The stars of Dear White PeopleQueer Eye, and GLOW make plans to cross over with each other's shows

With a estimated content budget of $8 billion in 2018, Netflix is aiming to house a dizzying number (700!) of original series on its streaming platform by the end of the year. But even with all that content, the only crossover they’ve managed to pull of is Marvel’s The Defenders. So, we asked the stars of four of…

The stars of GLOW and Dear White People want you to "chill" to their Netflix shows

Summer is finally winding down, we’re on the cusp of hoodie-wearing season, which means people around the country will start to stay indoors to snuggle up with a partner and binge whatever Netflix show is dominating the zeitgeist. Or maybe they’ll use watching Netflix as a not-so-veiled innuendo for getting into other…

Head Over Heels talks GLOW’s “Welfare Queen,” racism in wrestling

A Woman’s Smile could spawn a Literally Unbelievable Tumblr just as easily as The Onion did. It’s billed as a podcast where co-hosts Patti Harrison and Lorelei Ramirez “talk about, well, everything! But especially the gentle and kind nature of a woman’s smile,” a summary that exemplifies the tone—but it could be taken…

With "The Good Twin," GLOW chooses to wrestle (and sing) like nobody's watching

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Much like “Nothing Shattered” was a necessary GLOW episode for Ruth’s character and the entire G.L.O.W. family, “The Good Twin” is also a necessary episode—just for the simple fact that it lets us finally know what a full episode of this world’s G.L.O.W. looks like. And god, it looks every bit as amazing as one could…

In “Nothing Shattered,” GLOW deals with the real repercussions of “that fake stuff on TV”

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Picking up where “Work The Leg” left off, “Nothing Shattered” quickly captures that feeling of not knowing what to do—as a worker, as part of the crew, as an audience member—when an actual injury happens. There’s the question of it’s real at first, and while professional wrestling has its own lingo for that; referees…

The best TV scenes of 2017

Television provides so many units in which to appreciate the medium’s annual output. A series can leap to the forefront on the strengths of a single great season; if it’s running as part of the traditional broadcast calendar, those accolades might have two halves of separate seasons. Try as streaming services and…

Big Little Lies and Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri lead 2018 SAG Awards nominees

The 2018 Screen Actors Guild Awards nominations are out, and the frontrunners will be familiar to anyone who’s watched premium cable, independent films, or just looked over the Golden Globes nominees this year. Big Little Lies and Three Billboards In Ebbing, Missouri lead their respective packs, with the HBO drama…

“Skip intro”: Netflix could’ve saved TV title sequences, but now it’s killing them

GLOW opens with a dynamic and evocative introduction to the world of women’s wrestling. Set to Scandal’s “The Warrior,” the title sequence uses rotoscoped, neon imagery to visualize the distinctly feminized spectacle that the Netflix series both captures and subverts over the course of its first season. I was already…

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