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Orange Is Back In

Orange Is The New Black is back for another season – and it’s landing on Netflix on Friday just in time to take our minds off the election results, whatever they might be. The comedic drama set in a women’s prison from creator and executive producer Jenji Kohan stars a diverse and award-winning ensemble of women including Taylor Schilling, Uzo […]

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No more Sense8ional TV

Netflix have dropped Sense8 – a show that has been hugely popular with bi viewers with its representation of bi and LGBT characters. In a statement about the programme, Cindy Holland, Vice President of Netflix in charge of original content (shows the company makes rather than buying from other sources) commented, “After 23 episodes, 16 cities and 13 countries, the […]

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Can Frank outdo Trump?

Netflix’s fifth season of House of Cards drops onto the streaming television service this Tuesday. The drama set in and around the White House focused on a Machiavellian politician and his equally power-hungry wife. Readers may remember a 1990s BBC TV series of the same name – this is an American remake with Frank Underwood replacing Francis Urquhart as a […]

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You Me Her gets second season

Television bisexual thruple drama You Me Her has been renewed for a second and third series. The show, about a mixed-gender married couple (him straight, her closetedly bi) getting together with a woman and working out how to make a three-person relationship work, is on Netflix in the UK and the first season went live on the streaming TV network […]

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Mint Choc Bi?

Bill Nye (as in 1990’s The Science Guy television show) is back with a new TV show over on Netflix. Episode nine looks at gender and sexuality with an excited sense of geekery, including a couple of bi-ish segments. The first is this short takedown animation about ‘conversion therapy’ which promises to turn LGBT people straight and cis, with a […]

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What’s in a label?

News of the new Doctor Who companion has the internet a-flutter, with Bill Potts, played by Pearl Mackie, dropping her sexuality into her second line of dialogue in when we meet her in two weeks’ time, the BBC reports. She will be, we are told, the Doctor’s “first openly gay companion”. The BBC report continues, “It shouldn’t be a big […]

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Buffy at 20

It’s 20 years since Buffy the Vampire Slayer hit our television screens. In its day a proudly feminist show with far more queer representation – and inspiring far more queer fanfic and slashfic than the people making it could ever have imagined. As, indeed, we reflected in BCN back in 2003. The show had one of TV’s most popular behaviourally […]

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