Richard Chamberlain, the Dr. Kildare heartthrob who came out in 2003, is advising other gay actors to stay in the closet.
Lady Gaga, Neil Patrick Harris react to repeal of "Don't Ask, Don't Tell"
"It's complicated. There's still a tremendous amount of homophobia in our culture. It's regrettable, it's stupid, it's heartless, and it's immoral, but there it is," he tells The Advocate. "For an actor ...
The guest stars and events that the networks have planned for the third week of November sweeps:
Sunday, Nov. 14
Desperate Housewives (ABC)
It's Thanksgiving on Wisteria Lane and Bree is having dinner with Keith and his parents, who aren't so fond of Bree. Why should her holiday be any different than the rest of ours?
Hey everyone. This is Aldis Hodge, aka Hardison, and as you know, Leverage is definitely back in action on our new night, Sundays at 9/8c on TNT. And then we give you another episode at 10/9c.
Last week, we gave you double...
It was a juicy boys' club episode tonight, with several of the DH husbands hiding secrets and threatening blackmail for favors. The one husband with something more deadly on his mind, perhaps murder or some kind of evil vengeance, was Victor. Of course he didn't die; of course he was found and remembers everything. There's no way Gaby and Carlos were going to get away with everything, especially after stupidly wiping all the fingerprints from the boat. Geez, neither Victor nor Gaby had decent poker faces in that hospital. But for now it looks as though the cops are dropping the case, which means they won't be watching Victor's every move
.As for the other guys, I loved how entwined in each other's schemes they've become. Nathan got a visit from his past, a woman from Chicago who "dropped by" when Katherine was out. Her visit gave us a peek into his possibly sordid history that Katherine occasionally alludes to. She (Sylvia) said he ruined his own life by "not telling the truth ...
The past few weeks have been trying ones for anyone who cares about TV and the potentially devastating impact the ongoing writers strike could have on the current season and beyond. Which is why, being a cockeyed optimist and all, Ive been cautiously thanking the fates ever since hearing that the Writers Guild and the producers alliance are going back to the negotiating table on Monday. No guarantee, of course, that this will mean a quick end to the standoff that has shut so much production down already. But hey, its Thanksgiving week, so lets stay in a thankful and hopeful mode, OK?In that light, here are 10 more reasons to be thankful about the current week in TV as we head into the Thanksgiving break.1. Were still in a sweeps month, which has allowed us most nights to live blissfully in denial that a strike is even happening, since new episodes continue to abound (including over most of this long holiday weekend). Depending on what happen...