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'Voltron: Legendary Defender' is much more than a campy show about teenage space explorers and robot lions – it banishes stereotypes with gusto.

Since the 90s, there’s been a steady incline of supernatural teen shows exploring some heavy issues through the guise of supernatural metaphors.

Netflix comedy special 'Nanette' took the internet by storm. Here are some other shows performed by LGBTQI comedians and where you can watch them.

We want to see women taking charge of their sexual desires, enjoying each other and themselves. Sadly, we just aren’t seeing it on the small screen.

“Comedy” is appropriate to discuss Australian Hannah Gadsby’s live set 'Nanette' – more in reference to reviewers’ reactions than anything else.

The way a fan engages with TV shows has radically changed since the days when a live scheduled episode was the only way for an audience to see

Pam Grier is still kicking as much ass as ever – albeit in slightly different ways than she used to. If you need a hero, Grier is still

Showing she’s as fearless as her work, Alia Shawkat has become a powerhouse for LGBTQI representation, the #MeToo movement, and for female entertainers.

'Orange is the new Black' returns for its seventh season later this month, so we look back at the anticipation before the sixth season aired last year.