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In the next few weeks Lifetime's GLAAD Media Award-winning series Drop Dead Diva, will air its final episode. The Advocate interviewed showrunner Josh Berman and took a look back at some of the LGBT-inclusive episodes.
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Ari South, whose fashion line uses her former name, Andy South, was a top three finalist on season eight of "Project Runway." After transitioning from Andy to Ari, she now returns for a brand new season of "Project Runway: All Stars." We conducted an interview with Ari about the changes in her life and the goals she has for this competition.
Yesterday I had the opportunity to stop by the Lifetime offices during Spirit Day and was overwhelmed by the support and dedication from the staff during the anti-bullying initiative. The whole staff was wearing purple!
Lifetime talent and employees will be going purple on Spirit Day. The network reached out to their talent to get the word out about the anti-bullying initiative and many responded with excitement saying they would tweet about it.
The GLAAD Media Award-winning Lifetime series, Drop Dead Diva, is having a marathon this Sunday, leading up to its latest episode airing at 9pm/8c.
This season of Lifetime’s Project Runway featured a significant milestone for the popular reality television program. The series, which regularly features a diverse cast of fashion designers, including LGBT and HIV-positive contestants, showcased its first deaf contestant, Justin LeBlanc, who is also gay.
Today, GLAAD released its third annual Network Responsibility Index, a rep