Metro Weekly

Television

  • Watch and Wear

    Long before the Fab Five of Queer Eye took to the airwaves, fashionistas on TLC's What Not to Wear were transforming eyesores into knockouts. In...

  • Gay Dreaming

    If you're insecure and scare easily, Hollywood isn't the town for you. That's the sobering message behind Gay Hollywood, a powerful new documentary from AMC...

  • Unconditionally Awful

    Unconditional Love is one of those strange, wretched made-for-TV movies that leaves one asking that familiar Hollywood question: What on earth were they smoking? The...

  • Trickery

    BOY MEETS BOY It's amazing how truly awful television can be. Just when you think it can't get any worse, Bravo brings us Boy Meets...

  • Whined and Dined

    Like the food at any good restaurant, reality TV has to evolve to keep its viewers coming back for more. And who better to drive...

  • Eye Opener

    In television, summer is the season for cable to shine. Because the broadcast networks usually load their schedules with reruns, viewers in search of something...

  • Sex Hits Six

    Much is made of the explosion of gay and lesbian characters on TV these days: the semi-charming Will & Grace, the potent Six Feet Under,...

  • Living Inharmonious

    American cities have carried on a love affair with gays and lesbians for much of the past thirty years. It's no secret that cities covet...

  • A Soldier's Story

    Despite occasional lapses into political diatribes, the core romance of Soldier's Girl fuels a tragic story The problem with political rants is they get pretty...

  • Up the Creek

    Well past its prime, teen soap opera Dawson's Creek calls it a day Last Call: Dawson's Creekbids farewell. As filming wrapped on the series finale...

  • Pomp and Circumstance

    Grooms with a View: Dan and Gregg. (Photo courtesy of Bravo) As far as guilty pleasures go, mine don't get much guiltier than The Disney...