love2016

Top 5 LGBT Love Stories of 2016

Everybody say, “Love!” I’ve been a firm believer in the recently popular sentiment that “if the love doesn’t feel like ’90s R&B, I don’t want it.” I mean, nothing says “love” quite like SWV’s “Weak.” Am I right? Sadly, my love for “The Boy is Mine” hasn’t exactly helped me find a boy of my own, but […]

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dramas2016

Top 5 LGBT Dramas of 2016

[Insert shady rattlesnake noise] Drama: She’s the plus-size model of the genre world. She can be funny, intense and even sassy. Sometimes she’s deathly serious, and other times she’s straight-up flying at your face with a knife and a high kick. Long story short, drama can be a number of things, but when you’re looking […]

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docs2016

Top 5 LGBT Documentaries of 2016

Gypsies, trans and documentaries… Phew, gurl. 2016 has been a year, hasn’t it? In my opinion, 2017 can’t come fast enough. I don’t know what we did to make 2016 mad, but she came right out of the gate swinging … taking the lives of all manner of gay icons! There are only a few […]

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Need a ‘Penny Dreadful’ Refresher Before Season 3? Done!

There’s nothing on television like Showtime’s horror drama, “Penny Dreadful.” The drama, created by out writer/producer/playwright John Logan throws worlds of horror together to create a unique 19th Century world where fictional literary characters like Dorian Gray, Victor Frankenstein and his monster, Dr. Henry Jekyll and, new this season, characters from Bram Stoker’s “Dracula” all exist […]

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‘Shadowhunters’ Post-Mortem: Daddario and Shum on the Big Malec Kiss

Yes, Malec finally happened. In last night’s episode of Freeform’s “Shadowhunters,” groom Alec (Matthew Daddario) made the decision to not marry Lydia (Stephanie Bennett) for the good of the families and the Clave and, instead, chose his heart and Magnus Bane (Harry Shum Jr.). Before the wedding vows could be completed, Magnus showed up to stop the wedding, […]

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WonderCon Preview: Is Malec’s ‘Slow Burn’ Finally over on ‘Shadowhunters’?

It’s almost here, “Shadowhunters” fans. I am among many who have been sitting patiently through the first 11 episodes of the new Freeform series, an adaptation of the popular Cassandra Clare “Mortal Instruments” books, and, come on, it’s been an extremely slow burn (a phrase regular followers of my TV coverage know is one of my least […]

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