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?
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!
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 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.
A Lack of Intersectionality
Looking at the numbers of Intersectionality on shows, we still have a long way to go.
Why I Love What I Love
Sometimes we all just need to love what we love. And I love a lot of television shows.
She-Ra Won In the End
We must be strong we must be brave, and we will be gay in the end. How She-Ra took risks and gave us a win in the end.
The Life and Death (?) of Annalise Keating
This week we say goodbye to one of the most groundbreaking, amazing, bisexual badasses out there. Here’s to you, Annalise.
Farewell (Again) to Will & Grace
A show that changed the game has made its final bow. Again. But should it have come back in the first place?
TV Statistics in the Time of Pandemics
It’s difficult to guess at anything for the rest of 2020, but we can say that this season has started out strong.
New Queer Shows to Watch
There’s been a lot going on. All these shows are in their first seasons in 2020, and you should check them out since you’ve got some TV time on your hands.