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How Syfy’s “Chucky” Series Ups the Queerness in the Iconic Horror Franchise

That’s right: There’s a tender gay teen romance at the heart of Chucky, out creator Don Mancini’s TV series spin-off.

‘Sex Education’ Renewed for Season 3 — Eric and Alex Are Coming Back!

Netflix makes the right decisions! Well today at least. In a new promotional video posted to YouTube featuring actor Alistair Petrie, who plays Mr. Groff on the massively popular series, the streaming platform confirmed a third season. This confirmation comes only a month after the second season launched. Sort of…

Super Bowl LIV: LGBTQ Advocates Applaud Event’s ‘Rainbow Wave’

One of the biggest sporting events of the year included an openly gay coach, a sexually fluid performer and at least 11 queer-inclusive commercials. Super Bowl LIV was the gayest sporting event yet with what advocates are calling a “rainbow wave” — not only did it feature the first out…

Emmys 2019: LGBTQ Stars And Shows Rack Up Nominations

Is this the biggest year yet for queer TV talent? The nominations for the 2019 Emmys are in, and it might just be the gayest year yet for for TV’s biggest awards night. Killing Eve leads the ‘queer interest’ pack with nine nominations, including Outstanding Actress (Drama) nods for Sandra Oh and Jodie…

Disney Is Making ‘Love, Simon’ into a TV Show

If you loved the movie Love, Simon then you’re in for a treat.   The popular romantic comedy about a high school gay boy falling in love will be leaping off the silver screen and adapted into a television series exclusively for the new Disney’s streaming service that will be soon launching, Disney+.…

Exclusive: Get Your First Look at Netflix’s ‘Tales Of The City’ Revival

Prepare to head back to 28 Barbary Lane… Almost two years after it was first announced that a new instalment of Tales of the City was in the works at Netflix, we’ve been given our first official look at the upcoming revival of the hit ’90s series. Original show stars Laura Linney…

Gregg Araki’s New Show Now Apocalypse Is Very Gay, Very Sexy

Gregg Araki, the queer director behind some of your favorite cult films (Doom Generation, Mysterious Skin) is moving to a new medium: television. Araki’s newest project is Now Apocalypse, a half-hour comedy about the trials and tribulations of hyper sexual twentysomethings in Los Angeles who are maybe dealing with some kind…

8 People to Cast in the Upcoming ‘Queer As Folk’ Reboot

Making ‘Queer as Folk’ Queer Again A Queer as Folk reboot that no one asked for is finally in the works. According to Variety, Russell T Davies, the creator of the original UK series, is developing an updated version of the show with Bravo. In 2018, there’s a lot that needs to be…

Report: LGBTQ Characters of Color Outnumber White Counterparts on TV

GLAAD’s latest Where We Are on TV report has news of record-breaking representation. For the first time, LGBTQ characters of color outnumber white LGBTQ characters on broadcast television. This was one of the major findings from GLAAD’s latest Where We Are on TV report, which examines diversity on network, cable, and streaming television in…

The Walking Dead’s Tom Payne Talks Jesus, Season Nine and Straight Actors Playing Gay Roles

The British actor will reprise his role as gay zombie-killing badass Paul ‘Jesus’ Rovia when the show returns to US screens next weekend (7 October).   The Walking Dead is the gun-toting, zombie-slaying US TV behemoth that’s kept an audience of millions across the world baying for blood and guts. But after…

Grey’s Anatomy Will Finally See Its First Gay, Biracial Male Surgeon This Season

Fans of the long-running multiple award-winning TV medical drama Grey’s Anatomy will get something new in the show’s 15th season on ABC: a gay male surgeon. The part will be played by relative newcomer Alex Landi, who is half Korean and half Italian.   It’s the first time the Shonda Rhimes show will…

Why The Black Gay Love Story on ‘Pose’ is Such a Big Deal

Introducing Queerty’s Lamar Dawson, who will pen a regular column called “The Broken Hearts Club,” exploring how gay men navigate dating, family, friendships, and self-acceptance through a pop culture lens. The column name is an homage to Greg Berlanti‘s 2000 film by the same name, a loving look at a group…

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