The Bi Line: Lip Service from @kleffnotes

Sometimes suggested watching on streaming services can be helpful, especially when they lead you to a series that you’ve never heard of before. Lip Service is a British television drama set in Glasgow, Scotland which was literally described by Hulu as like The L Word. When I first started the show I was struck with a tremendous amount of deja vu, not because of the plot, but because of the styling of the main character, Frankie. Continue reading “The Bi Line: Lip Service from @kleffnotes”

Stranger Things Suspicious Minds @audible_com Book Review from @kleffnotes

Eleven was desperately trying to find and connect with her mother in the most recent season of Stranger Things. Even when she found her she could only learn so much from her mother and her aunt about what had led to both mother and daughter becoming part of a strange government experiment. Stranger Things Suspicious Minds dives back in time to 1969 to share with fans of the series just what happened with Terry Ives during her time with Dr. Martin Brenner in Hawkins, Indiana. Continue reading “Stranger Things Suspicious Minds @audible_com Book Review from @kleffnotes”

Interview with Tennille Read ( @tennilleread )from @kleffnotes

I had the chance to chat with actor Tennille Read about her broad portfolio of work that stems both stage and screen. She has appeared in some fan favorites, Schitt’s Creek and Shadowhunters, and Canadian readers will definitely recognize her from even more. We discussed her television, film, and theater work, which includes a very interesting production of Dorian Gray. Continue reading “Interview with Tennille Read ( @tennilleread )from @kleffnotes”

America In Transition @REVRYTV Series Review from @kleffnotes

In honor of Trans Day of Visibility, the online service Revry, released the four episode series America In Transition. With each episode focusing on a different person of color and their journey being trans in America they are able to showcase a variety of identities and experiences. This is a remarkably thought provoking and emotional work that should be required watching for everyone. Continue reading “America In Transition @REVRYTV Series Review from @kleffnotes”

Interview with Samantha Wan ( @TheSamanthaWan ) from @kleffnotes

I had the opportunity to ask actor, creator, and trained fight combatant Samantha Wan some questions about her diverse work portfolio. Wan is currently in the series she helped create, Second Jen, and for KindaTV fans, she was part of the series Sudden Master. Thank you to Samantha Wan for letting me chat with her. Continue reading “Interview with Samantha Wan ( @TheSamanthaWan ) from @kleffnotes”

Interview with Veronika Slowikowska from @kleffnotes

I had the opportunity to chat with Veronika Slowikowska about her upcoming part in the new FX series, What We Do In The Shadows. As a fan of the original film, I have been excitedly waiting for the release of the series and loved that I could get some insight into some of the things to come when the show releases on March 27th. Continue reading “Interview with Veronika Slowikowska from @kleffnotes”

The Bi Line: Nikki & Nora @ClexaCon Feature from @kleffnotes

Every year ClexaCon hosts a Film Festival full of diverse LGBTQ+ content and I thought that for my two March Bi-Line articles I would feature some content from one specific company. Tello Films has been a partner and sponsor of ClexaCon since the beginning and this year they are bringing even more content to the convention. This week I wanted to highlight Nikki & Nora, a series that was resurrected by Tello after the original pilot was not picked up by a major network. While this series will not be showing at ClexaCon, the leads will be there. Continue reading “The Bi Line: Nikki & Nora @ClexaCon Feature from @kleffnotes”

Krypton Season One Release ( @syfy @KryptonSYFY )from @kleffnotes

On Tuesday, March 5th, you can take a journey not only to another planet, but to another time with the first season of Krypton. This television show from Syfy, Warner Brothers, and Home Entertainment is coming out in plenty of time to let you get caught up before the second season. When Adam Strange suddenly appears on the alien planet insisting that Seg-El, the grandfather of Superman, must help him save his future grandson. This reveal from the future is not the only life or death decision Seg will have to face over the course of this ten episode season. Continue reading “Krypton Season One Release ( @syfy @KryptonSYFY )from @kleffnotes”

The Bi Line: Sex Education and You from @kleffnotes

The title of this article totally sounds like a self help book or some sort of sexual memoir. It really isn’t, it’s actually all about Netflix television shows because I was pleasantly surprised by queer storylines recently while doing some binging. Now I’m not saying all of this plots were very big or picture perfect, but I still found myself enjoying them. Continue reading “The Bi Line: Sex Education and You from @kleffnotes”