Yellowjackets, Heartstopper, & Abbott Elementary score LGBTQ Critics’ Dorian TV Award wins

GALECA: The Society of LGBTQ Entertainment Critics have announced the winners of its 14th Annual Dorian TV Awards. Showtime's hit series Yellowjackets, a time-jumping thriller/drama, landed Best TV Drama, with star Melanie Lynskey landing Best TV Performance. Abbott Elementary, ABC's critical darling about an underfunded public school in Philadelphia won Best TV Comedy. Netflix's Heartstopper, … Continue reading Yellowjackets, Heartstopper, & Abbott Elementary score LGBTQ Critics’ Dorian TV Award wins

Queer horror film They/Them takes a stab at conversion therapy

**This article contains spoilers for They/Them.** Queer characters don't always receive the best treatment when it comes to horror movies. For decades, members of the LGBTQ community have been seen as little more than cannon fodder supporting characters to more mainstream –and straight– final girls and guys. However, films such as 2020's underrated Freaky and … Continue reading Queer horror film They/Them takes a stab at conversion therapy

Kristen Stewart, Ariana DeBose, & Rita Moreno score wins at LGBTQ critics’ Dorian Awards

GALECA, The Society of LGBTQ Critics, has announced the winners of their 2022 Dorian Film Awards. The Netflix film The Power of the Dog took home Best Film, while Kristen Stewart's portrayal of Princess Diana in this year's Spencer landed her the Best Film Performance award. Other top winners included West Side Story's Ariana DeBose, … Continue reading Kristen Stewart, Ariana DeBose, & Rita Moreno score wins at LGBTQ critics’ Dorian Awards

The L Word: Generation Q renewed for season 3 at Showtime

After keeping fans on the edge of their seats on whether or not we will see Bettina officially reunite, Showtime has announced that it's revival of The L Word has been renewed. The L Word: Generation Q has been renewed for a third season, expected to be released later this year. The series, which focuses … Continue reading The L Word: Generation Q renewed for season 3 at Showtime

Yellowjackets, Hacks, Chucky, 9-1-1: Lone Star & Love,Victor among GLAAD Media Award Noms

The nominees for the 33rd annual GLAAD Media Awards have been announced, with the list including an impressive crop of new television shows. The awards ceremony honors projects in the media that promote queer inclusiveness and improve the overall quality of LGBTQ representation. This year's ceremony will be split between two dates, Los Angeles on … Continue reading Yellowjackets, Hacks, Chucky, 9-1-1: Lone Star & Love,Victor among GLAAD Media Award Noms

HBO Max’s Batgirl will reportedly introduce the DCEU’s first trans character

While HBO Max's Batgirl film is still in the early stages of production, a recent casting call indicates a major trans character from DC Comics will be appearing alongside Leslie Grace's Barbara Gordon. A recent casting call from Warner Bros. states that they are currently looking for "a mid-to-late 20's Asian American transgender woman" for … Continue reading HBO Max’s Batgirl will reportedly introduce the DCEU’s first trans character

Pose star MJ Rodriguez to receive Trailblazer honor from LGBTQ Critics TV Awards

Michaela Jae (MJ) Rodriguez, who stars as drag ball empress/nurse Blanca Evangelista on the hit series Pose, will accept GALECA: The Society of LGBTQ Entertainment Critics' annual LGBTQIA+ Trailblazer Award during the organizations' Dorians TV Toast 2021. Rodriguez is the first transgender performer to land a lead-role Emmy nomination, for her role on the FX … Continue reading Pose star MJ Rodriguez to receive Trailblazer honor from LGBTQ Critics TV Awards

The L Word: Generation Q sets season 2 premiere date

Sophie's choice is upon us. Multiple sources, including series regular Jacqueline Toboni, have confirmed that season two of The L Word: Generation Q will premiere towards the end of summer on August 6, 2021 on Showtime. Last season left us with a couple of huge cliffhangers, with Sophie (Rosanny Zayas) about to make a decision … Continue reading The L Word: Generation Q sets season 2 premiere date

Clea Duvall to write and direct High School, based on the lives of Tegan & Sara

Clea DuVall is returning to the director's chair to helm High School, a coming-of-age comedy series based on the real lives of Platinum recording artists Tegan and Sara Quin. DuVall recently received praise from both critics and audiences for her directorial work on last year's Happiest Season, a groundbreaking and award-winning LGBT holiday rom-com. High School will draw it's inspiration … Continue reading Clea Duvall to write and direct High School, based on the lives of Tegan & Sara

Latrice Royale, Alaska, JuJubee & more headline Digital Drag Fest 2021

The squirrel friends of RuPaul's Drag Race are back again for 2021's Digital Drag Fest, and this year's lineup is features some of the fiercest and funniest queens to come out of all 13 seasons of hit reality competition series. As the world is still recovering from the coronavirus pandemic, drag queens from across the … Continue reading Latrice Royale, Alaska, JuJubee & more headline Digital Drag Fest 2021