If you haven’t been watching Under the Dome, there’s still time for you to catch up. The CBS show, adapted from a Stephen King novel of the same name, follows the people of Chester’s Mill as some are trapped under a mysterious dome and unable to communicate with the outside world, including family members and friends they were separated from without warning. The series, which was just picked up for a second season, has an interesting cast of characters including a lesbian couple and their teenage daughter.
Though he's still relatively unknown in America, comedian Josh Thomas has already made quite a name for himself back in his home country of Australia for his award-winning standup and acclaimed TV comedy series 'Please Like Me.' Now thanks to the newly-launched Pivot TV network, American audiences will get a chance to check out Josh's brand of clever/awkward comedy for themselves starting tonight. GLAAD spoke with Josh in advance of his show's premiere.
ABC is turning to an Oscar winner for its next miniseries. The network is teaming with Dustin Lance Black to develop an eight-hour scripted miniseries about the gay rights movement, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.
You're invited! RSVP on Facebook to the wedding of Stef and Lena from ABC Family's hit drama The Fosters and check out a sneak peek from next week's episode! Don't miss the wedding on the season finale of The Fosters next Monday, August 5 at 9/8 c on ABC Family!
I had high expectations for The Fosters when it debuted on ABC Family in June, the first mainstream drama to focus on same-sex parents and their kids. I’m happy to say it more than met those expectations, while also throwing in a few pleasant surprises. The show has meant a lot to me as a lesbian mom -- and to many others as well. I therefore invite you to join me, the Family Equality Council, and GLAAD this week by tweeting about what the show has meant to you. Use the #TheFosters hashtag and write something like, "#TheFosters has meant [....]"