Alice comes out in a major way, Joey is changing their pronouns, and Jamal Thompon’s case is finally decided.
Here’s that Gentleman Jack/Caroline Bingley fan fic you’ve been looking for.
All hell breaks loose in the season finale of Legends of Tomorrow. Also Sara wears a Supergirl costume.
The Superfriends enter their final battle with the big bads of the season, and also Alex and Kelly finally talk about their intensity.
Don’t you hate when you’re a teen and your teen friend’s murderous mother traps you in a dining room underneath her maple farmhouse to tell you all about her diabolical plan to destroy your hometown and accuses you of terrible sins that you must pay penance for in the form of an overnight game of life-or-death challenges in the woods?
Alex and Supergirl work together to stop the Red Daughter, and Lena goes to an unlikely candidate for help as things tick down to the final battle.
Sara dives into Ava’s personal Purgatory to work out their issues and save her girl.
The end of Alice’s season one arc will make you cry, in such a good way, the way The Fosters always did. Plus, the return of The Men Are Trash (But Sometimes Not) Leaderboard!
Sara and Ava do a dance, literally and figuratively, while trying to catch a magical creature on the loose.
“Broken Arted” succeeds where other episodes of Good Trouble have faltered. It turns two of the show’s occasional weaknesses — the non-linear, overstuffed storytelling — into its strength and produces the best episode to date.
Stef and Lena arrive at the Coterie with a lot of tension between them and Alice has another awkward dinner with her ex-girlfriend and her ex-girlfriend’s fiancée.
The upside of last night’s season finale? Thunder’s new motorcycle. The downside? It’s time to talk hard truths about the unacceptable double standard that’s happening in Black Lightning’s storytelling.
Alice is finally starting to figure her way out of her Sumi problem, and introducing Good Trouble’s Men Are Trash (But Sometimes Not) Leaderboard!
Cheryl Blossom really encapsulates that “Game Of Thrones But Make It Teen Drama” essence that represents Riverdale at its finest.
This week’s Good Trouble is a little over-stuffed, but we’re finally getting to the heart of Alice’s issues.
“Archers, draw; anchor your hand at the corner of your mouth; use your dominant eye. Now, relax my pretties. Release.”
One of the most feminist hours of television you’ll probably ever see.
Mariana Adams-Foster is having her first threesome, y’all.
Mariana has to explain boundaries to Raj again and Jazmin finally gets Gael to understand the bigotry she’s up against.
Grace Choi finally gets the backstory we’ve been waiting on for TWO YEARS. Trust me, you’re going to want a box of tissues for this one.