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 […]
Earlier this week, we highlighted (gushed?) about how Matt Bomer should win the Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Television Movie Emmy this Monday during the 66th Annual Prime Time Emmy Awards. Bomer isn’t the only out actor nominated this year but there are also a slew of straight actors playing LGBT roles. The point is that […]
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 […]
Last night in New York City, the GLAAD Media Awards were presented at the legendary Waldorf Astoria. The Ceremony honored figures in all areas of media in their representation of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender persons and issues. With many out pro athletes in attendance along with celebs like the cast of “Orange Is The New […]
It seems like just yesterday that I attended the GLAAD Media Awards in Los Angeles. Actually, it was practically yesterday (see my coverage here) but that doesn’t mean we should let the East Coasters not get their awards, too, so this weekend I’ll be heading to New York City for the GLAAD Media Awards there. […]
The TV Festival is off and running and there’s plenty of LGBT-ness to be found.
Not surprisingly, Ryan Seacrest has been named the host of Fox’s upcoming 25th anniversary special.
Not only are casts from “The X Files,” “Beverly Hills 90210” and “Married… with Children” reuniting to celebrate Fox’s 25th Anniversary, now the network has announced that stars from “That ’70s Show” and “In Living Color” will return to the network as well for the broadcast special. Mila Kunis, Ashton Kutcher, Laura Prepon and Wilmer […]
At long last, Chelsea Handler is coming to network television. Beginning January 11, NBC will air “Are You There, Chelsea?,” a sitcom based on the comedienne’s best-selling book, “Are You There, Vodka? It’s Me, Chelsea.”
NBC’s top programming executive insists it wasn’t squeamishness over booze that got the word “vodka” dropped from the television version of Chelsea Handler’s memoir.