again. Instead, we have Drew Barrymore’s soft butch, Modern Family’s truly modern family, Hillary Duff’s hotness (maybe), and adorable episodes of The Office & How I Met Your Mother.
On this week’s Televisionary: Carlytron gives up on Heroes, questions Dollhouse & How I Met Your Mother, loves Gossip Girl, continues to go off on Grey’s Anatomy, and more! You know, the usual.
Did You See That Comment Friday, Gen-Y Nostalgia, Using One’s Boobs to Get Ahead, Rachel Maddow in Pride Magazine, TR Knight in Entertainment Weekly, Liz Cheney strangely not distancing herself from the Birthers, and an actual reason to use the hash tag #swineflu
“I don’t know if I properly stressed how awesome Nurse Jackie is when I wrote about the pilot last time, so let me clarify: THIS SHOW IS AWESOME. It’s amazing, seriously. The 2nd episode was even better than the first! Jackie is another example of a strong female role from a network who seems to specialize in strong female roles lately.”
“I don’t judge people, but at the same time, if they believe in what they believe, they have to accept me and what I believe. But I accept anybody as they come. That’s my character and my personality.”
“The Tony Awards aired on Sunday night, and not only were they gayest thing on TV all week, they were probably the gayest thing on TV ever.” Leisha Hailey’s on Maneater and Carly makes her roommate watch for her, Showtime debuts Nurse Jackie and the new season of Weeds, SYTYCD gets dykey haircuts.
“We’ll comb desperately and hungrily through minutes upon minutes of storylines we don’t care about on shows we’ve never seen before — aliens! middle schoolers! telenovelas! big brother 10! — to reach the two-minute morsel we care about more than we probably should: the holy grail of promised homosexual content.”
This week, Carlytron covers a bunch of season finales, including the best rundown ever of how Grey’s Anatomy has gone “L-Word level crazy,” and geeks out over the premiere of Real Housewives: New Jersey.
Grey’s Anatomy’s EPIC 100th episode featured a wedding (shockingly NOT Mer/Der, but Iz/Al!), the most tragic college graduation of all time, and LOTS OF LESBIAN SCENES. Thank you, Grey’s writers, for finally indulging us a tad bit. You played hard to get for a long time but here we are.
“Anyone with eyes and a brain (or not) knows that Blake Lively is hot, but Serena as a character is always awesome. Whether she’s (somehow) putting up with stupid Dan, or dealing with Blair’s insanity, or on her own crazy downward spiral, she’s always awesome. “