Looking back on the characters we kinda liked only to see their shows swiftly cancelled before we had a chance to really get somewhere.
The good, the bad, the ugly, and the revolutionarily boring queer TV storylines of the year.
We won a few, lost some promising ones, and where the hell is Renee Montoya?
Luisa returns to Jane the Virgin with a new girlfriend, Root gets closer to finding Shaw on Person of Interest, Nyssa gets engaged (and not in a good way) on Arrow, Maggie takes a pregnant woman home on Younger, and more!
Charlie returns to Supernatural, ladies are smooching on The Lizzie Borden Chronicles, Younger is still delightful, and Bold and the Beautiful continues to mangle its trans storyline.
One Big Happy is getting funnier and funnier, Nyssa Al Ghul is back to kicking ass on Arrow, and Sam and Laura finally go on their honeymoon on Newlyweds: The First Year.
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!
Liz Feldman is one of the funniest women in Hollywood, so I hope NBC loosens the reins and lets her get a little more real.
“I have the last say on every word. So know that it comes through me. It’s not being written by a bunch of straight people in a room, like, ‘What would a lesbian say?'”
This just in: THIS JUST OUT.
One Big Happy is coming to NBC in March. So soon!