Will Web Series Techniques Go Mainstream (Again)
Webisodes and web series all come from discarded traditional filming techniques which are being re-adopted now. What innovations will be next?
The Queerest Things I Watched Last Week – July 6, 2020
I recap the first three episodes The Chi season three which is by far its queerest season yet.
Queer Beats – July 3, 2020
This week, Janelle Monae delivered us new pictures while also speaking about diverse representation on tv and Wynonna Earp finally released a new trailer!
Fight For Vagrant Queen
It’s got style, camp, and a chance to be saved. Let’s fight for “Vagrant Queen” and get our show another season!
The Queerest Things I Watched Last Week – June 29, 2020
I hosted a panel for the very first time and it was for one of my favorite shows, the Brazilian web series RED.
Queer Beats – June 26, 2020
This week, Council of Dads was cancelled, Lucifer was renewed, and Catradora continues to live on through quarantine!
On understanding why cop shows are prevalent on TV, and why the first two non-comedy queer-named-and-led series are about law enforcement.
The Queerest Things I Watched Last Week – June 22, 2020
I rise out of the ashes to finish my post on the queer parts of the Hulu mini-series Mrs. America.
Queer Beats – June 19, 2020
This week delivered new interview content for Pride month and Betty got renewed!
The Limits of Headlining
While queer characters are on every type of show out there, the ones where they get to headline a show named for them are limited in scope.
Queer Beats – June 12, 2020
This week was full of surprises, like a Noelle Stevenson fic and a Station 19 reunion!