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Take My Wife – Love, Laughs, Lives

Take My Wife – Love, Laughs, Lives

July 26, 2016 user-circle Mika A. Epstein

Two comedians are lesbians, married, and made a show that is and isn’t about them. And no one dies. We’re in.

Supergirl to Introduce Maggie Sawyer

Supergirl to Introduce Maggie Sawyer

July 19, 2016 user-circle Mika A. Epstein

Hold on to your badges, we get another shot at superhero cops.

Bulletproof Vest Your Gays (And Renew Wynonna Earp)

Bulletproof Vest Your Gays (And Renew Wynonna Earp)

July 12, 2016 user-circle Mika A. Epstein

We saved the gays! Can we give them season two?

June ’16 Roundup

June ’16 Roundup

July 1, 2016 user-circle Mika A. Epstein

Summer vacation has begun and we’ve got more statistics and features for everyone!

The Diversity (and Unoriginality) of Death

The Diversity (and Unoriginality) of Death

June 16, 2016 user-circle Mika A. Epstein

Death is overdone on TV, it’s boring, and too many lesbians are still dying!

You Can’t Fight While Killing

You Can’t Fight While Killing

June 10, 2016 user-circle Mika A. Epstein

The summary is Ilene Chaiken is a piece of work.

Can We Trust Wynonna Earp?

Can We Trust Wynonna Earp?

June 3, 2016 user-circle Mika A. Epstein

It’s hard to trust when we’ve been betrayed 20 times already since January.

May We All Be Gay!

May We All Be Gay!

May 31, 2016 user-circle Mika A. Epstein

May brought us life, death, and undeath for lesbians.

Unbury Your Gays

Unbury Your Gays

May 24, 2016 user-circle Mika A. Epstein

Some live, some die, and some un-die.

Videos: Why We Deserve Better

Videos: Why We Deserve Better

May 19, 2016 user-circle Mika A. Epstein

The fight is not over.

Lesbians Returning: Person of Interest

Lesbians Returning: Person of Interest

May 13, 2016 user-circle Mika A. Epstein

On Monday, the fourth episode of Person of Interest’s final seasons airs. If you’re not caught up, turn around. Spoilers ahoy!

Team Shoot - Root and Shaw

25% Dead in America

May 3, 2016 user-circle Mika A. Epstein

LGBTQ females make up less than 4% of network TV characters. And a quarter of those are now dead.