Television

Logo Launches LGBT-focused 2016 Election Series With Chelsea Clinton Interview

Today, LOGO announced the launch of it’s LGBT-focused 2016 election coverage with a digital series hosted by celebrated LGBT advocate and social media star, Raymond Braun. The announcement includes Braun’s sit down interview with Chelsea Clinton at the DNC (watch above), which centered on her her parents views on LGBT rights and her role as(…)

Documentary on San Francisco Trans Movement Premieres Online (VIDEO)

This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Compton’s Cafeteria Riot in San Francisco’s Tenderloin neighborhood, one of the first recorded transgender riots in United States history. In a recent NPR story, it was called “the transgender community’s debut on the stage of American political history” by Susan Stryker, one of the directors of the(…)

Real O’Neals Renewed Despite Right-Wing Outcry

ABC has renewed The Real O’Neals, the sitcom about an Irish Catholic Chicago family with a gay son, for a second season despite the efforts of right-wing groups that had denounced the show as anti-Christian and excessively sexual. One Million Moms, a project of the American Family Association (an anti-LGBT hate group), had urged sponsors(…)

Logo Announces 2016 Groundbreaking Documentary Slate Featuring LGBT Heroes

Logo announced a series of new documentary films that showcase topical social issues and illuminate untold stories of LGBT individuals overcoming incredible odds. The upcoming slate from Logo Documentary Films includes stories of a professional athlete who battles and overcomes mental illness, soldiers who fall in love before seeing their romance ripped apart by war,(…)

‘Eastsiders’ Nominated for Two Daytime Emmy Awards

  The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences has announced nominations for the 43rd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards and EastSiders: The Series was included in the Outstanding Daytime Digital Drama Series category. Called “Funny and Heartbreaking” by Entertainment Weekly, the critically-acclaimed LGBT series premiered its first season on Logo in 2012 and was subsequently(…)

Here TV Announces Premiere of First Original Game Show, ‘Modd Couples’

LGBT television network, Here TV has announced the premiere of its first original game show, Modd Couples. The show, hosted by Emmy-nominated Here TV personality David Millbern and comedian Olivia Harewood, features two couples – one gay and one straight – battling it out over three rounds to win fabulous prizes. All six episodes are(…)