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If you’re looking for a show with a great representation of women and LGBTQ+ characters, Netflix’s new series “The Sandman” is a great choice.
The show tells the story of Morpheus, the titular Sandman, who rebuilds his kingdom after being held captive for a century.
Throughout the series, we see a wide variety of characters, including strong women and LGBTQ+ protagonists. This makes “The Sandman” a great pick for anyone looking for great representation on screen.
Not only does the series do a great job of representing female and LGBTQ+ characters, but it also has an engaging plot and great production values.
“Control Z” is a Mexican series that initially aired on Netflix in 2020. The series saw a dramatic resurgence in popularity last month when the streaming platform released its third and final season online.
Devery Jacobs is back in Season 2 of “Reservation Dogs” and this time, things are getting a little more complicated for her character. In the new season, you’ll see Elora struggling to balance the life she knows on the reservation with the outside world, which offers opportunities but also comes with its own set of challenges. For Elora, it’s a chance to explore her identity and figure out who she wants to be. It’s an exciting season, and I can’t wait to see what Devery Jacobs does with the role.
It was with a heavy heart that we learned HBO will not be moving forward with a third season of Gentleman Jack. The series, which starred Suranne Jones as nineteenth-century lesbian landowner Anne Lister, was a critical and commercial success, and its cancellation came as a surprise to many. While it is disappointing that we will not get to see more of Lister’s story, we are grateful for the time we did have with the show. Gentleman Jack was groundbreaking television, and its loss will be felt for years to come.
2020 was a big year for Sally Rooney. Not only did her novel “Normal People” get adapted for television, but it also became one of the most talked-about shows of the year. The show’s success has catapulted Rooney to the top of the best-seller list and made her one of the most in-demand authors of today.
After the success of her novel “Normal People,” it is now the turn of Sally Rooney’s debut novel “Conversations With Friends” to be adapted into a 12-episode miniseries produced by Element Pictures for BBC Three and Hulu.
If you’re a fan of the comedy show "Hacks," then you’re in for a treat with the upcoming second season, which premiered May 12 on HBO Max.
If you’re looking for a teen TV show with all the ups and downs of real-life romance, then you’ll want to check out “Heartstopper”. In her series, author Alice Oseman takes us on a journey with all the excitement and carelessness of young love. And it’s not just a story about love, friendship, and identity, but one that will stay with you long after you’ve seen it. The series is a delightfully sweet and funny coming-of-age story that will resonate with anyone who’s ever been in love. So buckle up and enjoy this new queer romance series and its many LGBTQ+ characters!
The trailer for season 2 of "The Wilds" has just dropped, and you can finally get a look at what's in store for the next chapter of the Prime Video series. The new season will pick up where the first left off, with the girls stranded on a deserted island after their plane crash. This time, however, they will have to deal with a new threat: a group of male survivors who have also crash-landed on another island. It remains to be seen how the two groups will interact, but one thing is for sure: there will be plenty of drama.
"Single Drunk Female" is a series that follows the ups and downs of protagonist Sam as she tries to get her life back on track after alcohol addiction. The show is both funny and moving, with Sam's journey towards sobriety presenting both challenges and triumphs. Despite its serious subject matter, the series maintains a light-hearted and often humorous tone, making it a must-watch for anyone looking for a good laugh. Whether you're rooting for Sam to succeed or just enjoying the ride, "Single Drunk Female" is sure to entertain.
The Netflix original Spanish horror and fantasy thriller, Feria: The Darkest Light, follows two sisters who discover that their missing parents participated in a cult ritual ending in death. Eva (Ana Tomeno) and Sofia (Carla Campra) will try to uncover the truth in their town where reality hides its own fantasy universe and two queer female characters!
"The Wilds" season 2 is coming and it looks like it's going to be even more intense than the first season!
Netflix’s new series "Chosen" follows a 17-year-old girl who is bisexual or pansexual as she unravels the mystery behind her identity while trying to find the secrets surrounding her small town Middelbo.
Watch the new Apple TV+ documentary called “From Dickinson, With Love” that tells Emily Dickinson’s life in a whole new light. You can watch it now below! The video includes exclusive interviews with cast and crew members.
The Mif is back! The popular show “Skam” started its ninth season this month, and it’s just as exciting- if not more so - than the last one! The story follows Maya, the lesbian character!
Hulu has revealed the two first episodes for their newest series, “How I Met Your Father.” The show features a lesbian character and is set in New York City. This seems like it could be quite interesting!
HBO Max’s LGBTQ series “Generation” has been canceled after only one season despite its quality and loyal audience demanding more.
As I told you, a new lesbian reality series, Tampa Baes, was about to be released. Here are all details including the trailer, the link to watch the show, and all I know about the cast!
The second season of the critically acclaimed TV show Twenties is finally here! I can’t wait to see what’s in store for us this time around.
After the success of the Anne+ web series, we have been eagerly awaiting the next installment in Anne's journey. Now, our wait is finally over! A trailer for the upcoming Anne+ movie has been unveiled, and the release date has been announced. The film picks up where season 2 of the Anne+ web series left off. So mark your calendars and get ready for an unforgettable journey with Anne!