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March continues on, and Women's History Month is almost over. The team at SYFY FANGRRLS have been working hard to keep bringing you new episodes of Forgotten Women of Genre (download now on iTunes!), and there's still so much amazing stuff to come, so whatever you're up to this weekend (we're all gearing to to have the living daylights scared out of us by Jordan Peele's Us), stay tuned! For now, here are the top ten most read posts on SYFY FANGRRLS from the past seven days.
AMC's Into the Badlands is gearing up for its series finale this May, so our own SE Fleenor decided to check out the show before it ends.
Who would have thought that Hiccup growing a beard would turn him into some sexy combination of Jake Gyllenhaal and John Krasinski? We're all for it.
The much beloved Monica Rambeau finally made her Marvel debut as a kid in Captain Marvel, so Hanna Flint argues in favor for her appearing in Black Panther 2, as long as she isn't reduced to a mere romantic subplot.
Walk walk, fashion baby, Brienne and Sansa know how to work a technicolor sartorial fantasy.
Jessica Toomer explains how The Magicians continues to be one of the smartest shows on TV when it comes to topics of sex, consent and relationships.
Quentin and Alice or Quentin and Eliot? Wherever your Magicians shipper loyalties lie, the series offers fascinating insights into love, commitment and overcoming the toxic.
After a long hiatus, Into the Badlands returns and we've got an exclusive clip for Sunday night's midseason premiere.
Every week, our own Swapna Krishna recaps Star Trek: Discovery, and this week, she delves into the shocking reveal of the identity of The Red Angel.
Sex scenes in video games can yield ahem... mixed results, but our own Brittany Vincent has put together five of the most passionate examples for your own... research purposes.
All hail Morticia Addams, forever our witchy queen, hater of pastels, one half of the sexiest couple in pop culture, and a goth icon for the ages.