Things We Saw Today: Cameron Esposito and Roxane Gay Both Want to Join The L Word Sequel
— Cameron Esposito (@cameronesposito) July 11, 2017
— roxane gay (@rgay) July 11, 2017
You might’ve heard that popular lesbian drama The L Word is preparing for a comeback on Showtime, with many of the original actors possibly returning. But did you see that comedian Cameron Esposito and Bad Feminist writer Roxane Gay have both expressed their interests in this project and do it Showtime, don’t you dare throw this opportunity aside.
- In could-not-be-more-perfect casting news, John Oliver will voice Zazu in Jon Favreau’s The Lion King. The Last Week Tonight has some great voice-work in his resume, from Rick and Morty to Bob’s Burgers, so we can’t wait. (via /Film)
- Speaking of Bob’s Burgers, the show along with other Fox titles like Futurama are going to stream exclusively on Hulu. For those upset these animated delights are no longer on Netflix, it might be time to get a subscription if you don’t have one already. (via Polygon)
Wow, these people have even removed my NAME from my novel’s cover in the tweet. Woooooooow, mschew. 😒. They don’t even know details. https://t.co/HacaZKMRQi
— Nnedi Okorafor, PhD (@Nnedi) July 11, 2017
General advice: if you’re going to write about HBO’s adaptation of Nnedi Okorafor’s Who Fears Death, don’t do it like this.
- In upsetting, but unsurprising news, Buzzfeed verified “27 more incidents of white students using Trump’s words and slogans to bully classmates, bringing the total to 81.” This is what happens when you have someone in power who spouts hateful and dangerous words under the guise of “telling it as it is.”
— Tourank Travel APP (@TourankApp) July 11, 2017
Japan’s McDonalds will be selling these adorable Pikachu-themed McFlurrys and brb, buying a ticket to Japan to gorge myself on Pikachu treats. (via Nerdist)
It’s hard to see a lot of things when the whole country is still flabbergasted by Donald Trump Jr.’s emails, but what did you see today?
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