Stranger Things exemplifies how women turn pain into power

**This article contains spoilers for all four seasons of Stranger Things.** While Netflix’s Stranger Things is of course composed of primarily sci-fi elements, borrowing heavily from horror and fantasy films of the ’80s, it’s core is rooted in realism with themes of family, courage, identity, and the age-old power struggle between light and dark. Season … Continue reading Stranger Things exemplifies how women turn pain into power

Hacks, Heartstopper, & Yellowjackets score LGBTQ critics’ Dorian Award nominations

GALECA, The Society of LGBTQ Entertainment Critics, announced its nominees for the 14th annual Dorian TV Awards earlier this week. The nominees include actors and television series from many of this years’ high-profile LGBTQ projects, including HBO Max’s Hacks, HBO’s Euphoria, Netflix’s Heartstopper, and Showtime’s Yellowjackets. Leading the pack is HBO and HBO Max, with … Continue reading Hacks, Heartstopper, & Yellowjackets score LGBTQ critics’ Dorian Award nominations

Warrior Nun season 2 gets trailer, aims for winter release

Everyone’s favorite girl gang is back in a brand-new trailer for the upcoming second season of Netflix’s Warrior Nun. A breakout hit at the height of the pandemic in 2020, the series featured an international cast, primarily composed of women, including Alba Baptista, Kristina Tonteri-Young, and Toya Turner. Warrior Nun follows the story of Ava, … Continue reading Warrior Nun season 2 gets trailer, aims for winter release

Neve Campbell not returning for Scream 6 due to failed salary negotiations

Filming of the next entry to the Scream franchise is slated to begin this month, but apparently it will be doing so without the series’ main star. Neve Campbell officially announced today that she won’t be returning to her role as final girl Sidney Prescott in the next installment, stating that the decision ultimately came … Continue reading Neve Campbell not returning for Scream 6 due to failed salary negotiations

The CW’s ‘Red Wedding’ is an archaic exercise in greed and bigotry

The CW was already on thin ice with many viewers after the fallout of the Supergirl series finale and by cancelling fan favorite DC shows such as Batwoman and Legends of Tomorrow, but it’s now drawing more ire after axing even more popular series. The network, which is currently owned by both Warner Bros. TV … Continue reading The CW’s ‘Red Wedding’ is an archaic exercise in greed and bigotry

Dirty Dancing sequel officially announced, Jennifer Grey to return

Get ready to return to Kellerman’s! Lionsgate has officially announced that a sequel to the 1987 hit movie Dirty Dancing is underway, with at least one major character returning. Jennifer Grey is slated to reprise her role as Frances “Baby” Houseman, who famously fell in love with Patrick Swayze’s Johnny Castle in the original film. … Continue reading Dirty Dancing sequel officially announced, Jennifer Grey to return

Judd sisters pay tribute to mom Naomi at Country Music Hall of Fame induction

Over the weekend, Naomi Judd, half of the mother-daughter country music duo The Judds, committed suicide at the age of 76 after losing her battle with mental illness. Naomi Judd died just a day before The Judds were set to be inducted into the legendary Country Music Hall of Fame on Sunday evening. Daughters Wynonna, … Continue reading Judd sisters pay tribute to mom Naomi at Country Music Hall of Fame induction

Minx is a funny, full-frontal look at ’70s feminism

**This article contains spoilers for HBO Max’s Minx.** HBO Max seems to be hitting it’s stride when it comes to original comedy series, thanks to both the critical and commercial success of shows such as The Righteous Gemstones and the Emmy Award-winning Hacks. Minx, a fictitious take on the origins of the first women’s erotica … Continue reading Minx is a funny, full-frontal look at ’70s feminism

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