“You Were My First Boyfriend” left me pondering my own adolescence. Watching it, I oscillated between being tickled, disturbed, and challenged.
If you want a show that delicately balances trauma, social justice, allyship, alternative families, and comedy, then watch “Doom Patrol.”
Che Diaz, the first Latinx main character in the SATC franchise, is a queer cliché and that’s not the type of representation we need.
“Sex in the City” is a phenomenon the shaped the lives of women my age, but I couldn’t help but wonder: what does it have to teach us now?
“Marcella Arguello: Bitch, Grow Up!” is fun without dismissing the struggles of this world, and intelligent without feeling unapproachable.
Zión Moreno’s Luna La made the recently-canceled version of “Gossip Girl” my favorite – so let’s enjoy the two seasons we got of her!
You should watch “The Gordita Chronicles” NOW and not just because it’s going to need a lot of love to make it to season two!
Tessa Thompson is an immovable force in this season of the trippy time jumpy ‘Westworld’ as Charlotte Hale, the baddest baddie of them all.
When I was little, all I could look forward to in terms of rom-coms or family comedies were movies like How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days or The Parent Trap. All classics for their time, but now I’m grateful for films with BIPOC creatives at the fore. Father of the Bride is one […]
Following a super mezclado family, ‘The Garcias’ features a beautiful blend of interests, cultures, businesses, and ages.