5 Reasons A League of Their Own Should Have #MoreThanFour

In August 2022, Abbi Jacobson and Will Graham’s reimagining of the 1992 classic A League of Their Own of the same name hit our TV screens.

Amazon’s 2022 eight-episode TV series turned out to be unapologetically, wonderfully gay.

1. There’s Thoughtful, Diverse Representation.

The show’s varied depictions of what it means to be queer gives something for everyone in our diverse community.

There’s consistent writing, detailed production design, thoughtful costuming, great editing, fantastic cinematography, and powerful performances.

2. It’s an Award-Winning Home Run of a Production.

It’s not every day you get a cast like this on a major TV production.

3. The On-Screen and Real-Life Players Deserve More.

A League of Their Own enjoys a sizeable audience and a 94% completion rate — outperforming shows that have already been renewed.

4. The Money Is There.

The show explores queerness and Otherness. And it’s created by a largely queer cast. But it doesn’t mean that straight, cis people can’t enjoy it and feel something.

5. It’s for Everybody.

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