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Claire Foy Returns as Elizabeth II in Season 2 of Netflix’ The Crown

Netflix is set to release Season 2 of its acclaimed series The Crown on December 8. The biographical drama, essentially evolved from the popularity of the writer Peter Morgan,...

Move Over, Chris Hemsworth; There’s Another Thor in Town

Drag Queen Thorgy Thor recently sat down to talk with us about what’s making news in her world— and there’s nothing newsier than the cast of RuPaul’s Drag Race...

He’s Making a List . . . of the Best Gay Yuletide Movies Ever

What to do while those yuletide treats are in the oven and you’re stringing popcorn together? Try a few not-so-well known gay holiday movies....

Streisand Storms the Stage One Last Time in Streaming Netflix Doc

Not many deserve to be called iconic. Lincoln? Yes. XTina? Not so fast. Caitlyn Jenner? No Way. But exceptions will be made for Barbra Streisand, who returns with a new Netflix...

What Tops Your List of the Best Gay Anthems Ever?

LGBT fans have loved pop anthems since “Over the Rainbow” and likely before. Long before Lady Gaga sang “Born This Way” and MacLemore’s “One...

Cheyenne Jackson Shows His Support and His True Colors

One of the brightest lights in this “People We Love” issue is undoubtedly Cheyenne Jackson. Not only has he come into his own as a serious dramatic actor. He’s...

PBS Set to Air Armistead Maupin Documentary New Year’s Day

SXSW Audience Award winner The Untold Tales of Armistead Maupin, directed by Jennifer M. Kroot,...

World Of Wonder Steps Out of RuPaul’s Shadow with Service

Emmy award-winning production company World of Wonder, the braintrust behind RuPaul’s Drag Race, Out of Iraq and Million Dollar Listing, is rolling out...

Kevin Spacey Finds Himself in a Real Life House of Cards

There are times when Hollywood gossip is just harmless fun. This is not one of those times....

’80s Prime-Time Soap Opera Dynasty Returns to TV

We’ve returned to Melrose Place and revisited Beverly Hills, 90120 but the latest big TV reboot hearkens back even further in primetime history....

Episodes Gives Matt LeBlanc and Cast Their Curtain Call

As their acclaimed series nears its grand finale, David Crane and Jeffrey Klarik discuss their decades creating TV and building a life together. David Crane and Jeffrey Klarik...

Will Will & Grace Recapture Their Sitcom Magic?

While trying only to be funny, Will & Grace moved the needle for the way America looked at gay life and culture. Now, a decade after signing off, the sitcom returns to NBC...