The CW and Showtime are leading the way in their representation of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community on television.
According to the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation's sixth annual Network Responsibility Index, which measures the quantity, quality and diversity of images LGBT people on broadcast and cable TV, The CW remains the top broadcast network (with 29% of its programming being LGBT-inclusive), as well as the most racially diverse (62%). Showtime tops the cable networks with 46% LGBT-friendly programming.
La Toya Jackson will be the subject of a new reality show on OWN, the network announced.
Life With La Toya will follow Jackson as she juggles the demands of her famous family and her growing entertainment business empire.
Chaz Bono is heading back to high school! The transgender activist has landed a guest spot on Degrassi: The Next Generation, People reports.
Bono will appear as himself, playing a celebrity guest judge at Degrassi's Battle of the Bands in an episode scheduled to air this fall.
Dancing for the Mirrorball trophy proved rewarding for more than just the winners of Dancing with the Stars.
Kristie Alley, Joey Fatone and Chaz Bono all lost weight when they put on their dancing shoes for the ABC reality competition show. Alley is perhaps Dancing's biggest loser, as the diet and exercise routine she used on the show ultimately led to her losing 100 pounds...
After ABC confirmed next season's all-stars outing of Dancing with the Stars, Tom Bergeron revealed that it will feature past champions, fan favorites and controversial cast members, which kind of took the wind out of sails. Do we really want to see Kate Gosselin again? No. Since season-planning is still in a nascent stage, we want to offer our two cents on how we think the season should be. Here are our five wishes for all-stars: