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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Video: ‘Playing House’ Stars Lennon Parham and Jessica St. Clair Tease New Season!

They’re not lesbians. Seriously. Despite the outward shows of affection, extreme BFF-ness and the occasional grabbing of body parts, the ladies of USA’s hit comedy “Playing House” are not lesbian lovers. Not that there’s anything wrong with that. In fact, the stars and real-life BFFs of the hilarious show, Lennon Parham and Jessica St. Clair, […]

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Mr. Robot Is Winning Over Fans and Critics with Its Realistic Depiction of the World of Hacking

The new USA TV hacker drama “Mr. Robot,” starring Rami Malek, premiered on June 24, 2015 to positive reviews and an estimated 3 million views. Last week’s second episode saw a surge in viewership, showing that fans liked what they saw, making it among the year’s top-rated series launches — number 2, following only “Better […]

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‘Royal Pains’ Exclusive Clip: Hank Helps a Trans Teen

Now that the transgender movement is literally NOW thanks to more and more visibility in the world, we’re seeing an increased number of stories on our television drama series. Case in point, this week’s episode of USA’s long-running series, “Royal Pains,” tackles the subject when a trans teen (played by real life trans actress Nicole Maines, […]

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‘Graceland’s’ Daniel Sunjata On His Gay Athlete Role On Broadway: “I miss ‘Take Me Out'”

The world is changing as we’re now seeing more and more athletes coming out of the closet where they’ve been for so long. But, as with changes both big and subtle, you can look back and see that someone saw this day coming and such is the case of the 2002 play “Take Me Out.” Written […]

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