Also in today’s Pop Culture Fix: Gillian Anderson will play Eleanor Roosevelt, Legends of Tomorrow is moving to Sundays, the Zendaya interview that’s raising perfectly sculpted queer eyebrows, and more!
Queen Latifah’s crushing the Sunday ratings, Batwoman’s new non-binary character, the best movie endings, Roxane Gay on her love-hate relationship with HGTV, Ashley Benson’s new crime podcast, and more!
Viola Davis and Stacey Abrams in conversation, Thunder will appear in the Black Lightning spin-off, the story behind those Lady Gaga Oreos, Reign’s Adelaide Kane comes out as bi, and more!
Dolly Parton will finally appear on Grace & Frankie, baby-eating witch Kate McKinnon doubts QAnon, Ruth Negga will play queer legend Josephine Baker, Brooklyn Nine-Nine will end with a shortened season eight, and more!
We’ve decided Rosie is Bette Porter’s arch-nemesis in Gen Q, Jasika Nicole joins Peacock’s Punky Brewster reboot, Callie Torres/Sara Ramirez’s lasting legacy, and more!
Netflix picks up Tessa Thompson and Ruth Negga’s Passing, Jojo Siwa is making a live-action musical about her life, Dan Levy can’t keep his promise to the lesbian M&M’s, how Captain Marvel helped WWE star Tegan Nox come out as bisexual, and more!
The Golden Globes are such a joke (but there were a few things to celebrate), almost all the CW’s queer shows are renewed, Dolly Parton refused Trump’s offer for a Presidential Medal of Freedom twice, and more!
A tribute to Cicely Tyson’s most iconic roles, Harley Quinn season three is a go, celebrating Black LGBTQ+ athletes every day of Black History Month, The Real Housewives’ lesbian problem, and more!
Ruby Rose will replace Elliot Page in the gamer comedy 1Up, Demi Lovato’s new NBC comedy, Jo Ellen Pellman says Kate McKinnon is her role model, Coronation Street’s Lucy Fallon and Doctor Who’s Peal Mackie star in a new lesbian thriller, and more!
Lily Singh explores her impact on the internet, the trailer for Black Lightning season four, the highest paid queer celebs, JoJo Siwa is happier than she’s ever been, and more!
Buffy turns 40, will Ginger Gonzaga play Hellcat in the new She-Hulk?, how LGBTQ+ rep will change under Biden’s presidency, why everyone is singing sea chanties, and more!
You gotta read this Tessa Thompson profile by Roxane Gay, Star Trek and Corrie stars come out, celebrating Derry Girls’ wee lesbian, and more!
Miss Honey is the original cottagecore lesbian, Batwoman Batwoman Batwoman, queer people deserve mediocre movies too, and — surprise! — Netflix realizes it needs more Latinx shows.
Hunter Harris in GQ, Javicia Leslie in the Los Angeles Times, Lily Singh in the New York Times, and more!
Plus also: The WNBA’s role in saving democracy, a new Batwoman poster, the queer legacy of Sabrina, and more!
Dungeons, Dragons, and Diversity; Black cartoon from our childhoods that were ahead of their time; Pose in the pandemic; bisexual Cheetah discourse; and more!
How Wonder Woman failed Cheetah, ranking Peppa Pig’s biggest beefs, Tracker McDyke, same-gender dæmons in His Dark Materials, and more!
T’Nia Miller in The Guardian, Mackenzie Davis chats lesbianing in Happiest Season and San Junipero, Laverne Cox on Promising Young Woman, your weekly Batwoman check-in, and more!
Jo Ellen Pellman covers GALMOUR UK, it’s been 20 years since Bianca came out on All My Children, the teaser for Queen Latifah’s Equalizer, Twenties Star Jojo T. Gibbs’ new project, and more!
Also: Batwoman’s season two premiere photos, what even is television, Aubrey Plaza isn’t a “total psychopath,” The Laverne Cox Show, a lesbian couple in OWN’s First Christmas, and more!
Two days until Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom(!!), Jo Ellen Pellman knew her people were out there, nonbinary TV characters had a landmark year, what ODAAT’s final episodes would have been, Black Swan is a Hanukkah movie(?), and more.