The 40th Annual Daytime Entertainment Emmy Awards winners were announced last night and the winners included several LGBT-inclusive series featuring some of daytime television's most prominent characters and personalities.
True Blood's Kristin Bauer van Straten stops by our THR studio to tease season 6 of Fox's drama. Kristin also lets us know what we can expect from her character Pam and possible love interest Tara played by Rutina Wesley.
This will be a very special Father's Day. It will be my first Father's Day since my husband and I adopted our baby boy Lucas. It will also be the first Father's Day in many years that I will get to celebrate in person with my own father, who's been living in Ecuador for many years.
Growing up Latina, I was taught the importance of family from an early age. Our families are at the center of everything we do; they are there for us during the most significant moments of our lives and the most painful ones. As Latinos, we are taught to support all of our family members unconditionally, no matter the circumstance. It’s part of who we are.
My son has had a huge crush on Blaine, a popular character on Glee played by Darren Criss, for two years now. Fast-forward a few months, and Darren Criss announced a 16-city concert tour. The tour wasn't coming to our city, but it was coming within (long) driving distance. We had to make it work.
Season four has been touted as "the season of answers" courtesy of executive producer Marlene King, and she reaffirmed that statement at an evening celebrating the hit ABC Family drama at the Paley Center on Monday, revealing that viewers will find out whether Alison (Sasha Pieterse) is indeed dead or alive — and what actually happened the night she disappeared.
Sarah Paulson was put through the wringer on FX's second installment of American Horror Story. In Asylum, Paulson plays Lana Winters, a 1950s-era lesbian journalist determined to expose the wrongdoings inside a mental institution.