“Beauty” is heavily inspired by Whitney Houston’s story but by no means should be considered a “Dreamgirls” take on the legend’s life.
In the LGBT tag, you’ll find posts featuring productions with LGBTQIA+ storylines, or productions with prominent characters who identify under one of the acronyms.
In “Pete,” whether trans, non-binary, or simply Pete, we watch as a young kid and their mom pursue the joys of little league baseball.
In “You Can Live Forever,” faith conflicts with sexuality as a Jehovah’s Witness girl falls for another girl who is by no means questioning their sexuality.
Thin walls and hearing all that your sex worker neighbor does in a day – would that be a deal-breaker for you?
A couple tries to work through one half exploring their gender or considering transitioning.
What was supposed to be a fun sexual encounter with a little romance turns into an unwanted conversation about race.
Struggling with moving on after the end of a notable relationship, Gabriela works to make ends meet and deal with their ex moving on.
While the tone and vibe are a bit corny, it’s easy to get sucked in by the leads’ chemistry and their different perspectives as hunters.
9-1-1 is more of the same, as it delivers daring rescues and a slew of forgettable guest stars. However, more than ever, there is the vibe it wants you to see everyone get their moment in the sun with dedicated episodes.
Humans (The Warms) battle for survival against a vampire invasion that has pushed their people to the brink of extinction.