I used to be very forgiving when it came to storytelling, no matter how many stereotypical inaccuracies a piece had. But now I’m just exhausted.
We have no idea what’s going to happen. We don’t know who’s going to win the election, when we’ll know the results, or how Trump and his cronies will respond to any of it. We do know that sitting in front of the TV, watching mostly white male pundits flap their jaws in the face of all […]
I’d love to talk about the ways Melissa Barrera’s Lyn and Annie Murphy’s Alexis are similar all day. But there’s a problem.
Whiteness and privilege. Two words not just taught in Systemic Injustice 101, but the unlikely description behind one of television’s best shows, Schitt’s Creek. You know the premise – a wealthy white family, the Roses, lose all their money forcing them to move to a small, backwater town, Schitt’s Creek. In a time where we […]
Our criteria? How much we liked it (duh), its overall quality (based on our scientific quality meter), and how smart it was when it came to matters of gender, race, sexuality, etc.