TV Critics Association Winter 2019 Press Tour
It’s time for a first look at the last seasons of beloved shows, as well as a peek as to what’s new. It’s the 2019 TCA Press Tour!
The Queerest Things I Watched Last Week – February 4, 2019
We get to learn more of Nia’s backstory on Supergirl, the post-memory erasing spell Melko reunion happened on Charmed and we got a little Thundergrace cuteness on Black Lightning.
Queer Beats – February 1, 2019
Welcome back to Queer Beats, your weekly one-stop shop for queer television news! This week, GLAAD announced their media award nominees, the TCAs brought lots of good queer news, and we finally got some new info about The L Word reboot! GLAAD Awards It’s the most wonderful time of the year: the GLAAD Media Awards…
Stef and Lena get into Good Trouble
Next week, it’s finally time for the Moms to visit their girls in LA. What could possibly go wrong?
“One Day at a Time” Returns for Season 3
We’re back! It’s everyone’s favourite Cuban family, this time with 300% more Cubans as the extended family is in town for a funeral and a party.
The Queerest Things I Watched Last Week – January 28, 2019
We were blessed with Kate Moennig on Grown-ish to help process Nomi’s straight girl issues, we met Gael’s sister Jazmin on Good Trouble and I opted for RENT: Live over Supergirl and Charmed.
Queer Beats – January 25, 2019
This week, Stephanie Beatriz talked about Rosa and directing Brooklyn Nine-Nine, all our Choni questions were answered, and we finally got a sneak peek at Dreamer from Supergirl!
The Disappearance of “Mean Jean” and Other Pilots
The mysterious untitled lesbian show will be no more.
The Queerest Things I Watched Last Week – January 21, 2019
We meet Alice’s ex GF and her new fiance on Good Trouble, say goodbye to Cece on Grey’s and hello again as Niko returns to Charmed.
Queer Beats – January 18, 2019
This week, The OC’s Alex Kelly made an appearance, One Day at a Time finally released a trailer, and Vida (and vida in general) continues to be radically queer.
“Legends of Tomorrow” is Normalizing Queerness and it’s Awesome
How the CW sparked a revolution and recovered, all with the help of some magical, time traveling queers.