tv Tag Archive

“Alex Strangelove” Wants Audiences to Love Simon All over Again

Alex Strangelove is a feel-good coming out story for questioning teens trying to navigate same-sex attraction. The film, which bowed Friday on Netflix, is right out of the...

“Sense8” Finale Gives Fans All the Feels They’ve Come to Love

Sense8, the embattled Netflix series that fans brought back from the dead last year, just delivered a rollercoaster finale worthy of the series. The show whose message is one big...

Season 2 of Queer Eye Promises More … of Everything

Season 2 of Queer Eye promises more of everything, now that the series has successfully moved from cable to Netflix. What new boundaries will “the Fab Five” — Bobby...

“Pose:” Ryan Murphy’s Latest Series — and Greatest TV Triumph

Pose is part drama, and part tribute to those LGBTQ stalwarts who kept their dignity and passion to push through the very harrowing 1980s. The FX series is the last of Ryan...

“Unbreakable!”Netflix Zany Kimmy Schmidt Saga Continues

Hold up! You may be in the habit of binging entire seasons of Netflix’ madcap comedy Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt in one giggle-filled sitting. But this time around, there will be...

Roseanne Reboot Cancelled after Star’s Racist Tweet

Mere hours after the spitstorm caused by a tweet from star Roseanne Barr, ABC has pulled the plug on what had been a successful reboot. The fracas is more evidence of the...

Think Love Is Strange? Meet Alex Strangelove

The reception to this summer’s Love, Simon was decidedly mixed. It seemed that for every fan who appreciated the value of a mainstream movie about a kinder, gentler coming out...

Drag Race Season 10 Episode 8 Recap: Kameron Michaels Keeps Us Guessing

Few queens on RuPaul’s Drag Race have flown under the radar the way Kameron Michaels has this season. She’s had the fewest talking heads and has been involved in almost none...

Bobby Kennedy for President: Netflix Ressurects a Lost Hero

Fifty years ago, he was behind in the presidential race. He hadn’t even served a whole term in the Senate, and in Oregon became the first Kennedy ever to lose a primary. Yet...

Gay and Gray Has Its Day in a New Amazon Short-Form Series, “After Forever”

Amazon is stepping up its game, both in terms of short-form narratives and in telling a story seldom told these days: What it’s like to be over 50 and gay. The series —...

Relive Your Most Awkward Teenage Moments with “The Mortified Guide”

Netflix has given us all a reminder to be grateful we made it past teen angst, painful acne and awkward sex ed: The Mortified Guide....