Hailed as the “Gay Frontline” by NPR’s Marilyn Pittman, PBS documentary show ‘In the Life’ takes a look at the complexity of the LGBT Latino experience in its June Pride episode: “Orgullo Latino” (“Latino Pride”).
‘Girls’ is like nothing else on television. Lena Dunham’s upstart series about literate young ladies learning to navigate their post-collegiate 20s has arguably become this season’s most divisive premiere.
In a documentary The New York Times called “one of the top 10 films of the year,” filmmaker David Weissman takes us to the streets of San Francisco, circa the early ’80s, when a strange gay cancer was making its way through the gay community.
Out in space, and elsewhere: George Takei, best known for his role as Mr. Sulu in Star Trek, tackles far weightier material with Allegiance, a new musical about the U.S. internment of Japanese Americans during World War II.
There’s plenty to watch on Logo this summer besides Buffy and Absolutely Fabulous reruns. This Saturday, Logo airs the documentary Positive Youth, which focuses on the lives of four HIV-positive adults, gay and straight, between the ages of 18 and 27. The range of identities is quite diverse.
Are you a Glamazon? Think you have what it takes to work it out on the main stage? Now’s your chance! Logo is calling for all “America’s Next Drag Superstar” hopefuls to upload their audition videos on Facebook now through April 18.
The 47-year-old columnist, podcaster and pundit answers questions from college students around the country on “Savage U,” which premieres Tuesday. Each 30-minute episode is set at a different university, and students determine the topics discussed.
Wicked Wanda Sykes — actress, comedian, activist — hasn’t allowed parenthood to dull her razor-sharp wit. Or has she?
WE tv has greenlit the new docu-soap “Cyndi” (working title) showcasing the over-the-top life of Grammy-winning music icon Cyndi Lauper. The series is slated to premiere on WE tv this summer.