Finding Hope in A Year of Unbalanced TV
The past is coming back to get us through the pandemic, but there will be a cost to content quality.
Everything’s Maybe Gonna Be Okay?
Struggling with change, graduation, love, and a pandemic all come together on season two of “Everything’s Gonna Be Okay.”
“Manifest” Keeps Flying High
Manifest is coming back on April 1, and the mystery keeps getting weirder. But this time, the answers might be closer than you think.
It’s sad, in a lot of ways, to be typing this. I’m happy about the general quality of the videos that Comic Con International has been able to put out, sharing with more and more people the joys of panels and Q&As at WonderCon and ComicCon, but I also really want to be there. I…
April is Super Queer on Revry
Revry is running into April with as much queer content as they can do, and it’s fabulous.
For Queer Mankind
One small step for a lesbian, one giant leap for queer kind. Season two just keeps going strong.
Is This Farewell to “Wynonna Earp”?
The end is nigh. Will the Earp save the Ghost River Triangle, or will everything be a fustercluck filled with shit-eaters forever?
The 80s are Back – Punky Style
Your shoes don’t have to match when you rock your own style and live life your own way. Punky’s back, folks.
Batwoman Returns With Meaning
The importance of Ryan Wilder as a hero is greater than her heroism as Batwoman.
Season Three Keeps Making “Good Trouble”
“Good Trouble” follows the residents of Downtown Los Angeles’ The Coterie as they juggle career, love, and friendship and learn that standing up for what you believe in requires making a little noise and getting into trouble.