Next Tuesday, September 10, Logo TV will launch its live-streamed "Logo Town Hall" series with a round-table discussion on LGBT discrimination in Russia. The discussion is scheduled for 4pm EST, and will revolve around recent violence against the LGBT community in Russia, particularly the nation's passage of a law prohibiting "gay propaganda."
Her emotional journey has given voice to a struggle that many high schoolers face, but few have seen represented on TV. During an interview with Entertainment Tonight, Naya says that she is excited (and a bit overwhelmed) to be given this important role.
The activism of the LGBT community and its allies played a significant role, but something else served to drive the country in a certain direction. In four years, Hollywood happened. More specifically, television happened.
The CW's new reality show Capture features 12 teams of two dropped in a remote, mountainous area for one month, as they compete to be the last team standing and take home the $250,000 grand prize. This season features host and "Game Master" Luke Tipple and three out contestants, including James Wallington. James spoke with GLAAD about his experience on the show, challenging stereotypes, and what he hopes viewers will get from his story.
As if making her network television debut wasn't nerve wracking enough, comedian Cameron Esposito had to perform her first late-night television routine on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson in front of not one, but two comedy legends.