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Tune In Tonight

Your Pride Month entertainment choices have expanded once again! Tonight, we celebrate the premiere of two new documentaries. Over on HBO, it’s Wig, which focuses on the art of drag and more specifically, the grandiose gathering that was Wigstock. Meanwhile, over on your local PBS affiliate, The Lavender Scare uncovers the shocking efforts of the U.S. government to eradicate LGBTQ […]

Pridetime Television

We’ve already turned to Amazon Prime for the majority of our Pride Month purchases, from rainbow stickers to pass out to paradegoers to costumes for parties when we’re at WorldPride in New York City. So we know that Amazon has become a one-stop shop for all things LGBTQ. They’re also the go-to place on your television for the gayest lineup […]

Must-See LGBTV

This Wednesday, we encourage you to BYOL: Bring Your Own Laughtrack. That’s because Resource Center‘s communication and advocacy manager Rafael McDonnell will be presenting LGBTQ on TV. The hour-long presentation reviews how members of our community have been portrayed on the small screen from the 1950s to today. Whether it’s on a sitcom, hard-hitting drama or breaking news story, how we […]

Voices Of Change

At no point in recorded history have transgender people been more visible. But most still face disproportionate amounts of discrimination, intolerance and violence. The more we hear directly from these people, however, the more we can all empathizes with what it’s like to live in their skin. The word brave gets thrown around often when anyone goes public with something […]

Street Walker & Talker

Sigh. Our dream date suitor, Billy Eichner, is back. And not a moment too soon. We plowed through the second season of Difficult People in a matter of days and then we were left with a hairy-chested, scruffy-faced void. But that all ends tomorrow when the fifth season of Billy on the Street with Billy Eichner returns to TV for […]

Laughing Historically

Tonight, one way or another, history will be made. We’ll either end up with the first woman POTUS or the first oozing orange SCROTUS. But polls show that a good chunk of the population will be severely disappointed by the outcome, regardless of who wins. That’s why it’s more important than ever to find a little laughter in the heartache. […]

Amazing Gracefulness

Does wanting to stay home on a Friday night and watch modern dance on PBS make us officially old? (Be as bitchy as you want in your response, we can’t hear you.) We know we’re not alone, though. It’s been a long week of parties, work and screaming at political coverage. So we simply want to curl up with some […]

Binge, Queen!

$130 million. That would pay for a lifetime’s worth of Saved by the Bell episodes. But these days, that’s what it takes to create a short-but-epic Netflix series (or at least that’s what the budget rumors indicate). The Crown debuts tomorrow on the streaming service and the results provide a huge argument that it’s money well-spent. Most of us have […]

Dratchin’ & Snackin’

Fingering chickens. Straight dudes tongue-kissing in the closet. Exposing a watermelon’s gigantic penis. These are just a few of the wonderful things you’ll see in the wild new sketch show, Rachel Dratch’s Late Night Snack for truTV. The woman who brought Debbie Downer to our lives via Saturday Night Live presents a variety of insanely hilarious, short-attention-span sketches featuring herself […]

The Real (Small) Housewives Of Dallas

This is probably not what Louisa May Alcott had in mind. Yet here we are. Another reality show franchise launching a Dallas edition filled with trash talk, cat fights and overwrought drama. Saddle up for Little Women: Dallas, premiering tomorrow night on Lifetime, y’all. Featuring a sextet of feisty women, it’s the perfect show for anyone missing the antics of […]

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