The Queerest Things I Watched Last Week – December 30, 2019
Wow, this week’s episode of The L Word Generation Q was a lot and I am back from the holidays to recap it for you all.
Talking “The Fortnight” with Cory Xenos
Ten years ago, we were all different people. But how much have we really changed? Cory Xenos answers this in an upcoming webseries: The Fortnight.
The Queerest Things I Watched Last Week – December 23, 2019
Stef and Lena pay a visit to Good Trouble for A Very Coterie Christmas and The L Word Gen Q continues to bring quality queer content.
Queer Beats – December 20, 2019
This week, The Bold Type dropped a new trailer, Megan Rapinoe is going to be on TLWGQ, and we were given lots of Runaways bts content.
There’s No Funding Like Web Series For the Holidays
Wouldn’t it be nice to send your holiday money to a queer web series?
The Queerest Things I Watched Last Week – December 16, 2019
Mr. Robot brings us a very special We Stan Domlene episode, I am pleasantly surprised by The L Word Generation Q and disappointed by Crisis on Infinite Earths.
Queer Beats – December 12, 2019
This week, Kontrola and Functional released new episodes, Caity and Jes went to a hockey game, and the final season of Runaways is up and ready for you to binge!
Sneak Peek: A Very Fosters Holidays
The Adams Fosters are coming to the Coterie for Christmas. What could possibly go wrong?
The Queerest Things I Watched Last Week – December 9, 2019
I stayed up way too late watching all of the Sunday night shows last night, so I only did a recap of Dex and Liz on Stumptown.
Queer Beats – December 6, 2019
This week, the long-awaited BIFL series released its first episode, Legends of Tomorrow gave us a sneak peek into the new season, and we got our first look into Lena Waithe’s newest show!
Check out BIFL
Found Family, toxic relationships, and intersectionality make BIFL the most real and least definable web series.