Motherland: Fort Salem IS the next big show that you should be watching. Not just during this quarantine either. You should be watching Motherland: Fort Salem because of it’s power, diversity, and inclusion when it comes to queer relationships. That’s why I’ve put together a spoiler free set of reasons
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
We’re staring down a season finale with more questions than answers, especially after this penultimate episode. What’s next for Jane and Ryan? Is Kat willing to risk her job for what’s right? Is Sutton actually going to move to San Francisco — especially with her dream job right in front of her?
One of the shows that we’re looking forward to the most is Motherland: Fort Salem. Motherland: Fort Salem, a one-hour drama from executive producers Will Ferrell, Adam McKay and Kevin Messick, for ten episodes. The series, created by Eliot Laurence (who also created Claws), is set in an alternate, present-day
The Bold Type always manages to deliver great hours of television. Its mix of humor, seriousness, and its focus on the beautiful friendship and individuality of its characters is something so wonderful. But what’s also so incredible about this show is how it’s able to address important topics in our world. Topics that aren’t necessarily talked about enough.