A&E's Duck Dynasty has made headlines for its record ratings, but now the family's patriarch is under fire for anti-gay comments he made in GQ.
Percentage of LGBT characters on TV has dropped, GLAAD report says
In the upcoming issue, on stands December 24, Phil Robertson opens up about faith, politics and homosexuality. In one of his more explicit comments, Robertson tells the magazine, "It seems like, to me, a vagina—as a man—would be more desirable than a man's anus. That's just me. I'm just thinking: There's more there! She's got more to offer. I mean, come on, dudes! You know what I'm saying? But hey, sin: It's not logical, my man. It's just not logical."
Melissa Benoist, Alex Newell
The percentage of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) characters on broadcast networks in primetime has dropped, according to a new report from GLAAD released Friday.
According to the organization's annual "Where We Are On TV" study, LGBT characters make up...
Wentworth Miller revealed that he is gay in a letter condemning Russia's anti-LGBT laws.
The Prison Break star penned the letter after being invited to the Russian Film Festival. He rejected the invitation, writing...
Wilson Cruz and Claire Danes
Almost 20 years after the show's debut, much of the cast of My So-Called Life will reunite at the second annual ATX Television Festival.
Taking the stage this summer will be Wilson Cruz, Devon Odessa, Bess Armstrong, Devon Gummersall and creator Winnie Holzman. Stars Claire Danes and Jared Leto are unable to attend.
Wilson Cruz, My So-Called Life
Back in 1994, one of the best series never to make it was born: My So-Called Life, a teen drama with such heart and truthfulness that many (including its network) didn't know what to make of it. For anyone who was a teenager — or an overgrown teenager — back then and watched each week with bated breath, the complete series is being released today on DVD in a special collectible set. TVGuide.com talked to Wilson Cruz, now 34, whose Rickie Vasquez had one of the show's most poignant storylines, about the show's legacy.
TVGuide.com: After more than a decade, why does My So-Called Life still speak to people so much?Wilson Cruz: I think it took its audience really seriously but didn't take itself too seriously. In the end, what it was trying to say with the parallel storylines between the parents and the adolescent