We became obsessed with Chloe x Halle after watching them on grown-ish. It’s an amazing show that confronts issues, explores friendships and relationships, and isn’t afraid to shy away from the hard subjects. Chloe x Halle star on the show, but the two are also an amazing duo, whose new
Social distancing is hard, we get it. And it’s especially hard with kids. That’s why Freeform is bringing a socially distant adventure to our TV screens this weekend, with “Freeform’s FunDay Princess Weekend,” a two-day programming event featuring beloved princess classics, from Frozen to The Princess Diaries to Pocahontas. If
Motherland: Fort Salem’s series premiere was a powerhouse episode that further cements the fact that Freeform is bringing it’s A-game when it comes to fresh, relevant, meaningful, and diverse storytelling. “Say the Words” was but the first step in a show that prides itself in the number of women stories
Being a young woman in 2020 is hard enough, throw in being a witch and you’ve got a recipe for dynamic and fascinating storytelling that leaves viewers wanting for more. That’s what Freeform’s Motherland: Fort Salem is all about, young witches that are changing the future, one step or spell
In an effort to build a space for queer people like myself, every Tuesday I’ll be posting opinion pieces, listicals, reviews, and more focused on the LGBT community (and occasionally about the Latinx/WOC community since I am Latinx.) Welcome to Queerly Not Straight! Enjoy and leave a comment below if
I was beyond excited to watch this weeks Grown-ish titled “Damn,” because like Zoey, I needed answers about how/why Nomi came to be pregnant. The Cal-U crew was divided on their explanations and sympathies, towards Nomi, with Skyy, Chloe and Anna being the most understanding of Nomi’s current situation. My
When I think of Thanksgiving, I think of food and football, not cheesy romantic/family movies. And yet, after watching Freeform’s Turkey Drop, strangely enough the first fully Thanksgiving movie I’ve ever watched, I’m ready to admit that perhaps, my narrow view of the holiday needs a little bit of updating.