Carol is live on Netflix. Come join me as I watch it on loop.
There’s a lot of news in here! Alice Isn’t Dead is coming to TV and so is 2 Dope Queens. Shay Mitchell’s playing gay again. Anna Paquin joins Tell It To The Bees. Amandla Stenberg stars in The Hate U Give. St. Vincent is directing a brainbender. And so much more!
There have been a handful of women antiheroes on TV over the last few years, but what sets this show apart is the way it centers on three different queer experiences.
Never before have my distaste for a show and love for its cast been so at odds.
The character-driven Thanksgiving is set almost entirely in a single location, and unlike most small-screen coming out stories, this one spans 22 years because Denise’s journey is a marathon; not a sprint.
“Anne With An E” isn’t even good television, and it’s absolutely not “Anne of Green Gables.”
Chapter III of “Dear White People” gives us Nia Long as Neika Hobbs in my dream job as an African-American studies professor and a beautiful self-proclaimed lesbian… but her storyline, and really the show in general, didn’t quite land for me.
Netflix’s new sitcom eschews the long white tradition of TV comedies and focuses on a Latinx family with a lesbian daughter and a mom who reads our website!
“Vegan Cinderella” ends on a bright note, entering the small canon of TV love stories between queer women that get a happy ending.
This is a story centered around poor Black and Latinx communities, their struggles with institutional abandonment, and their journeys to self-love and empowerment.
Before ‘Women Who Love Women Who Love Recycling,’ there was ‘Dirty Dancing In Danskos.’
I just want to pick her up like I am a grown-up panda and she is a baby panda.
Wanna watch a Netflix movie with lesbian, bisexual or queer characters? We’ve got your round-up of every Netflix lesbian movie currently streaming, broken down by whether or not it is good or sucks.
There has never been a show like this on television, one that moves with warm precision from scene to scene, self-assuredly asking questions about race, immigration, sexism, modern love, and (brilliantly) minority media representation.
18 documentaries about crime and the criminal justice system you can find on Netflix streaming or Amazon and watch while you sit on your couch or chair or bed or wherever it is that you like to sit.
So is it worth it? That depends. For a freedom loving techy like me who cringes at the thought of handing over $100 to Comcast every month for bad customer service, absolutely.
The cast of “Orange is the New Black” was at PaleyFest on friday to give us an inside look on how Season One has changed their lives and what we can look forward to in Season Two.
“Morello is apparently applying for a job as a 1940’s sailor, Leanne is going to be a shoulder pad model and Sophia is just being plain gorgeous.”
Mark your calendars for 13 straight hours of watching TV this summer.