Here are the queer lady ships that made us/destroyed us; what are yours?
Sometimes, on a rare harvest moon when the mermaids sing and the unicorns take flight, we’re treated to really authentic, layered, swoon-worthy portrayals of bisexual women on our favorite shows.
It’s the season premiere on my life in New York! Meanwhile, The Good Wife is about to have its series finale! Let’s talk about it all.
The good, the bad, the ugly, and the revolutionarily boring queer TV storylines of the year.
Supernatural kills Charlie, Gotham tropes Barbara, Arrow marries Nyssa off to a man. But on the upside, Samira Wiley crushed it on Law & Order: SVU and Raven was amazing on Black-ish.
One Big Happy has one more episode, Younger is still adorably hokey, Bo accidentally beds her stepmom on Lost Girl, Sam and Laura see a sexual healer on Newlyweds: The First Year, and The Bold and the Beautiful is still borking it all up.
Lucy Lawless gets gay on Salem, Maggie names Liza’s vagina on Younger, The Bold and the Beautiful keeps borking up 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.
We’re back with our weekly column about all the queer stuff that’s happening on television that we don’t have time to recap!
There were 128 queer lady characters on TV this year, if you can believe that. It’s a brand new world.
There were more queer female characters of color on TV in 2014 than the total number of queer female characters on TV, period, five years ago.
Plus it’s finally time for ABC Family’s leztastic Christmas specials!
It was a pretty lame week for queer women on TV, but at least Kalinda and Lana were naked most of the time.
The Good Wife’s best character continues to be Kalinda Sharma’s trench coats.
Happy Halloween! Have a brand new lesbian character dressed as a dinosaur!
More lesbian sex than lesbian death on TV this week! It’s a 2014 record!
Welcome to our brand new Friday round-up of all the queer ladies on TV we haven’t already talked about this week. You’ll like it we promise.
After hours — probably years — of research, Dannielle has concluded that every lesbian on TV has a side part. She’s meticulously compiled her evidence in the essay contained herein.
I wish there was a way to get more Penelope Garcia, H.G. Wells and Olivia Benson into my life with less murder, like if they were all on the same hour-long HBO drama? Just saying.
“Where We Are On TV” has some promising and not-so-promising numbers for queer women on the teevee, and also raises some questions about how we quantify “representation” in the first place for all groups.