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The Year in TV

By Victoria A. Brownworth | Jan 1
This was a vintage year for stellar TV, particularly dramatic series. Top on many lists are "Game of Thrones" and "Westworld."

Best Films of 2016 (Part 2)

By David Lamble | Dec 31
This second part of our Best Films list is dedicated to the rebels, the misfits, the semi-permanently disgruntled if not entirely mad souls who will be both freshly relevant in the new year and quaking with targets on their foreheads.

CONFIRMED: Overwatch's Tracer is a Lesbian

By Brittany Ferrendi | Dec 24
Many thought the androgynous muscled pink-haired character Zarya would be Overwatch's hinted-at LGBT character, but the truth comes as much more of a surprise to gamers.

'Moonlight's Trevante Rhodes :: Breaking Though Another Door

By Joel Martens | Nov 26
Coming to terms with one's sexuality is a story we can all relate to, and as often as it's been represented in GLBT cinema it's rarely -- if ever -- been represented the way it is in "Moonlight." Star Trevante Rhodes breaks it down for us.

Bury Your Gays: 5 LGBT TV Characters That Died Too Soon

By Brittany Ferrendi | Nov 26
A study by GLAAD confirmed over 25 lesbian and bisexual female characters have been killed off on television shows this year - sending a message that LGBT people are disposable.

Women's Collective vs. 'Portlandia'

By Andy Smith | Nov 19
Now in its seventh season, IFC's "Portlandia" has helped shape America's image of Portland, Oregon, as hipster heaven. But to some, the show has crossed a line.

'Queens of Kings' Returns on REVRY TV

By David the CEO | Oct 20
The world's first streaming network dedicated to all forms of digital entertainment created by and for the LGBTQ and allied audiences announces the release of the anticipated season two of "Queens of Kings" exclusively streaming on REVRY.

Author Jake Biondi Talks 'Boystown'

By Scott Holland | Oct 17
For several years now, author Jake Biondi has been writing the serial novel "Boystown," about a group of men who call the famous Chicago neighborhood home. Bondi chats "Boystown!"

Versailles: Love, Passion, Intrigue, and Excess

By Joel Martens | Oct 9
"Versailles," the namesake new series on Ovation, will change the way you see French history and those who lived within, from an entirely new perspective.

Chaz Bono Goes Where the Bears Are

By David-Elijah Nahmod | Sep 11
It sounds like a crazy idea on paper, but the web series "Where the Bears Are" has taken off. Since its debut in 2012, "Bears" episodes have amassed 20 million views.

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