Plus, American Horror Story is covered in S.C.U.M., The Shannara Chronicles has bedazzled eyebrows, and more queer lady TV updates!
“Jane is the furthest from bisexual — maybe Gina’s a little closer than Jane is! — but I love that they want that. And I’m all about ‘Jetra.’I love ‘Jetra.'”
8. Vanessa Hudgens Singing “There Are Worse Things I Could Do” in Grease Live!
Luisa gets a storyline with Rogelio, Pippy and TMI go dancing, Maggie hosts Sapphic Shabbat, and Stef wonders what Betty and Tara are getting up to.
Luisa and Rose take 153 trips around the Great Barrier Reef, Arizona’s got a new love interest, Maggie’s got a real girlfriend, Rosewood keeps the slow reconciliation burn going, and more queer TV from the week!
Leah Murphy returns to Seattle Grace for some reason, Rose and Luisa are alive under the sea, HTGAWM tackles a misandrist case of the week, and The Real O’Neals isn’t as evolved as it thinks it is.
Sappho protect us.
In a TV year full of heartbreak and disappointment, it’s nice to know at least one gay lady is bullet-proof.
Supergirl’s feminism is definitely 101, but we all had to start somewhere.
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.
Regina George was right: You invite a lesbian to a pool party, and it’s gonna get gay.
Neither Rose nor Susanna can live while the other survives! Also, Lauren moves in with Maggie (kind of?) on Younger, and we faced a sad dismissal on Top Chef.
Jane the Virgin has put a pin in its Rafael-Jane-Michael love triangle and turned its attention to a Rose-Luisa-Susanna one.
Teevee has come home to our loving arms once more, to gift us with post-apocalyptic women kissing each other (and I mean really kissing each other), and resurrected time traveling queer superheroes learning their way, and Jane the Virgin introducing a scissoring painting into the sapphic romance mix.
It’s official: Jane the Virgin is the best! Plus, an update on our queer contestant on Top Chef and some rundowns of a handful of webseries you should be watching during the winter TV hiatus.
Eve has been there since Annalise’s Slytherin beginnings on How to Get Away with Murder and there’s a good chance Luisa’s other mother is also a crime lord on Jane the Virgin.
Blindspot and Code Black reveal that two of their characters are gay, The Vampire Diaries has introduced the half-witch/half-vampire lesbian couple, and Jane the Virgin is still the best damn thing on TV.
Jane the Virgin is a feminist masterclass, y’all. I also want to talk about the five things Supergirl is getting really right. Oh, and Mulan will be back on your TV in two weeks. I have included a photo of her with Merida for you.
Survivor’s Remorse’s second season ends in tragedy, Jane the Virgin continues to be the best show on TV, and American Horror Story: Hotel is bloody as hell.
Grandfathered is still making us soft, what the hell is even happening on American Horror Story, Mimi returns to Empire & more!