Photo: John P. Fleenor/NBC The Brooklyn Nine-Nine heist might’ve been a little late this year but we still got to bask in its glory in “Cinco de Mayo.” From Amy and Jake being the best goobers to Cheddar betraying his dads, let’s talk about our 8 favorite moments from theRead More →

Well, apparently, this isn’t truly the Bad Place, even if we’re still not close to forgiving NBC for cancelling Timeless. But then again, that’s like asking for the impossible. We’re always going to be a little upset about that. *insert side-eye* But this time, the peacock network has done somethingRead More →

Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s “The Crime Scene” saw Rosa opening up and making real progress in accepting her bisexual life, sharing it with others, and reconnecting with her mother. It’s the kind of progress we’ve been hoping for Rosa. And from one bisexual Latina to another, thank you Stephanie and everyone atRead More →

Being a queer woman of color, made the cancellation of Brooklyn Nine-Nine all those months ago, hurt even more than I expected. Rosa Diaz, this badass, out of the box, and real representation of what it was to be Latina, had just come out as bisexual. And before we couldRead More →

Brooklyn Nine-Nine is gearing up for an amazing premiere on their new home of NBC with these first look photos and a sneak peek video of what’s to come! Without giving too much away of this toit premiere, let’s point some things in these photos. Season 6 is going toRead More →

There’s a lot of good TV out there. No, really, a hell of a lot of good TV, trust me, someone who just had to spiral her way into somehow narrowing this list down. But narrow it I have, with what I consider to be the best TV has offeredRead More →