GLAAD Media Awards: Outstanding Comedy Series Nominations

Unlike awards presentations like the Oscars, Emmys, Grammys or even the Tonys, the GLAAD Media Awards are not a heated, competitive battle to see who’ll take home the prize. In many ways, without sounding too hokey, everyone is a winner because being recognized in this group is a sign that your show or film is […]

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‘Danish Girl’, ‘Carol’, ‘I Am Jazz’, ‘Empire,’ ‘Bold & The Beautiful’ and More Nab GLAAD Media Award Nominees

The GLAAD Media Award nominees were announced this morning with the best of the best in television, film and journalism being honored for their 2015 works. On the film side, titles like “The Danish Girl” and “Carol“ were expected but films that didn’t get much Academy Award love like the well-received “Grandma” and “Freeheld” also […]

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“Brooklyn Nine-Nine” Exclusive Clip: Holt Wants To Fix Police Rating

Is Amy (Melissa Fumero) the best person for Captain Ray Holt (Andre Braugher) to kick off a task force to improve the NYPD approval rating on “Brooklyn Nine-Nine“? While Gina (Chelsea Perretti) isn’t so sure, take a look at this exclusive clip from Sunday’s new episode and see for yourself. [iframe http://www.youtube.com/embed/F2sJn2AR7e0 560 340] “Brooklyn […]

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Emmys 2015: A Look at the LGBT Nominees and Nominated Role/Shows

There’s always something as well, Ellen and Portia are usually around somewhere. The 67th Annual Emmy Awards will be presented this Sunday with “Brooklyn 99” star Andy Samberg serving as host and just as LGBT characters have become a part of mainstream television, the nominees reflect that, too. In fact, with most of the show nominations, […]

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2015 Emmy Watch: The LGBT-ness Of The Nominees

The Emmy nominations came out last week and it was impossible to get very far in the list of nominees without finding representatives of the LGBT community both in fictional representation and the bona fide real thing. Seeing LGBT performers and shows that you might call LGBT-centric is not a new thing since awareness and […]

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SAG Foundation’s ‘Brooklyn 99’ Panel On Hot Tubbing, Who’s Daddy And The Positivity Of Terry Crews

[Spoiler Alert: This panel talks about plot points from the 1/25 episode of “Brooklyn 99.”] If you’re looking for smart, funny comedy, look no further than Fox’s hit sitcom “Brooklyn Nine-Nine.“ In its second season, the series, created by Dan Goor and Michael Schurr (“Parks and Recreation“) is stronger than ever this year and guest stars like […]

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SAG And Golden Globes 2015: The LGBT-Ness Of Both Award Nominations

Coming up right after the holiday season is what those in ‘the biz’ like to call ‘Awards Season.’ Practically the minute the New Years ball drops, we launch in the People’s Choice Awards (January 7th, CBS) and the Writers Guild Awards (February 14th) are notable award shows but two of the biggest are the Golden Globes […]

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The LGBT-ness of the 66th Annual Prime Time Emmy Awards

Earlier this week, we highlighted (gushed?) about how Matt Bomer should win the Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Television Movie Emmy this Monday during the 66th Annual Prime Time Emmy Awards. Bomer isn’t the only out actor nominated this year but there are also a slew of straight actors playing LGBT roles. The point is that […]

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TCA Awards Honor Series With LGBT Characters And Storylines

The stars came out on Saturday as the 30th Annual Television Critics Association Awards were handed out at the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills. Host Terry Crews (“Brooklyn 99“) brought his A-game with enthusiasm and excitement and special guest Miss Piggy, who sang a song with him about being a television critic. While the awards are not televised […]

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