‘Buffy’ at 25: How the show changed pop culture forever

This year marks the 25th anniversary of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, one of the most successful genre television shows in history. The series originally debuted in 1997 as a mid-season replacement, but would go on to last a total of seven seasons, while also creating it's own spin-off and subsequent comic book franchise in it's … Continue reading ‘Buffy’ at 25: How the show changed pop culture forever

Hawkeye series finally puts some respect on Natasha Romanoff’s MCU death

In this week's episode of Hawkeye on Disney+, titled "Ronin," finally addressed the lasting ramifications of Natasha Romanoff's sacrifice in Avengers: Endgame. The emotional penultimate episode picks up following the events of Black Widow, set in 2018, as Yelena (Florence Pugh) is executing her worldwide mission of freeing the other brainwashed black widow assassins. During … Continue reading Hawkeye series finally puts some respect on Natasha Romanoff’s MCU death

Buffy’s Eliza Dushku testifies to Congress about experiencing sexual harassment in Hollywood

Actress Eliza Dushku went before the House Judiciary Committee last month during a hearing entitled "Silenced: How Forced Arbitration Keeps Victims of Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment in the Shadows." This marked the first time that she was able to speak freely about her own experiences during her time on the CBS show Bull in … Continue reading Buffy’s Eliza Dushku testifies to Congress about experiencing sexual harassment in Hollywood

The CW fumbles Supergirl finale with cut scenes, ultimate queerbaiting

First, let's get this out of the way. This article is not about ANY of the actors on Supergirl. In fact, I thank each and every one of them for their hard work over the past six seasons. Had it not been for you, I probably would've stopped watching a long time ago. Your performances … Continue reading The CW fumbles Supergirl finale with cut scenes, ultimate queerbaiting

Live-action She-Ra series in development at Amazon

The Princess of Power is staging another comeback, as Amazon Prime Video announces that a live-action She-Ra series in early development at the streaming service. Amazon is partnering with DreamWorks on the series, though it's been stated that this will not be an adaptation of either previous animated incarnations of the character. Instead, it "will … Continue reading Live-action She-Ra series in development at Amazon

Dragon Con successfully, and safely, relaunches in-person pop culture convention

Saying that 2020 was a rough year for pop culture conventions probably goes without question, with millions lost to local economies as well as hundreds of job losses due to the pandemic. It's good then that some conventions are getting back to a semi-normal existence and if the example Atlanta's Dragon Con, the largest pop … Continue reading Dragon Con successfully, and safely, relaunches in-person pop culture convention

Hacks, I May Destroy You, & Love, Victor among shows to win LGBTQ Critics’ Dorian TV Awards

On Sunday evening, GALECA: The Society of LGBTQ Entertainment Critics organization held their annual Dorian TV Awards to honor excellence in queer television for the 2020-2021 season. The ceremony was simultaneously broadcasted live on both HereTV's streaming service, as well as PlanetOut's YouTube channel. Leading the pack of this year's winners are FX's Pose, who's … Continue reading Hacks, I May Destroy You, & Love, Victor among shows to win LGBTQ Critics’ Dorian TV Awards

The L Word: Generation Q reaches an emotional stride by delving into the past

This week's episode of The L Word: Generation Q, titled "Lake House," helped the series achieve a level of emotion we have yet to experience in the Showtime reboot. The sequel series has of course been sexy and drama-filled just like the original, but had yet to reach that stage of pulling at viewers' heartstrings … Continue reading The L Word: Generation Q reaches an emotional stride by delving into the past

FBoy Island is the best reality dating show you’re not watching

I'm just as surprised as you are. I've never really been a fan of reality dating shows, they almost always seem superficial and maniacally orchestrated for maximum drama. However, after seeing a preview of FBoy Island thanks to my handy HBO Max subscription (how about those Titans?!), I wanted to give it a shot. A … Continue reading FBoy Island is the best reality dating show you’re not watching