Tag Archives: The Good Place

Bi Winning at the Emmys

This year’s Emmy Awards have a rash of bi-related winners. Grabbing most of the headlines was Fleabag, whose central and nameless character fulfils all our worst stereotypes of bisexuality (lying, cheating, deceiving, solely interested in her own short-term benefit) and is alas revealed as bisexual in both season one and season two.  Congratulations to all concerned as the show took […]

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How will bis do in the Emmys?

This weekend’s Emmy Awards – an annual American gala celebrating the best in television – may just work out well for bi representation. Variously shortlisted are The Good Place (pictured, and about to return to UK TV for its fourth and final season) with its casually-bisexual lead character Eleanor (Kristin Bell), Fleabag with its lead bi character played by writer/star […]

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A Last Visit to The Good Place

Netflix show The Good Place returns next week. We’re so excited! The afterlife comedy has become a BiMediaWatch favourite over the past three years with its plot twists and thoughtful nature: a programme that may be about the dead but is more about philosophical views of being alive than it is about what comes after death. The first episode of […]

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Good Place: season three preview

Exciting news for viewers of Netflix show (and source of bisexual delight) The Good Place with season three coming to TV soon. In this preview the show has released on YouTube, Michael starts a new timeline when he visits Earth to save the lives of Eleanor, Chidi, Tahani and Jason. Enjoy this sneak peek of The Good Place Season 3. […]

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BiMediaWatch Feb 2018: Dirk Gently, The Good Place & more

Last time BiMediaWatch was full of TV soap suds, so let’s start this month with bis in the (printed) press. Over in the Indian Express, Ranveer Singh talked about pushing boundaries in his recent role in the Bollywood film Padmaavat. Asked how he felt about showing the bisexual relationship between Sultan Alauddin Khilji and Malik Kafur (Jim Sarbh), he told […]

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