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Michael Cimino, who is straight, said he received homophobic comments and death threats for playing Love, Victor's gay lead
"Love, Victor" leans into its teen soap tendencies, while still diving deeper into a nuanced tale of queer acceptance
Conservatives barred trans teen Mack Beggs from wrestling as a boy in high school. Hulu's "Changing the Game" recounts his story.
Hulu's adaptation ventures to "places we've never been before," says executive producer Warren Littlefield
The gloriously body-positive, queer-inclusive comedy Shrill brings it home for a smooth landing in its final season
Soleil Moon Frye provides a candid glimpse -- but just a glimpse -- at a generation of child actors surviving stardom in "Kid 90"
God bless the ambition of "The United States vs. Billie Holiday," but the fevered drama is still a miss
Happiest Season breaks new ground for Hollywood holiday rom-coms by decking the halls with lesbian romance.
In this week's issue, we talk to Sarah McBride and Brian Sims about the 2020 election and its historic wins.
Hulu's "Helstrom" keeps its focus too firmly set on the rearview mirror
"Umbrella Academy" and "Dark" use time as a narrative device, while "Mrs. America" returns us to a critical time in our history
Whether it’s her new Netflix special or writing for SNL, Sam Jay is building a comedy career that is as bold as it is masterful.
"Love, Victor" star Michael Cimino wants to show that authenticity always wins the day -- even if it takes time to get there
Global Pride 2020! NYC Pride! Welcome to Chechnya! Michael Cimino of Love, Victor! Netflix's Dark! Loni Love!
Hulu's new LGBTQ series Love, Victor winds a well-acted trip through bittersweet teenage drama and romance.