The Queerest Things I Watched Last Week – August 31, 2020
Teenage Bounty Hunters season 1 becomes my newest binge-watch obsession and I May Destroy You thankfully defies the trans rejection trope.
Binge-Worthy Shows: More LezWatchTV Staff Picks
Chances are you blew through your TV watchlist a while ago. No worries, the LezWatchTV staff is here with more binge-worthy show picks.
Queer Beats – August 28, 2020
This week, Netflix cancelled multiple shows with queer rep but at least some of our other shows may (safely) film again soon!
Content For The Children — ComicCon@Home 2020
Two stories of getting queer from paper to film on cartoons couldn’t be more different. Brought to you from San Diego Comic Con.
The Queerest Things I Watched Last Week – August 24, 2020
The Chi season 3 finale ends an intense, beautiful and heartbreaking season. I let you know how all the queer characters wound up.
Queer Beats – August 21, 2020
This week, we say goodbye to Luimelia on Amar Es Para Siempre and Choni get ready to “reign supreme” next season.
Sacrificing For All Mankind – ComicCon@Home 2020
Nixon’s Women discuss the sacrifices made and the future path of a universe where America was not the first to the moon.
The Queerest Things I Watched Last Week – August 17, 2020
Nina and Dre’s new marriage has been dragged through Hell on The Chi this season, but it looks like their relationship may survive.
Guide to Luimelia
A spoiler-free guide to watching Amar Es Para Siempre’s main queer couple: Luisita and Amelia.
Queer Beats – August 14, 2020
This week, details about DCFandome continue to be released and Ruby Rose explains the reasoning behind her Batwoman decision.
Inclusion: The Final Frontier – ComicCon@Home 2020
Imagine a future where we are all judged on the content of our character, and where hope for equality has become reality. Over 50 year later, Star Trek still delivers on that dream.