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Husbands the Series (Season 3): Gay marriage comedy returns, with Sean Hemeon and Brad Bell

CW Network picks up original web series exclusively for its CW Seed video site

Posted by JD Uy
August 23, 2013 3:36 AM |
"Husbands the Series" has returned for its third season. The original web comedy stars Brad Bell and Sean Hemeon as a pair of famous, gay newlyweds learning how to deal with life in the spotlight. Other actors include Jon Cryer, Joss Whedon, Seth Green, Mekhi Phifer and Alessandra Torresani. New this season, the series has moved from its YouTube channel to ... [Read]

Angie Zapata, 18, was brutally murdered in July of 2008 at her rural home in Greely, Colorado. According to a new crime show, "The excessive injuries to Angie's body reeked of overkill, and suggested a deeply personal motive." The Investigation Disovery channel (ID) program aired earlier this week, and is set to air again Saturday, June 15, at 10 am. Titled ... [Read]

Amazon releases 8 new, original comedies

Posted by JD Uy
April 30, 2013 5:36 AM |
UPDATE: Amazon announced at the end of May 2013 that it had chosen five shows to develop for it's original series -- Alpha House and Betas were the two winners from this group, plus three kids shows -- Creative Galaxy, Annebots, and Tumbleaf. Had your fill of TV talent competitions? Your YouTube player is too choppy to bear? Well, there are ... [Read]

Season 2 of "Husbands the Series" is now available on YouTube.  Starring Brad Bell and Sean Hemeon as Cheeks and Brady, this web comedy was partially crowdsourced at Kickstarter. This season, the series has been condensed into three 8-minute episodes rather than eleven 2-minute clips. Hollywood stars Joss Whedon and Jon Cryer are featured members of the cast. Check out the whole ... [Read]

Every Saturday night, the Black Cat screens an episode from the popular vampire series that aired a decade ago, before bloodsucking creatures were everywhere: Buffy the Vampire Slayer. The 14th Street venue offers the screening in its downstairs Backstage space and dubs it "Hellmouth Happy Hour," with drink specials -- and best of all, you only pay for the drinks. ... [Read]

That intrepid LGBT media watchdog GLAAD -- The Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation -- released its fifth annual Network Responsibility Index this morning. The report "maps the quantity, quality and diversity of images of LGBT people on television." The organization evaluated Primetime programming on all five broadcast networks, and 10 of the major cable networks. Highlights: The CW remains ... [Read]

Chris Colfer, Lea Michele and Cory Monteith will all be graduating Glee next year. We're sorry to see him (them) go. Extra had this interview to share with the openly-gay Colfer. Glee star and newly anointed Emmy nominee Chris Colfer talked with Extra's Jerry Penacoli about his character, the colorful Kurt Hummel, leaving the show after next season, how he’d ... [Read]

This just in: A sneak peek at some moments from Monday's episode of RuPaul's Drag Race, airing on Logo on Monday, March 21 at 10pm (9pm Central), and featuring guest celebrity judges Carmen Electra and Jody Watley. Gay Video & Lesbian Movies - Logo: Fierce TV ... [Read]