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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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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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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I See LGBT People: ‘The Night Shift’ and ‘Undateable’ Debut New Gay Characters

“The Normal Heart”: If you missed Sunday’s premiere of the adaptation of the Larry Kramer play, you can watch the film here, on HBO Go or you can also check airdates on the HBO website. “The Night Shift”: The title says it all as the new medical drama starring Eoin Macken, Freddy Rodriguez and Jill […]

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DOMA Ruling May Be Felt on ‘Modern Family’

With the Supreme Court’s ruling to strike down DOMA, there may finally be wedding bells in the future for Cameron and Mitchell on “Modern Family.” Christopher Lloyd, who co-created the ABC hit series, told Entertainment Weekly that today’s court ruling could impact the show’s fifth season and whether Cameron (Eric Stonestreet) and Mitchell (Jesse Tyler […]

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