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The Way of the Force: Q-Force's Gabe Liedman

The Way of the Force: Q-Force's Gabe Liedman

By Gregg Shapiro | Sep 14, 2021

Featuring the voices of a stellar cast of queer and queer-friendly actors, the hot new Netflix series "Q-Force" takes spy capers to camp levels. Co-creator, writer and costar Gabe Liedman shares some behind-the-scenes stories and inspiration.

'Jeopardy!' Begins Season with Already-Ousted Richards

'Jeopardy!' Begins Season with Already-Ousted Richards

By David Bauder | Sep 14, 2021

The very brief Mike Richards era on "Jeopardy!" began on Monday as the beleaguered game show dealt with the embarrassment of opening its 38th season with a host that its fans already know is toast.

Long-Running 'COPS' Show Revived for Fox Nation Service

Long-Running 'COPS' Show Revived for Fox Nation Service

Sep 14, 2021

Fox News Media is reviving the long-running TV series "COPS" for its Fox Nation streaming service as part of a pitch to entice police, firefighters and other first responders to sign up for the service.

'Queer Eye' Snags Fourth Consecutive Emmy Win

'Queer Eye' Snags Fourth Consecutive Emmy Win

By Kilian Melloy | Sep 13, 2021

Netflix's "Queer Eye" picked up its fourth consecutive Emmy for Outstanding Structured Reality Program in the Sept. 12 Creative Arts Emmys, tying "Shark Tank" for number of category wins.

RuPaul Rakes in Sixth Emmy Win; Tied for Record

RuPaul Rakes in Sixth Emmy Win; Tied for Record

Sep 13, 2021

RuPaul took home the Emmy for Outstanding Host For A Reality Or Competition Program, marking the sixth year in a row the "Drag Race" presenter has claimed the prize.

Review: 'Y: The Last Man' Has Its Comic Book Origins in Its Genes

Review: 'Y: The Last Man' Has Its Comic Book Origins in Its Genes

By Kilian Melloy | Sep 13, 2021

What would the world be like is every man (except maybe one) disappeared tomorrow? This new FX series, based on the Vertigo comic of the same title, offers amusing, often insightful, answers.

'Little Ellen' Centers on 7-Year-Old Cartoon DeGeneres, Part of New Children's Programming Block

'Little Ellen' Centers on 7-Year-Old Cartoon DeGeneres, Part of New Children's Programming Block

By Lynn Elber | Sep 12, 2021

Among the new fare is "Little Ellen," which follows the adventures of a 7-year-old, risk-taking Ellen DeGeneres in her native New Orleans.

Viewers Speculate on 'Bachelor in Paradise' Star Chris Conran's Sexuality...and he's Not Having it

Viewers Speculate on 'Bachelor in Paradise' Star Chris Conran's Sexuality...and he's Not Having it

Sep 12, 2021

Viewers of ABC's "Bachelor in Paradise" are suggesting that contestant Chris Conran is gay but the reality star quickly shot down speculation that he is not straight.

Review: Bergman's 'Scenes From A Marriage' Gets the Treatment from Hagai Levi

Review: Bergman's 'Scenes From A Marriage' Gets the Treatment from Hagai Levi

By Kilian Melloy | Sep 12, 2021

Hagai Levi brings in-the-moment intensity and emotional dislocation to his remake of Ingmar Bergman's classic 1973 miniseries "Scenes from a Marriage."

Cast for 'Queer as Folk' Reboot Announced: Johnny Sibilly, Candace Grace & Fin Argus Join Show

Cast for 'Queer as Folk' Reboot Announced: Johnny Sibilly, Candace Grace & Fin Argus Join Show

Sep 12, 2021

The cast of Peacock's reboot of the Russell T. Davies U.K. version of "Queer as Folk" just got larger!

'Iggy & Ace': A Zany Aussie Comedy About 2 Gay Best Friends — and Alcohol Abuse

'Iggy & Ace': A Zany Aussie Comedy About 2 Gay Best Friends — and Alcohol Abuse

Sep 12, 2021

In many ways, "Iggy & Ace" is a zany drama-comedy blend about recovery and friendship. But this series is also committed to portraying the rough ups and downs of addiction, toxic friendships, grief, trauma and love.

Chills and Frills: Boulet Brothers Bring 'Dragula' Back for Season 4

Chills and Frills: Boulet Brothers Bring 'Dragula' Back for Season 4

Sep 11, 2021

Earlier this week the cast of Season 4 of "The Boulet Brothers' Dragula" was announced with 10 performers competing for the title of Drag Supermonster.

Watch: 'RuPaul's Drag Race' and Lip-Syncing: Why a Once Controversial Practice is No Longer Taboo

Watch: 'RuPaul's Drag Race' and Lip-Syncing: Why a Once Controversial Practice is No Longer Taboo

Sep 11, 2021

Even though the lip-sync is a critical part of the "Drag Race" competition, many fans are unaware of how recently it was introduced into drag culture.

Ellen DeGeneres Says Show is 'Happy Place' for Final Season

Ellen DeGeneres Says Show is 'Happy Place' for Final Season

By Lynn Elber | Sep 10, 2021

Ellen DeGeneres has a lot of ground to cover in the 19th and final season of her talk show, which she promises will be a "huge celebration."

Bromancing the Straight Dude on 'The Circle': Catfishing Gay Trainer Flirts with Unsuspecting Hunk

Bromancing the Straight Dude on 'The Circle': Catfishing Gay Trainer Flirts with Unsuspecting Hunk

Sep 9, 2021

Netflix's "The Circle" takes catfishing to a new level with a reality competition that takes place in a contained social media environment & allows contestants to catfish. See what happens when a straight bro flirts with a catfishing gay guy.

'Lucifer' Star Promises 'Good-Slash-Great' Series Finale

'Lucifer' Star Promises 'Good-Slash-Great' Series Finale

By Hilary Fox | Sep 9, 2021

After six years, "Lucifer" stars Tom Ellis and Lauren German are kissing goodbye to their devil-and-detective double act.

'Dancing with the Stars' Season 30 Cast Includes Out Peloton Instructor Cody Rigsby, Jojo Siwa & More

'Dancing with the Stars' Season 30 Cast Includes Out Peloton Instructor Cody Rigsby, Jojo Siwa & More

Sep 8, 2021

The cast for Season 30 of "Dancing with the Stars" was announced Wednesday morning and includes out Peloton instructor Cody Rigsby as well as out YouTube star Jojo Siwa.

Dystopian Directions: The Lavender Tube on 'The Handmaid's Tale,' 'Queer as Folk's Reboot & More

Dystopian Directions: The Lavender Tube on 'The Handmaid's Tale,' 'Queer as Folk's Reboot & More

By Victoria A. Brownworth | Sep 7, 2021

The nightmare of "The Handmaid's Tale" plays out in real life in Texas; "Queer as Folk" gets a New Orleans reboot; LGBT shows get a nod; and Lance Bass wants a gay "Bachelor."

Brit 'Love Island' Candidate Didn't Mind Being Called Gay Until Trolls Become Homophobic

Brit 'Love Island' Candidate Didn't Mind Being Called Gay Until Trolls Become Homophobic

Sep 7, 2021

Last month, model and graduate student Brett Staniland became an instant fan favorite on the British edition of "Love Island." His stay was brief, but was long enough for there to be gay speculation, which he doesn't mind unless it is homophobic.

Watch: First Look at HGTV's 'The Nate & Jeremiah Home Project'

Watch: First Look at HGTV's 'The Nate & Jeremiah Home Project'

Sep 7, 2021

Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent return to HGTV for a six-part series where they help homeowners purge or preserve family heirlooms, along with their signature makeovers, of course.

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