Within 7 Subconsciously Meaningful Questions, I Can Tell If Your More Suited For "Heartstopper" Or "Young Royals"
Honestly, there's no losing here!
Fans Are Sharing The Onscreen Costars Who Had The Best Romantic (Or Platonic) Chemistry On TV In 2023
I think we can all agree we remember where we were when we heard the "heavens and the Earth" speech from Charlotte to George in Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story.
25 TV Shows That Were So Amazing, Brilliant, And Even Heartbreaking, It's What Made Them The Best Of 2023
There was a lot of great TV in 2023, including The Last of Us, the final season of Succession, a Bridgerton spinoff series, a heartbreaking second season of Loki, and so much more.
“You kind of are a gay nerd.” -Nick
I know we all think we're Charlie and Henry, but some of us are actually Tori and Amy in disguise.
Say what you want about the final season of New Girl, but the actors who shared the role of Ruth look exactly like Schmidt and Cece's kid.
Tori is... a Gryffindor!
Joe Locke From "Heartstopper" Said How He's Grown Accustomed to Certain Unacceptable Fan Behaviors, And It's Heartbreaking
"There's an idea that it's part of the job to lose your privacy, that you lose your right to having privacy."
There are so many great TV shows coming this month, like Season 3 of Only Murders in the Building, Season 2 of Heartstopper, and the newest Star Wars series Ahsoka.
"Can we keep up Tao offering nick a type of cooked potato in the next few seasons."
Get ready to be in your feels again.
As we eagerly await the second season of the standout Netflix series Heartstopper on August 3, we all need something to put on at night or while we eat dinner. Whether it's high school teen romance or nuanced takes of queerness, there are a ton of shows that might just fill the void in your heart and hold you over until season two.
We're going to Paris, babyyy!
27 Hilarious, Heartbreaking And Simply Brilliant TV Scenes That Are Considered To Be The Best Of All Time
Patrick and David's wedding vows to each other will always make me ugly-cry.
There are a lot of new and returning shows to check out this summer, including Outlander Season 7, a new series starring Tom Holland, Marvel's Secret Invasion, Black Mirror finally returns for Season 6, and much more.
“You kind of are a gay nerd.” – Nick
I am always re-watching and re-reading Heartstopper.
Not every book was made for the big screen, and not every filmmaker can capture the essence of a good book.
Playing with your golden retriever = Nick Nelson.
Sebastian Croft Apologized To Fans "Hurt" By His Involvement In The New "Harry Potter" Video Game, "Hogwarts Legacy"
"I know far more now than I did three years ago, and hope to learn far more in the next three."
Don't end 2022 without checking out some of the year's best LGBTQ+ television.
"Watching him get ripped apart was one of the most satisfying moments of the year."
Olivia Colman Had The Perfect Response To Those Who "Bullied" "Heartstopper" Star Kit Connor To Come Out As Bisexual
Olivia defended her costar after the online fracas that took place last month, and her words were very wise indeed.
The Girl From Plainville was a verrrrry interesting watch.
From Heartstopper to Bridgerton and Everything Everywhere All At Once, there were so many important and groundbreaking examples of representation this year.
Instead of rewatching TVD yet again, try one of these teen dramas and supernatural shows.
It's Rare But It Happens — Here Are 25 Movie Sequels That Are Considered Better Than The Originals, But I Want To Know If You Agree
Just the scene alone of the Fairy Godmother singing "Holding Out for a Hero" in Shrek 2 is better than everything in the other three Shrek films...combined.
We all hated Che in And Just Like That..., had many OMG moments while watching Euphoria, went back to Tatooine in both The Book of Boba Fett and Obi-Wan Kenobi, got introduced to two new Marvel superheroes, caught up with the Bridgerton family, and thought about what our Vecna song would be thanks to Stranger Things 4. And all of that happened in 2022, and we aren't even done with the year.
The Netflix dramedy realistically portrays the ups and downs of queer teenage romance.
"I wish someone in high school had talked to me about asexuality the way Jean did to Florence in Sex Education."