Grey's Anatomy season 19 poster.

“Grey’s Anatomy” season 19 is just around the corner, and there are plenty of changes in store! This season will include several new faces. Here’s what you need to know about what’s in store for “Grey’s Anatomy” season 19.

Monarch season 1.

If you’re a fan of country music and soap operas, you’re going to want to check out “Monarch,” a new series created by Melissa London Hilfers, starring Trace Adkins, Anna Friel, Beth Ditto, and Susan Sarandon. The series brings Empire-style dynastic drama to the country music world, and I’m here to tell you everything you need to know about it.

Poster For The Queer For Fear documentary.

The history of the LGBTQ+ community in horror and thriller genres is long and fascinating, and soon we’ll all have the chance to learn more about it.

Horror-focused streaming service Shudder has announced a four-part documentary series called “Queer for Fear: The History of Queer Horror,” which I’ll share in more detail below.

House of The Dragon season 2.

Great news for fans of “Game of Thrones” and the Targaryen dynasty! HBO has renewed the fantasy drama series “House of the Dragon” for a second season!

Poster of the Do Revenge movie.

We’re just days away from the release of the movie “Do Revenge,” and I can’t wait to see what it has in store for us. The film reunites some of our favorite TV show heroines, including Camila Mendes (Veronica from Riverdale) and Maya Hawke (Robin from Stranger Things). With a mix of suspenseful thriller and a perfect 90s teen movie aesthetic, the film piqued my interest when its first trailer was released. Here’s a quick rundown of what you need to know about this “Do Revenge” comedy and its sapphic character.

The Vampire Academy series by Peacock Original.

If you’re a fan of vampire dramas with a hint of romance, then you’re in for a treat with Peacock Original’s new series “Vampire Academy.” The TV show is a remake of the 2014 film of the same name that starred Zoey Deutch and is based on the popular book series by Richelle Mead. Julie Plec and Marguerite MacIntyre are teaming up to bring the books to life on screen, so get ready for a vampiric drama that includes a sapphic love story!

The Handmaid's Tale season 5.

It’s been a long wait, but “The Handmaid’s Tale” is finally returning for its fifth season. And based on the trailer and synopsis that have been released so far, it looks like the new season is going to be as intense and heartbreaking as the previous ones.

Fearless: The Inside Story of the AFLW.

“Fearless: The Inside Story of the AFLW” is a new documentary series that takes a close look at the lives of the stars of the Australian Women’s Football League (AFLW).

The film follows several AFLW players as they prepare for the sixth season, providing an intimate look at their lives both on and off the field.

Besides giving viewers a behind-the-scenes look at the AFLW, the film also highlights the importance of women’s sports in general.

With its mix of inspirational stories and hard-hitting action, “Fearless: The Inside Story of the AFLW” is sure to be a hit with fans of both sports and documentaries.

Poster of TV show The Sandman season 1.

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.

They/Them movie at a gay conversion camp.

“They/Them” is a horror movie about LGBTQ+ campers undergoing “conversion therapy.” It could have been a good movie, but it fails. The writing is not good enough, and the actors’ performances are not enough to compensate. In short, if you want to see a great horror movie, “Bodies Bodies Bodies” is a much better option. Nevertheless, if you still want to be tempted, here is everything you need to know about “They/Them.”

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