Representation is Stagnant
Taking another year in review, representation on television is starting to flatten out. And not in a good way.
Good Trouble is Back for Season Two
Finding peace of mind in season two of Good Trouble is harder than you might expect.
WebSeries to Watch For – ClexaCon Edition
Did you miss the film festival for Clexa-Con 2019? Don’t worry! Here’s what you need to watch.
Statistics: What the Queers Watch
The release of Nielsen data for queer viewers demonstrates that queer television is complex, diverse, and intersectional.
Vida Season Two – We Want You to Binge It
Vida season two drops next Tuesday and we’re doing a giveaway to encourage you to binge the whole thing.
The Unlimited Bubble of Peak TV
Have we oversaturated the market with scripted dramas, or is the ever increasing mountain of TV a good thing for diversity?
Even More Tales Of The City
Coming to Netflix is the next installment in the “Tales of the City” franchise.
Statistics: One Show in Five
Understanding if representation is getting better depends a great deal on how many shows are representing us at all.
The Princesses of Power Speak for Themselves
The show shies away from actively promoting anyone as LGBT, but thinks things are pretty evident anyway.
Out of the Badlands
With season three, “Into the Badlands” comes to an end. Did it pave the way for more diverse TV, or is it a dead end?
Juliantina and the Future of LGBT Representation in the Spanish-Speaking World
While many Spanish speaking countries allow for gay marriage and same-sex civil partnerships, they are still far behind English speaking countries when it comes to queer television.