“Manifest” Issues One Last Boarding Pass

“Manifest” Issues One Last Boarding Pass

September 1, 2021 user-circle Mika A. Epstein

Netflix has given Manifest one more chance with a season 4 to wrap up the show.

“Q-Force” Aims to be Your Heroes

“Q-Force” Aims to be Your Heroes

August 25, 2021 user-circle Mika A. Epstein

Coming this September are the gayest superheroes you’re ever going to see: Q-Force!

Don’t Paus The Stream – New Network, New Series

Don’t Paus The Stream – New Network, New Series

August 21, 2021 user-circle Mika A. Epstein

Don’t let your heart put paus on checking out the up and coming free (!) network to watch some quality content.

PhDs, Queerbaiting, and Queer Interruptions

PhDs, Queerbaiting, and Queer Interruptions

August 18, 2021 user-circle Mika A. Epstein

The dichotomy of asynchrony and anachronism meet in Evangeline Aguas’s “Queer Interruptions”

The Final Season of “Brooklyn Nine-Nine”

The Final Season of “Brooklyn Nine-Nine”

August 11, 2021 user-circle Mika A. Epstein

If your sex tape was 8 seasons long, it might have been as popular as “Brooklyn Nine-Nine”

Disney’s “The Owl House” Brings Queer Romance to Teens

Disney’s “The Owl House” Brings Queer Romance to Teens

August 4, 2021 user-circle Mika A. Epstein

If I was a kid, I’d be making appointment TV for this show.

ComicCon@Home 2021: Motherland, Star Trek, Legends and More

ComicCon@Home 2021: Motherland, Star Trek, Legends and More

July 28, 2021 user-circle Mika A. Epstein

While SDCC wasn’t as gay as I would have liked, it still has some queer news.

We’re Losing Our Minds (In a Good Way) Over “Batwoman”

We’re Losing Our Minds (In a Good Way) Over “Batwoman”

July 21, 2021 user-circle Mika A. Epstein

Renee Montoya returns to the Batverse in the best way possible.

ComicCon is (still) At Home 2021

ComicCon is (still) At Home 2021

July 14, 2021 user-circle Mika A. Epstein

It sucks that it’s another year at home, but ComicCon@Home 2021 still has some quality content to look for!

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Intimacy in the time of COVID

July 7, 2021 user-circle Mika A. Epstein

Showing love and sex with a raging pandemic is about as easy as getting a queer female named show a second season.

The Chung-Chung-Changes of “Law & Order”

The Chung-Chung-Changes of “Law & Order”

June 30, 2021 user-circle Mika A. Epstein

Over the thirty odd years we’ve had “Law & Order” on our screens, in one permutation or another, their representation has changed.

The Law of TV Averages in Show Scores

The Law of TV Averages in Show Scores

June 23, 2021 user-circle Mika A. Epstein

Percentages, averages, and a slower growth on show scores gives us an answer of where to see representation on US TV.