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Chaz Bono Goes Where the Bears Are

TELEVISION | 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.

'RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars,' Season 2 :: Coco

TELEVISION | By Scott Holland | Sep 4
It was a pleasure to sit down, once again, with CoCo, just one day after being eliminated.

Gay TV Series Will Film in SF Soon

TELEVISION | By Seth Hemmelgarn | Apr 10
San Francisco will soon see filming of the ABC-TV miniseries "When We Rise," based in part on the memoir of Harvey Milk confidante Cleve Jones.

Gayest Talk Show of All Time 'Hey Qween!' Gets A Make-Over for Season Four

"Hey Qween!," the world's gayest talk show of all time, is getting a face-lift this winter. When the show returns for its fourth season next month, it will debut a sexy new look and sound.

'RuPaul's Drag Race' Season 8 Cast Revealed

"RuPaul's Drag Race" returns with a court of QUEENS so ingenious, a competition so unpredictable and a judges' panel so packed with talent, if you think you know this "Race," honey, you have no idea.

'EastSiders' the Critically-Acclaimed LGBT Series Returns

"EastSiders" returns, the critically-acclaimed dark comedy starring series creator Kit Williamson ("Mad Men") and three time Emmy nominee Van Hansis ("As the World Turns") as a gay couple trying to stay together in the aftermath of infidelity.

Out Soccer Hunk Robbie Rogers Inspires New ABC Comedy

SPORTS | By Jason St. Amand | Oct 16
Out soccer player, and overall hunk, Robbie Rogers is apparently the inspiration for a new ABC comedy it was reported Wednesday.

Things Not So Bad for 'Little Horribles' Creator

TELEVISION | By Sura Wood | Jul 27
Those mortifying moments in life, the ones that make you shudder even years after they've happened, are the basis of "Little Horribles," a comic series on the Web about a painfully awkward single woman in her 30s.

GLAAD Study: Gay Depictions Slip on Network TV

NATIONAL | By Lynn Elber | Oct 11
Fewer gay and bisexual characters are part of the new broadcast TV season following a record-setting year, while cable depictions continued to increase, according to a new study from a media advocacy group.

Sean Saves the World

We all fell in love with Sean Hayes from his career-exploding part on "Will & Grace." He is now back in a new TV series: "Sean Saves the World."

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