Who Scored Excellent? Who Didn’t? GLAAD Releases 9th Annual Network Responsibility Index

It’s that time of year again when GLAAD releases its annual Network Responsibility Index (its ninth) looking at how television is doing representing the LGBT community. The report looks at original primetime programming on the five broadcast networks (ABC, NBC, CBS, CW, FOX) and 10 cable networks (HBO, MTV, Showtime, ABC Family, TLC, History, A&E, TNT, […]

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“Undateable’s” David Fynn Previews This Week’s Live 1-hr Episode, Big Guest Stars

What’s better than your weekly dose of the gang on NBC’s sophomore sitcom, “Undateable“? How about a live episode where anything could (and probably will) happen? The “Undateable” cast (Chris D’Elia, Brent Morin, Bianca Kajlich, Bridgit Mendler, Ron Funches, Rick Glassman and David Fynn) are even taking things one step further are actually going to perform the […]

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‘One Big Happy’s’ Creator Liz Feldman Talks New Sitcom with Lesbian Lead Character

You’ve probably noticed that LGBT characters are everywhere on our televisions in such hit series as “Empire,” “How to Get Away with Murder“ and returning series like “Undateable” (which returns tonight on NBC). But did you know it’s been 18 years since a lesbian character was a lead on a network television sitcom? So the new […]

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On the ‘Days of Our Lives’ Set: Guy Wilson and Freddie Smith Talk Rocky Road for WilSon. Is There Hope?

The secrets have all come out on NBC’s “Days of Our Lives” and, well, there’s much wreckage to be worked through. The biggest secret, of course, is that Will Horton (Guy Wilson) slept with Paul Norita (Christopher Sean). Paul, a closeted baseball player, came to town to have his injured shoulder worked on and ended up […]

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Margaret Cho on Golden Globes Race Controversy: “I’m playing the rice card.”

One of the high comedy points of last night’s 72nd Annual Golden Globes Awards on NBC was bisexual comedian Margaret Cho appearing as new (and fictional) Hollywood Foreign Press member Cho Young Ja during the performance. Unfortunately, not everyone is happy about the portrayal, which spoofs North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un, and a racial controversy has brushed up. Responding to […]

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‘Peter Pan Live’ Is Coming To NBC! Get Ready To Fly!

Last year at this time, NBC was about to launch a big experiment with airing “The Sound Of Music Live“ featuring Carrie Underwood, Stephen Moyer, Laura Benanti and Audra McDonald. Mixed reviews following the one-time performance mostly pointed out Underwood’s lack of acting ability in the role but with boffo ratings, NBC announced shortly thereafter that “Peter […]

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