Television

The coronavirus pandemic has forced organizations all over the world to abandon their plans for in-person events and take things virtual, and that’s what GLAAD, the world’s largest media advocacy organization focusing on lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) issues, did for its 31st Annual GLAAD Media Awards. The awards honor various forms of
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The legacy of The 100 exists because of the writing that defined it. With writers like Charmaine DeGraté involved, it is no wonder that the characters and specific episodes have left such a lasting mark on the audience. Charmaine is not only the name inspiration for the badass Charmaine Diyoza, but she has also proved
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Actress/Model/Host/Author/Comedienne Wendy Stuart Kaplan has just launched her new television show “Pandemic Cooking with Wendy.” Dubbed by her friends “the Kathy Griffin of fashion”, Wendy’s hilarious, occasionally poignant story of how she became – and has remained for 30 years – one of the most successful “fit” models in the country (that size 8 you’re
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There are two kinds of horror at work in HBO’s new series Lovecraft Country. The most obvious is, of course, the absolutely terrifying literal monsters that will have you checking under your bed at night. The second is the insidious institutional racism at work in the show’s Jim Crow era setting.  During the show’s Comic-Con@Home panel,
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When it comes to fandoms, one might be hard-pressed to decide whether fans of hip-hop or comic fans are the most ride-or-die for their culture. But, as many people would argue, nobody has to choose: there’s a very vibrant and thriving fandom that celebrates both with equal fervor. (Case in point, Marvel’s Luke Cage, which made ’90s
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There’s no mystery to solve here. HBO is keeping Perry Mason on the case for another year. The premium cabler has renewed the drama series for a second season, it was announced today by Francesca Orsi, Executive Vice President, HBO Programming. “It has been an exciting journey to work with the immensely talented team behind
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Like many shows, NCIS: New Orleans had to abruptly cut its most recent season short after production ended in early March due to coronavirus, but fans of the youngest show of the NCIS franchise got good news in early May when CBS announced NCIS: New Orleans has been renewed for the 2020-21 season.  While there’s no word on exact timing for a return yet, CBS’
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