The Queerest Things I Watched Last Week – February 10, 2020
Alice continues to make a mess on Good Trouble and Dex and Violet are my new favorite ship on Stumptown.
The Queerest Things I Watched Last Week – February 3, 2020
Team LezWatch recovers from the Work in Progress season one finale, Thundergrace is reunited on Black Lightning and Debbie ends her season on Shameless running from the cops.
Queer Beats – January 24, 2020
This week, Legends of Tomorrow returned with plenty of BTS content, Ilana Glazer and Stephanie Beatriz talked about why they love being queer, and ODAAT is filming again!
The Queerest Things I Watched Last Week – December 23, 2019
Stef and Lena pay a visit to Good Trouble for A Very Coterie Christmas and The L Word Gen Q continues to bring quality queer content.
Queer Beats – December 12, 2019
This week, Kontrola and Functional released new episodes, Caity and Jes went to a hockey game, and the final season of Runaways is up and ready for you to binge!
Sneak Peek: A Very Fosters Holidays
The Adams Fosters are coming to the Coterie for Christmas. What could possibly go wrong?
Queer Beats – November 22, 2019
This week, Fivel Stewart blessed us with a breakdown of that kiss, Cable Girls and Runaways announced their final seasons, and the Arrowverse Crossover released new trailers.
Queer Beats – October 11, 2019
This week, our favorite CW shows premiered, New York Comic Con and CarmillaCon provided lots of goodies, and the first three episodes of Passage dropped on Tello!
Queer Beats – September 20, 2019
This week, we found out that Angelica Ross will be hosting a presidential forum (thank god!), The Fosters will be getting back together, and ODAAT proved the haters wrong.
The Queerest Things I Watched Last Week – August 12, 2019
Good Trouble brings the Alice/Joey/Lindsay drama, Professor Shane is in trouble on Grown-ish and we’re given the gift of Ali Liebert on BH90210.
The Queerest Things I Watched Last Week – July 29, 2019
Alice and Joey are still trying to find their rhythm on Good Trouble, and we see the death of Rose (or do we) on Jane The Virgin.