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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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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Family Equality Council Awards: Darren Criss, Matt Bomer, Andrew Rannells, ‘Glee’ Performance and More!

Last night in Beverly Hills, the stars came out for the Family Equality Council’s 11th Annual Los Angeles Awards Dinner. Hosted by Sandra Bernhard, the night includes awards to “Modern Family” and “Glee” for their contributions to presenting LGBTQ families and people, Honey Maid for continuing to celebrate family with their brand but adding families led […]

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Are We Having a Lesbian Moment on Television? Top Critics Weigh In!

Last month, at the Television Critics Association Winter Press Tour, where the networks bi-annually bring stars and producers from their new and returning shows, Ellen DeGeneres was asked whether she saw a groundbreaking aspect to the new NBC sitcom, “One Big Happy.” DeGeneres is the executive producer of the new series, along with out writer/creator […]

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Paley Center Of Media Honors TV For LGBT Equality; Norman Lear Honored

On Wednesday night here in Los Angeles, The Paley Center for Media hosted its annual Los Angeles gala, celebrating the important role that television has played over the past six decades in the issue of LGBT equality. Besides having influential persons from past and present at the event, the gala also marked the launch of […]

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People’s Choice Awards 2015: What’s Gay About The Nominations?

There’s something special about the “People’s Choice Awards” mostly because they’re reflect exactly what the viewers out there are watching and loving. This is very clear from this year’s nominees, which were announced last week. There’s something great about seeing actors and shows that rarely get attention from Emmy or Golden Globe voters, right? So, while […]

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TV to Si: Sofia Vergara Turns Green on ‘Modern Family,’ Angelica Celaya Visits Craig Ferguson

Is it just me, or are things progressing slower and slower on “Sons of Anarchy?” I realize it’s the final ride and all and we want to savor the moments with Jax (Charlie Hunnam) the boys, but I don’t think anything really exciting has happened in some time.

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The TV Showrunners: Creating LGBT Characters, Telling LGBT Stories (Part One)

The year was 1977 and even without the Internet to spread the word on controversy I knew that there was something freaking people out about with this new sitcom called “Soap.” The show was supposedly racy, sexual and bawdy like no other show had been before and among its regular cast, it also had a […]

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Who? What? When? The LGBT 66th Annual Emmy Award Timeline Is Here!

It wasn’t the best Emmys broadcast of all time but it certainly wasn’t the worst either. Seth Meyers did a good job in his hosting duties but isn’t there a law that Amy Poehler and Tina Fey should just host everything? (Sorry, NPH, you can take a breather from hosting everything, okay?) And while I watched the show with a fear that […]

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