Where’s Guero, Teresa’s Sometime Lover On “Queen of the South”?

Teresa has a type. Tall, dark and devastatingly handsome! Guero, James, and one so briefly seen, we simply called him the Waiter. These men could be triplets separated at birth. They all flock to danger and Teresa. Only one of them has been described as, "her weakness, her drug of choice... a Chicano from Texas." … Continue reading Where’s Guero, Teresa’s Sometime Lover On “Queen of the South”?

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The Best TV Shows No One Watched This Emmy Season

As the deadline for Emmy nominations closed on June 25th, I wondered not about what shows would be announced on July 12th, but the ones that won't ever be acknowledged. Oh course, I look forward to the love that will hopefully be heaped on Atlanta, America, Blackish, Counterpart, Dear White People, Game of Thrones, Killing Eve, Queen … Continue reading The Best TV Shows No One Watched This Emmy Season

Military Series are En Vogue During Trump’s Presidency

As our favorite intelligence/espionage shows come to an end (Berlin Station, Strike Back, Homeland, Quantico...), there is a curious rise in military shows. Military series are en vogue! Trump's divisive campaign and Presidency has created a fear matrix. To quell or indeed feed this, television networks (executives, creators and writers) have brought us no fewer … Continue reading Military Series are En Vogue During Trump’s Presidency

Queen of The South’s Disappointing Season Finale!

Endings are significant. More so when memorable. They form scatter plots of our lives. We all have them with varied data points: graduations, trips, relationships, jobs, television shows... Who can forget the unexpected endings of The Wire, Sopranos and Lost. Good or bad, endings, even en media res, must satisfyingly bring some story points to conclusion. … Continue reading Queen of The South’s Disappointing Season Finale!

The Disappearing Dark(black)ness Syndrome Persists

From racism to colorism and nepotism, people of color (POC) have long been shut-out, sidelined and minimized in Hollywood, the entertainment business. The current prominence of black creators and performers is reminiscent of the nineties when The Cosby Show, A Different World and Living Single ruled the airways, remember Girlfriends did not air until 2000. … Continue reading The Disappearing Dark(black)ness Syndrome Persists