Set in Palo Alto, the show focuses on a Richard Hendrix (Thomas Middleditch) and his departure from a huge internet corporation to be the CEO of his own start-up that’s on the verge of being the next big thing.
Since the NY premiere for ‘The Normal Heart’ was earlier this week, cast members from the upcoming HBO film were making the round at the NY-based talk shows. Here’s “Big Bang Theory” star Jim Parsons chatting up David Letterman about the movie and out NFL Player Michael Sam on “The Late Show With David Letterman.” Here’s what he had […]
It’s almost here…. We’ve been waiting for “The Normal Heart” ever since it was announced that HBO was making a film version of the renowned Larry Kramer play and now, a few weeks out from its May 25th airdate, I’ve had an early peek at the film and wanted to offer up what we now […]
The GLAAD Media Awards never ceases to amaze me in how they celebrate the positive portrayals of LGBT persons in film, television, journalism but also how even though the message is always that more needs to be done, that doesn’t mean it’s not okay to have a good party, too. From singer Kylie Minogue performing on […]
I’ll be the first to admit that I’m often hard on Fox’s “Glee” for less than consistent storytelling, silly situations and the ridiculous way they repeatedly dress Blaine (Darren Criss) but the musical numbers typically are the saving grace. Case in point, as the show shifts the rest of this season to New York City, last […]
In the series, based on Justin Halpern’s book “I Suck At Girls”, Christopher Meloni turns to comedy to play Dr. Jack Dunlevy, husband to wife Joanne (Rachael Harris) and ruler of the roost to teens Frankie (Connor Buckley) and Rachel (Claudia Lee).
We take a look at entertainment news that brewing now and around the corner.
While it’s very good news that HBO’s freshman series “Looking” will be back for a second season next year, the not-so-good news is we only have two new episodes left to air before we bid adieu to Patrick (Jonathan Groff) and gang. In this Sunday’s penultimate episode, it’s time for Patrick’s sister’s wedding and, as we […]
Out series creator Bryan Fuller talked to me about the show’s queerness, how Busby Berkeley inspired one of the more grotesque things on the show and what he thinks of the overall queerness of television and how far we’ve come.
Looks like we’ll be getting to second base with HBO’s freshman series, “Looking.”