If you're looking for an exciting binge-worthy series, look no further than "Ginny & Georgia"!
Netflix has an exciting new series in the works called "First Kill." This upcoming teen-vampire show is generating buzz because of its main female characters, who happen to be queer.
Hulu has finally revealed the highly anticipated premiere date for the fourth season of "The handmaid's Tale"!
If you're looking for a new show to watch on Netflix, I highly recommend "First Kill." It's an original teen vampire drama written by Felicia D. Henderson and V.E. Schwab, and it's based on Schwab's short story of the same name. The show stars Catherine Hook and Imani Lewis and is produced by Emma Roberts and Karah Preiss via Belletrist Productions. It's SO good! You're going to love it!
Wynonna Earp is the new show on SyFy that will have you yelling "holy shit" at your TV. This show has it all! Action, adventure, romance...and a kickass heroine who can handle anything life throws at her with ease.
On December 11, 2020, drama series “The Wilds” landed on Amazon Prime Video. The story that follows a group of 7 teenage girls, including two lesbians, on a desert island after the “crash” of their plane was successful enough to be renewed for a season two.
The adventures of Gretchen, Fatin, Dot, Leah, Toni, Martha, Daniel, Dean, Nora, Rachel, and Shelby will thus be able to continue in new episodes.
The media advocacy group dedicated to LGBTQ individuals, GLAAD, has freshly launched the 16th version of their 'Where Are We On TV' research. This study focuses on the depiction of the LGBTQ community on television. Here's a look at the key outcomes.
Get ready to dive back into the fast-paced and emotional world of Toronto's healthcare system with "Nurses" season 2.
Production of the highly anticipated second season of "Star Trek: Picard" has been affected by the Coronavirus pandemic.
Looking for some inside scoop on the upcoming season of "Motherland: Fort Salem"? Check out what the talented cast had to say during their virtual Comic-Con panel!
Actress Samira Wiley, famous for her roles in "Orange Is The New Black" and "The Handmaid's Tale," is now part of the "Equal" documentary series about LGBTQ+ history.
Actress and director Clea DuVall (known for her work in "The Handmaid’s Tale" and "Happiest Seasons") has joined forces with the renowned musical duo Tegan and Sara Quin for an exciting venture. Together, they are bringing to life a lesbian coming-of-age comedy series, inspired by the sisters' best-selling memoir.
It's finally here! BET has premiered the first episode of their new lesbian series Twenties and it is everything you could hope for. The show follows Hattie (Jonica T. Gibbs), a black lesbian screenwriter in her twenties, and her two straight best friends, Marie (Christina Elmore) and Nia (Gabrielle Graham), as they pursue both their dreams and love, while testing the limits of diversity, equity, and inclusion in Los Angeles!