While there’s a plethora of LGBT actors, characters and storylines across the TV landscape, that wasn’t always the case. Thus, we’ve started the LGBT TV Icon Series, which celebrates those television shows, movies and events that helped us get to where we are today. “Love, Sidney” launched first as a TV movie called “Sidney Shorr: […]
There was once a time when you’d watch reality competition singing programs and artists who viewers would be left wondering if an artist was gay because, for whatever reason, they didn’t talk about it. Case in point, when Adam Lambert competed on “American Idol” in 2009 he did not talk sexuality until after the competition […]
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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.
Monica Raymund, one of the stars of NBC’s drama “Chicago Fire,” tweeted about a Norwegian artist’s protest against Russia’s anti-LGBT policies the other day.
Happy hump day mi gente and welcome to today’s edition of TV to Si. Have you guys been watching the adorable Stephen Amell in the CW drama, “Arrow” ?
Hump Day is here at last, and with all the cold weather affecting so much of the United States, I bet a lot of you are spending extra time watching TV. Lucky for us, it’s a great time to be stuck at home during award season and with so many new shows coming back.
Robert De Niro became inexplicably confused by a revolving door on “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.” Watch …