Why the CW’s Fall Hurts So Much
It’s not just you. The CW’s demise, on the heels and toes of HBOMax’s collapse, sparks fear in this queer’s TV lovin’ heart.
The Queerest Things I Watched Last Week – November 7, 2022
It was Tracie Thoms week while we visited Hen and Karen’s first date on 9-1-1 and met Camille, Nova’s first girlfriend on Queen Sugar.
From the LWTV Archives: First Queer Character on a Sitcom
This week, we are diving into the database to find the first queer character that appeared on a sitcom.
ClexaCon ’22: Janina Gavankar
“Queer stories have been told with different faces and different names for years.” – Janina Gavankar talks to us about TV, video games, and immortality.
The Queerest Things I Watched Last Week – October 24, 2022
The happy Shondaland queers are at Grey-Sloan Memorial Hospital and Lucy & Kate take their relationship to the next level on NCIS: Hawai’i.
What HBO Max’s Red Wedding Means for Queers
Maybe it’s the death knell for TV as we know it, but the merger of HBO Max and Discovery+ is bad for everyone. Except corporate executives…
The Queerest Things I Watched Last Week – October 17, 2022
I loved High School so far and, hallelujah, we found out Carmen Moyo is gay on the The Good Fight!
From the LWTV Archives: Actor with the Most Queer Roles
This week, I was curious to find out which actor on LWTV holds the record for playing the most queer characters on TV.
Tegan and Sara’s “High School” is Scruffy and Sapphic
I know you feel it too, it all seems so untrue. When you get up and over it and over them. Tegan and Sara’s memoire hits the small screen this week.
The Queerest Things I Watched Last Week – October 10, 2022
I did a few binge-watches including Harley Quinn and NCIS: Hawai’i so I could jump on board the Kate and Lucy ship.
2022: Hindsight, Damn Hindsight, and Statistics
In 2020 and 2021, I looked back at the numbers for shows, as a bit of a canary in a coal mine kind of gut check. The facts as we know them: overall representation has been declining there are fewer shows with queer rep than in previous years the pandemic absolutely hurt TV we get…