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Batwoman drops in on E4

Batwoman is about to arrive in the UK bringing fresh queer content for everyone under Coronavirus lockdown. Ruby Rose stars as Kate Kane / Batwoman, giving network telly its first openly gay female lead of a superhero show. It’s all set three years after Batman has mysteriously disappeared. Gotham is in despair, overrun by criminal gangs. If you liked all […]

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More Atypical

Streaming TV network Netflix has announced a fourth – and final – season of Atypical. The show is centred on a teenage boy on the autistic spectrum, but it’s of particular interest to BCN readers as a show with a long running side-plot about his sister’s bisexuality. While the fourth season is going to be made there isn’t an air […]

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Teen life: Not Okay With It

New Netflix show I Am Not Okay With This lands on the streaming video channel today. It’s about a teenage girl navigating life at school, while dealing with the complexities of her family, the challenges of working out sex and sexuality, and – unlike most of us – mysterious superpowers beginning to awaken within her. The series is based on […]

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Lucifer: Extra Time?

Streaming video channel Netflix might be bringing back Lucifer for an extra season. Gossip site TVLine reports that the network – which bought the show up when it was canned at the end of season three by previous broadcaster Fox – are pleased enough by the viewing figures that having produced seasons four and five, Netflix are trying to set […]

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The Bi-Furious Test

When we started the Scottish Bi+ Network, our first event was a film screening, and since then we’ve ended up doing a lot about bi+ representation in the media. Two of the questions we get asked a lot are: Why is representation so important? And what do we mean when we as a community ask for ‘good’ representation? There have […]

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