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Autistic people on TV are often white men. ‘The Outsider’ tells a different story.

In the HBO series, Cynthia Erivo plays Holly Gibney, a strange and gentle private investigator

BBC announced the next star of ‘Doctor Who.’ Is it a sign sci-fi is finally more diverse?

‘Science fiction is definitely not white men’

This ad does something ‘rare’ — it shows a woman proposing to a man

The Booking.com ad drummed up buzz after airing during the Grammys

The ‘Party of Five’ reboot revolves around the trauma of family separation. Is it empathetic, or exploitative?

Freeform’s fresh take on the ’90s hit drama follows five siblings figuring out life after their parents are deported

Netflix’s new ‘Goop Lab’ needs more normal people and less Gwyneth Paltrow

The show’s most moving and vulnerable moments feature everyday people

Her apartment burned down and she had less than $200 to her name. Then Annie Murphy got a role on ‘Schitt’s Creek.’

She plays former socialite Alexis Rose in the Canadian comedy series

The award show I’d actually watch would be 1,000 times better than the Oscars. Baby Yoda would be in the front row.

No Bad Men would win awards, and whenever one was so much as alluded to, Tom Hanks would be there to soften the blow

These movies and shows from the early 2000s make us nostalgic. But they haven’t aged well.

Here are 7 we find problematic, but love anyway

Lily Lines: The TV channel that pulled a same-sex ad

Plus, The Lily’s documentary is now streaming online

Is ‘The L Word’ reboot worth watching? Yes, and the new Generation Q characters are why.

‘The L Word: Generation Q’ premieres on Showtime on Dec. 8