The Last of Us isn’t the kind of show one would expect to shatter stereotypes and yet through it, Pedro Pascal is redefining masculinity.
As the titular character on ABC’s “Will Trent,” Ramón Rodríguez doesn’t just carry the show – he makes it soar.
Out of all that makes “Andor” special, its portrayal of Latinidad might just be the most important thing for our communities.
The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power is fantasy on a scale never truly seen before on TV. Comparisons to HBO’s Game of Thrones, or Netflix’s Stranger Things are superfluous and unnecessary, because if we’re being honest, The Lord of the Things: The Rings of Power isn’t even operating on the same level. […]
Selena Gomez’s Mabel is conditioned to respond to trauma by pretending it isn’t there – and Only Murders in the Building reflects that tendency.
‘Stranger Things’ could have been life-changing entertainment but with its lack of diversity, it settled for just being great.
The issue with Now & Then isn’t that its characters are uninteresting, or the story seems very familiar – though at times, both are true.
‘The Lincoln Lawyer’ isn’t a show about how its the titular character, Mickey Haller, is Mexican American. And that’s a good thing.
‘The Falcon and the Winter Soldier’ glamorizes the military in a bit of propaganda made more offensive by the Latino mouthpiece they chose.