On My Block
Some On My Block fan faves are back at it again.
Don't forget to order some takeout for your next TV marathon!
Say it with me: Bonnie deserved better!
They're unconventional moms, but so adorable!
Discover who you are!
Jamal carried this show, and you can't tell me any different!
This American Vs. British TV Poll Is Sure To Start Another Revolutionary War, And I Hope You're Ready
Let's see who really has better TV.
I'mma let you finish, but Superstore has the best Halloween episodes of all time.
"She made me realize that it is OK to be gay and Latina all at once."
If You Can Pass This Week's Pop Culture Quiz, I'll Allow You To Reboot Or Spinoff The Television Series Of Your Choosing
This week in pop culture news: spinoffs on spinoffs on spinoffs.
The Resident said a heartbreaking goodbye to Emily VanCamp's Nic.
Don't cry because it's over...
The "On My Block" Cast Shared Some Behind-The-Scenes Stories About Each Other, And They're Too Good To Keep To Ourselves
Let's see how well the cast knows each other!
Counting down the days to You Season 3.
Bonus points if you've rewatched the seasons too!
From Sex Education Season 3 to Dexter: New Blood and everything in between.
I firmly stand by all of this.
These 11 Wholesome Male TV Characters Are Actually The Best And I Will Not Be Accepting Anything Otherwise
Spencer Shay has always understood the assignment.
It's an exact science.
The show starts streaming on March 29.
It also looks like Olivia, played by Ronni Hawk, might be dead.
Ronni Hawk tweeted support for Trump and against gun control. Fans wanted her character written out of On My Block, a show about low-income people of color living in a neighborhood plagued by gun violence.
An “On My Block” Actor Appears To Have Tweeted Support Of Trump. Fans Want Her Character Killed Off Or Recast.
Netflix confirmed the show is officially getting a second season, but it's not yet confirmed if actor Ronni Hawk will be a part of it. (Light spoilers ahead.)
“I hope young people of our ethnicity can feel comfortable that there are people on TV representing them,” Brett Gray told BuzzFeed News. (Warning: spoilers!)