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Binge on This: 10 LGBT Films to Kick Off the New Year

Whether you’re decompressing after the holidays or getting refueled before going back to work, here are 10 LGBT films to help you kick off 2017 with rainbows and a bang! “Appropriate Behavior” (2014) Desiree Akhavan writes, directs, and stars as Iranian-American bisexual Shirin in this fantastic feature set in Brooklyn. Cutting back and forth between […]

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4 Shows to Watch in 2017

With everyone looking back at the best in a memorable Year in TV of 2016, it’s also time to look forward as the various networks and streaming services roll out their new series to much promise and optimism. That said, here are four series that warrant your valuable time as we head into the new […]

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Pre-Order the Movie Most Likely to Slay the Oscars

#OscarsSoWhite? Not today, Oscars. Not today.   The 2016 Academy Awards will forever be known as the most dramatic year in the awards show’s history—and that’s saying a lot considering this is the same broadcast that brought us the unforgettable, “You like me!” Sally Field moment. The public protestation over the lack of minority nominees in the running for […]

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2016 In Review: Best New Shows

Yes, we are officially in “Peak TV.” According to data shared by FX, there were a staggering 455 scripted original series that aired in 2016, across broadcast, cable and streaming services. With this many options and opportunities, there were many shows that rose to the top. That said, here are my picks for the 5 […]

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Say ‘Filipino Channels’

GMA Pinoy TV and The Filipino Channel offer your favorite top-rated Filipino shows! Use the X1 Voice Remote to easily browse Filipino content on XFINITY. You won’t want to miss “Encantadia” on GMA! The show will transport you to a fantasy world, an enchanted realm with sorcerers and magic. “The Current Book” is a “requel” […]

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Director Michael Siv on the Khmer Rouge Trials in ‘Daze of Justice’

By Ashlyn Perri More than 10 years ago, Michael Siv was one of the subjects in and filmmakers of the Spencer Nakasako-directed documentary “Refugee,” which centers around Siv and his quest to reunite with his father and brother in Cambodia. Siv, with another documentary already under his belt (“Who I Became,” 2003), directs his sophomore project “Daze of […]

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Sandra Oh, Grace Lee Talk Asian-American Representation in Hollywood

by Dino-Ray Ramos The topic of diversity and inclusion has been front and center in Hollywood. Black and Latino communities have been very vocal about their representation, but more recently, Asian-Americans are becoming more involved in the conversation, making their voices heard after years of being underrepresented in television, film and media. At the Center […]

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‘Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen-X’ Finalist Hannah – ‘I Thought Being a Strong Woman Like Jessica Would Get Me Targeted’

Gordon Holmes: Good morning, Hannah. Hannah Shapiro: Good morning! I’m sorry if my voice cracks and you can’t understand me. My apologies. Holmes: I’ll let it go one or two times, but so help me if there is a fourth! Shapiro: Hang up and say Hannah is the worst. Holmes: I was going to give […]

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