It seems that since the beginning of television’s history, shows have come out with “Halloween specials” and already scary shows elevate their ‘scare factor’ and become even scarier. The definition of what is “scary” changes all the time. Let’s take a look at the history of horror on TV.
October TV Schedule
Find out when to watch new episodes of Succession, You, Saturday Night Live, and more!
And the award goes to… Riverdale? Examining Why Teen TV Shows Aren’t Nominated for Emmys
Teenagers aren’t taken seriously, but it’s about time the shows we watch are. Here’s TV Wasteland’s nominees for the Teen Emmys.
Op-Ed: Character or Caricature?
Queer representation in the media is not hard to achieve when created and curated by queer people. Queer characters will always be more accurate to our community when created by LGBTQ+ writers. We need queer representation in the writer’s room so we don’t see caricatures of queer people on our screens.
June TV Schedule
Loki, Love Victor, and a host of exciting new series are hitting your screens this June!
Authentically Asian: A Collection of Stories and Experiences by Asian Youth
Everyone has a story itching to be told. In light of the recent rise of anti-Asian hate crimes, this article aims to be a collection of authentically told Asian stories. By sharing our experiences, we hope to showcase the diversity in the Asian community and enable accurate and holistic representation. Enjoy a few stories from members of the Dear Asian Youth and TV Wasteland community.
2021 Oscar Winners
On Sunday, the 93rd Academy Awards were presented. Here is the full list of nominees and winners.
April TV Schedule
All of the new titles for April 2021, from Netflix's 'Concrete Cowboy' to the 93rd Academy Awards.
Can Hashtags Wipe Away the Oscars’ Narrow Minded History?
In honor of Women's History Month, TV Wasteland partnered with a staff writer (Caitlyn Mason) from She Persists, an organization dedicated to sharing the feminist perspective on various topics. Check out Mason's op-ed below on her opinion on the Oscars' lack of diversity in their winners.
March TV Schedule
This month brings the highly anticipated premiere of 'The Falcon and the Winter Soldier', plus the launch of Paramount+ bringing all new SpongeBob content and the return of 'The Real World'.