The end of On My Block means saying goodbye to a Netflix MVP

Let's get this out of the way first: the entire cast of Netflix's On My Block is crazy talented and sexy af. That's not even a debate. Each one seems in their element, with each character played to utter perfection. I have no doubt that following the final season of the series, none of them … Continue reading The end of On My Block means saying goodbye to a Netflix MVP

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

Titans season 3 review: The team enters an ambitious new era

*THIS IS A SPOILER-FREE REVIEW OF THE FIRST 6 EPISODES OF TITANS SEASON 3* While watching the first few episodes of the new season of Titans, I began to experience something strange. For the first time, the show as making me care about not only my favorite characters, but all of the characters, as well … Continue reading Titans season 3 review: The team enters an ambitious new era

Coulson returning to MCU–is the rest of Agents of SHIELD far behind?

With the August 11th premiere of What If...? rapidly approaching, Marvel Studios recently released the official roster of actors who would be providing voice work for the animated series. There's a lot of familiar names on this list who weren't featured in the What If...? trailer, including Kat Dennings as Darcy Lewis, Cobie Smulders as … Continue reading Coulson returning to MCU–is the rest of Agents of SHIELD far behind?

Charlize Theron to develop The Final Girl Support Group series for HBO Max

Oscar winner Charlize Theron is teaming up with Barbara and Andy Muschietti (It) to bring The Final Girl Support Group to television via HBO Max. Based on the New York Times bestseller by Grady Hendrix of the same name, the TV series will be set in Los Angeles and follows a support group for six … Continue reading Charlize Theron to develop The Final Girl Support Group series for HBO Max

WandaVision, Lovecraft Country, I May Destroy You headline more diverse Emmy nominations

Nominations for the 73rd Primetime Emmy Awards were announced today, with a surprisingly diverse roster of nominees, including a breakthrough moment for Marvel with WandaVision, HBO's Lovecraft Country, and HBO's I May Destroy You. WandaVision scored 23 nominations, including Limited Series and Lead Actor/Actress in a Limited Series or Movie nods for Elizabeth Olson and … Continue reading WandaVision, Lovecraft Country, I May Destroy You headline more diverse Emmy nominations