With Fall TV coming, there are a bevy of new out gay characters coming your way from Tyler Ritter in “The McCarthys” over at CBS, a gay law student (played by Jack Falahee) on the new Shonda Rhimes ABC drama “How To Get Away With Murder” and Tim Meadows and Dan Bucatinsky playing gay dads to […]
Since the Television Critics Association Summer Press Tour is still going on in Beverly Hills through next Wednesday, I’ve got a second Blend post this week with all sorts of LGBT goodness of what we’ll be seeing on our TVs this fall as well as a bit of eye candy and gay men singing. Let’s […]
The new NBC comedy “Undateable” features a group of single men who are more than a little clueless about dating and women in general. Enter Danny (Chris D’Elia), who has seen all his friends get married and essentially needs new friends, hence our group that hangs out at a local bar. One of the ‘undateable’ […]
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.