Manuel Betancourt

  1. chat room
    We Are Who We Are Made Dev Hynes Think Differently About ‘Time Will Tell’“Wow, this is the first time in my entire life that one of my songs is in my head in a way that isn’t, like, when I’m working on it.”
  2. overnights
    We Are Who We Are Finale Recap: The Love We MakeA glorious season of television comes to a glorious close.
  3. overnights
    We Are Who We Are Recap: There Is NothingA gut punch of an episode examines how grief can both break us and make us look at ourselves anew.
  4. overnights
    We Are Who We Are Recap: Time Will TellA heartfelt episode delivers a delirious musical interlude and a gut-punch of an ending.
  5. overnights
    We Are Who We Are Recap: You Asked for Something Old-FashionedCaitlin is who she is, but she needs others to see her the way she sees herself.
  6. overnights
    We Are Who We Are Recap: Soldier of LoveAn episode structured around an impromptu wedding and a night of debauchery manages to be distinctly melancholy.
  7. behind the seams
    The Boys Is a Microcosm of Modern Supersuit DesignThe series’ supersuit designer explains how the Seven’s looks both reflect and satirize the evolution of superhero costuming in the 21st century.
  8. overnights
    We Are Who We Are Recap: Looking for Stuff That Means SomethingA tug-of-war episode yanks us between Sam’s and Caitlin’s competing POVs in order to stress the disconnect between them.
  9. overnights
    We Are Who We Are Recap: When I’m With You, I Feel So UnrealWe circle back to last week’s episode, this time alongside Caitlin, who is clearly ready for a change both within and outside herself.
  10. overnights
    We Are Who We Are Premiere Recap: I Am He That Aches With LoveA plot-light, mood-heavy premiere acquaints us with Fraser’s new home and his way of seeing the world.
  11. behind the music
    How Drag Race’s Resident Composer Is Bringing a Queer Sensibility to TV MusicLeland, one of the most prolific out gay musicians working right now, breaks down his standout tracks for Drag Race, The Other Two, and Love, Victor.
  12. close reads
    Search Party’s Elliott Is the Limit Case of the ‘Gay BFF’John Early’s “gay, energetic, self-diagnosed narcissist” is a satirical figure as funny as he is terrifying.
  13. reading the rainbow
    The Queer Subtext of X-Men Shines Bright at Flame Con“God bless ambiguity.”