Queer Beats – March 5, 2022

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Welcome back to Queer Beats, your weekly one-stop shop for queer television news. This week, the queers keep winning with magazine covers, funko pops and show renewals.

Batwoman

What’s a better way to start off a post than with a new Funko pop?!?

Batwoman sadly finished up its season this week but at least week got lots of behind-the-scenes goodies:

Also, let’s hope for more Javicia/Meagan ig lives in the off season…

Bomb Girls

LWTV fave, Ali Liebert, was on the Queery podcast this week!

Hightown

Hightown was renewed for a season three!

Killing Eve

Killing Eve is airing its final season which means we get new press content from Jodie and Sandra.

The L Word: Generation Q

This new Netflix movie, Hustle, seems pretty male oriented BUT Jordan Hull and Queen Latifah just got added to the cast list and suddenly I’m excited.

The Mindy Project

First of all, I forgot that Niecy Nash played a queer woman on The Mindy Project (hence the header). But, more importantly, Niecy and her partner made history this week by being the first same sex couple to cover Essence magazine.

Motherland: Fort Salem

Speaking of magazine covers, Taylor Hickson made it to the cover of Diva magazine!

The Morning Show

Oh good, a picture to throw me back into my Bradley/Laura fan spiral…

Pose

More queer articles, you say? Don’t worry, MJ Rodriguez interviewed Beanie Feldstein for The Cut!

Umbrella Academy

Watching Elliot Page continue to thrive will never get old. They are now in the works to publish a memoir!

The Wilds

WE HAVE A WILDS SEASON 2 PREMIERE DATE (ignore the boys).

Yellowjackets

Those who want to see an adult version of Van, say I…

And that’s it for Queer Beats this week! Always thorough, always professional, never random.

About NikkiT

Nikki is an archivist by day, queer TV addict by night. Her first dive into fan content was when she ran a secret Xanga blog dedicated to pictures of Lorelai Gilmore in the 7th grade. She has never looked back.
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