TV Statistics in the Time of Pandemics
It’s difficult to guess at anything for the rest of 2020, but we can say that this season has started out strong.
The Viability of Queer Female Led Series
Representation isn’t just how many characters are on air, but how many characters lead shows. The numbers aren’t good.
“Love Me Bait Me” Teaser from The Clexa Project
Starting in 2015, the number of queer female deaths on television, internationally, climbed to unexpected heights and started a movement.
What The Queers Watch Changes At Scale
Revisiting Nielsen data after six months, understanding what queer families watch proves to be dependant on the quality and content of what is provided.
Growth of Representation
Understanding the impact of canceled shows to characters on-air demonstrates a less close relation than one might expect.
Representation by Character
The feature most asked for by data lovers and academics is finally here. That’s right, you can see what years a character was on air.
Representation is Stagnant
Taking another year in review, representation on television is starting to flatten out. And not in a good way.
Statistics: What the Queers Watch
The release of Nielsen data for queer viewers demonstrates that queer television is complex, diverse, and intersectional.
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?
Statistics: One Show in Five
Understanding if representation is getting better depends a great deal on how many shows are representing us at all.
Statistics: The Deadliest Month
Looking over the last eleven years, we’ve determined what the deadliest month is for a TV queer lady.