Quantum Leap, The Boys, Gen V, Bridgerton, Grey’s Anatomy, and so many others are missing the depth and character Latinos bring.
These five inspiring Latinas were breaking barriers on 80s TV, showing we can do it all – shoulder pads, big hair, and big roles.
Station 19’s finally letting Andy free in all her Latina glory and I’m rooting for her to chart her own course, parents and lovers be damned.
With everything going on, it can seem pretty silly to care about TV. But here I am, daydreaming about my shows and wondering how the Rona will affect them.
In 2020, let’s consume a TV diet that’s 90% women-led (or more!)and keep pushing the representation ratio in the right direction.
“I hated maternity leave, too and I am an excellent mother,” says Miranda Bailey in the premiere of Grey’s Anatomy’s 16th season. Would I ever get there?
It’s Hispanic Heritage Month and we’ve got you covered with Latinx shows that’ll make you want to fall in love, run for office, and dance it out.
Our relationships are supposed to make us stronger: “you challenge me to be better,” “I learn so much from you,” “you’re my best friend.” They’re all clichés you hear at weddings and see on anniversary cards. Yet, as a recent New York Times article reminded us, relationships don’t always turn out to be fountains of support and […]
It’s official. Grey’s Anatomy is now the longest running medical drama in TV history. With its 332nd episode, it surpassed the previous record holder, ER. I have watched every single episode, and some many times. I unabashadley love Grey’s Anatomy and no snark, hot take, or hip millennial opinion will get me to stop. The […]
Some 75% percent of our media comes from the white, male perspective and it all feels the same to me: tired. Men have been speaking for so long, it’s like they’ve run out of things to say (not that the prospect of repeating themselves is getting them to shut up). Luckily, there’s a lot of […]