‘The Old Guard 2’ Sees Uma Thurman and Henry Golding Joining the Cast

The Old Guard 2 is adding two new members to their cast in the form of Uma Thurman and Henry Golding. Read more about the cast announcement.

EXCLUSIVE: ‘The Old Guard’s Greg Rucka Talks LGBTQ Stories, Joe & Nicky, and Pansexual Andy

In an effort to build a space for queer people like myself, every Tuesday I’ll be posting interviews, opinion pieces, listicals, reviews, and more focused on the LGBT community (and occasionally about the Latinx/WOC community since I am Latinx.) Welcome…

11 Thirst Tweets for ‘The Old Guard’s Charlize Theron

Let’s be honest with each other. Charlize Theron in The Old Guard might be the hottest thing we’ve seen in ages. Not only was her character a badass, she was smart, kind, and left you feeling things after the screen…

Queerly Not Straight: We Need to Talk About Joe and Nicky from ‘The Old Guard’

In an effort to build a space for queer people like myself, every Tuesday I’ll be posting interviews, opinion pieces, listicals, reviews, and more focused on the LGBT community (and occasionally about the Latinx/WOC community since I am Latinx.) Welcome…

5 Life Lessons We Learned from Netflix’s ‘The Old Guard’

The Old Guard is about finding your place, standing your ground, and realizing that this is your one life. You might as well make the most of it because once it’s your time there’s no more. That’s not to say…

Netflix Releases The Trailer for ‘The Old Guard’

Who doesn’t love a good action movie? We do.

Chicago P.D. 9×18 Review: “New Guard”

Chicago P.D. 9×18 “New Guard” looks to the future, and establishes the kind of leader Jay Halstead will be one day — hopefully soon.

‘The Endgame’ 1×05 Review: “Gold Rush”

NBC’s The Endgame is such a complex show. Every episode from beginning to end is filled with twists and turns and every little detail has to be considered. Each week Elena tells Val a story and every week we find…

‘Transplant’ 2×01 Review: “Guardrail”

Transplant 2×01 “Guardrail” forces everyone to teeter the edge. At the end of last season, Bishop had a stroke, Mags and Bash shared a moment, Theo was working through family issues, and June was thinking about Chief Resident. In the…

INTERVIEW: ‘Star Trek: Picard’ Showrunner Akiva Goldsman Talks Season 2

Fangirlish was fortunate enough to chat with Star Trek: Picard Showrunner, Akiva Goldsman! Check out our interview & get ready for Picard!

‘Outer Banks’ 2×01 Review: “The Gold”

John B should learn to listen to Sarah, but then again, if he did, we wouldn’t have all this drama and we’re living for that. Well that and John B and Sarah – we ship hard.

‘The Bold Type’ 5×05 Review: “Don’t Turn Away”

Don’t mind us, we’re just over here being emotional about #TheBoldType ending and loosing our weekly date with our BFF’s – Jane, Kat, and Sutton.

‘The Bold Type’ 5×03: “Rolling Into The Future”

We’ve got 3 more episodes of #TheBoldType left and we’re hoping that Jane, Sutton, and Kat continue to keep growing into who they are meant to be.

I’m Only Watching This Once: K-Drama “Guardian: The Lonely and Great God”

My excuses deprived me of the greatness that is #kdramas. If you’re looking to start on one – #Goblin is fucking amazing!

‘The Bold Type’ 4×01 Review: ‘Legends of the Fall Issue’

We truly are blessed to have a show like The Bold Type on our televisions. I was reminded as such with its season 4 premiere, which was a perfect blend of humor, seriousness, fun and preached the power of representation…

‘The 100’ 6×08 Review: “The Old Man and the Anomaly”

Immortality – the ultimate survivor’s move. But is the prize worth the cost? This week’s episode of The 100 tackled that very question when the fight for Clarke’s body came to a head. With Josephine and Murphy racing against time…

‘The Bold Type’ 3×02 Review: ‘Plus It Up’

It’s refreshing when a show can manage to be influential in tackling important issues but also enjoyable at the same time. Where its characters are compelling yet flawed and people can find a way to relate to them. These are…

PTSD on TV: Calling BS on the Broken Soldier Trope

In real life, traumatic events blow up our lives, twist them inside out, and light them on fire. Traumatic moments are so horrifying and destructive that our bodies will often erase our memory of it or disassociate and let us…

Let’s Make Some Old White People Angry: Vote

The truth of the matter is that the world has always been cruel, unkind to people of color, immigrants, those with disabilities, people in the LGBTQIA community, and women, and willing to crush anyone whose voice is not backed by…

‘Supergirl’ SDCC Interview: Mehcad Brooks Teases ‘Fallout’ from Guardian’s Unmasking in Season 4

Heroes come in all shapes, sizes, methodologies, and species. On Supergirl, we’re used to superheroes that have legitimate super abilities. But, as we’ve seen before on this show, and others like Arrow, The Flash, that super powers don’t make the…

Luke Cage 1×06 Review: Suckas Need Bodyguards

What Luke Cage does effectively is that it is very clear that the show does not function in a bubble, it has a very clear place amongst the other Netflix/Marvel shows and helps to build the world up. This is…