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RuPaul to Host UK's Celebrity Lingo' This Fall

RuPaul to Host UK's Celebrity Lingo' This Fall

By Emell Adolphus | May 4, 2022

The celebrity edition of the popular weekday quiz show "Lingo" is bound to have some special drag appearances with RuPaul at the helm.

'Heartstopper' Actors Face Online Hate; Twitter Rallies

'Heartstopper' Actors Face Online Hate; Twitter Rallies

By Kilian Melloy | May 4, 2022

The lead actors in the Netflix romantic dramedy "Heartstopper" make for a sweet same-sex couple — but that's just TV. Online trolls, however, don't seem to know the difference.

Legacies, Loss and Losers: The Lavender Tube on Vampires, Cute Teens, and the Antigay AFA

Legacies, Loss and Losers: The Lavender Tube on Vampires, Cute Teens, and the Antigay AFA

By Victoria A. Brownworth | May 3, 2022

Catch up with a gay romance on "Legacies," the end of "Batwoman," and rightwing hissy fits over queer-inclusive commercials.

Looking for Awesome Queer TV to Stream?

Looking for Awesome Queer TV to Stream?

By Frank J. Avella | May 3, 2022

If a viewing binge is in your future, you will need some binge-worthy night-time goodies to dive into. Thankfully, a handful of streaming services are providing some queer-empowering, gay-centric stories with LGBTQ people.

Actors Discuss Making a 'Queer' Connection on 'Legacies'

Actors Discuss Making a 'Queer' Connection on 'Legacies'

May 2, 2022

The writers of "Legacies," "The Vampire Diaries" spin-off, knew they wanted queer representation, but waited for the right character to come along. They found it with out actor Zane Phillips joining Ben Levin as a gay demigod.

Watch: Deleted Scene Shows 'Survivor' Cast Member Romeo Coming Out to His Supportive Tribe

Watch: Deleted Scene Shows 'Survivor' Cast Member Romeo Coming Out to His Supportive Tribe

By Kilian Melloy | May 1, 2022

A deleted scene from "Survivor 42" shows cast member Romeo coming clean about his authentic self and talking about how being among the show's "macho men" made him closet himself.

PBS' 'Ridley Road' Holds Lessons to America from '60S London

PBS' 'Ridley Road' Holds Lessons to America from '60S London

By Mark Kennedy | Apr 29, 2022

It took eight long years for Sarah Solemani to get a murky part of Britain's post-World War II history from the pages of a book to our TV screens.

Watch: Jerrod Carmichael Says He Uses Taylor Swift to Get Dates

Watch: Jerrod Carmichael Says He Uses Taylor Swift to Get Dates

By Emell Adolphus | Apr 29, 2022

In an interview with Howard Stern, Carmichael talked openly about coming out, dating and taking advantage of his fame.

Watch: Daily Show's Jordan Klepper Unveils the Kids' Book Anti-LGBTQ+ Censors Missed

Watch: Daily Show's Jordan Klepper Unveils the Kids' Book Anti-LGBTQ+ Censors Missed

By Kilian Melloy | Apr 29, 2022

The Daily Show's Jordan Klepper put his finger on the pulse of the times with an explosive expose about the book conservatives didn't ban.

Could there be a Sequel for 'It's a Sin?'

Could there be a Sequel for 'It's a Sin?'

By Kilian Melloy | Apr 29, 2022

"It's a Sin" showrunner Nicola Shindler says she and creator Russell T. Davies might tell a new story with characters from the hit miniseries.

'Carpool Karaoke' King James Corden Leaving Late-Night Show

'Carpool Karaoke' King James Corden Leaving Late-Night Show

By Lynn Elber | Apr 29, 2022

James Corden said he will be bowing out of his late-night CBS TV show next year, calling it a "good time to move on and see what else might be out there."

Watch: It's the Big Easy for Netflix's 'Queer Eye,' Season 7

Watch: It's the Big Easy for Netflix's 'Queer Eye,' Season 7

By Emell Adolphus | Apr 28, 2022

As the Fab Five head to the Big Easy, the Instagram page for the show also announced that they are looking for candidates who want a "make-better."

With Hopes of Reaching Wider Viewership,'Love, Victor's' Final Season to Stream on Hulu and Disney+

With Hopes of Reaching Wider Viewership,'Love, Victor's' Final Season to Stream on Hulu and Disney+

Apr 28, 2022

In a move that seems to be a way for The Walt Disney Corporation to placate LGBTQ viewers, the hit show "Love, Victor" comes to Disney+ after two seasons on Hulu.

Watch: Celebrating Pride, 'The Book of Queer' Coming to Discovery+ in June

Watch: Celebrating Pride, 'The Book of Queer' Coming to Discovery+ in June

By Emell Adolphus | Apr 28, 2022

The upcoming special event series will feature five episodes telling the story of multiple historic and groundbreaking queer individuals throughout history.

Review: 'The Offer' Peeks Behind the Making of 'The Godfather'

Review: 'The Offer' Peeks Behind the Making of 'The Godfather'

By Kilian Melloy | Apr 28, 2022

Paramount Plus celebrates the 50th anniversary of what might be America's greatest-ever film with a ten-part miniseries recounting the cliff-hanging travails behind the making of "The Godfather."

Review: 'The Way Down: God, Greed, and the Cult of Gwen Shamblin' a Profile of Limitless Ambition

Review: 'The Way Down: God, Greed, and the Cult of Gwen Shamblin' a Profile of Limitless Ambition

By Karin McKie | Apr 28, 2022

"The higher the hair, the closer to God," the saying goes. The size of Gwen Shamblin's coiffure matched her outsized ego and seemingly limitless ambition...

Watch: Russian TV Streams 'I'm Not Gay' - A Reality Show That Looks All So Gay

Watch: Russian TV Streams 'I'm Not Gay' - A Reality Show That Looks All So Gay

Apr 27, 2022

A new gay-themed reality show is airing in Russia, but don't expect anything affirming or positive. Called "I'm Not Gay," it features a group of men who may or not be gay, and who are to be identified with the help of a homophobic co-host.

Boxer's Holocaust Ordeal, Aftermath Told in 'The Survivor'

Boxer's Holocaust Ordeal, Aftermath Told in 'The Survivor'

By Lynn Elber | Apr 27, 2022

In "The Survivor," filmmaker Barry Levinson reaches back 80 years to tell the grueling story of a boxer who put the lives of fellow concentration camp prisoners at risk to save his own.

Battling the Odds: Elisabeth Moss Prefers a Dramatic Workday

Battling the Odds: Elisabeth Moss Prefers a Dramatic Workday

By Alicia Rancilio | Apr 27, 2022

She navigated a 1960s advertising agency boys club on "Mad Men" and leads the charge against a totalitarian regime on "The Handmaid's Tale." Seek out Elisabeth Moss if things go south.

ABC's 'black-ish' Ends its Run as ABC Looks to Future

ABC's 'black-ish' Ends its Run as ABC Looks to Future

By David Bauder | Apr 27, 2022

As the comedy "black-ish" ended its run after eight seasons with a relatively modest live audience of 2.52 million viewers, ABC is already pivoting to what it hopes is its next defining sitcom.

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