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The star and creative force behind Freeform's heartfelt comedy Everything's Gonna Be Okay has his own way of looking at the world
Charlie is the first openly gay season regular on CNBC in the new reality real estate show, "Listing Impossible"
FX miniseries will follow the fight for women's equality in the 1970s, and anti-LGBTQ Schlafly's opposition to it
Awkwafina's frenetic charm takes center stage on Comedy Central's "Awkwafina is Nora from Queens"
GLAAD calls for 20% of series regulars to be LGBTQ by 2025, with half of LGBTQ characters being people of color
Peaky Blinders returns with its signature poise, power, and unfettered style
"Downton Abbey" is a comforting, if rushed, return to the beloved upstairs-downstairs drama
"Halston" skirts some of the details along its fantastic voyage into the world of the gay fashion icon
Show's creators say it has been "a privilege to make you laugh"
Hall will break bread at a special Story District on July 27
John Merrill says Americans are "too busy being preoccupied with homosexual activities" on TV
RuPaul is once again up for best host, his fourth nomination in the category
From starring in 'Hamlet' at Shakespeare to directing 'Bright Colors' at Studio, all the world’s his stage. Literally.
The Argentinian actor faced homophobia growing up and struggled to accept himself
The Fab Five return to Kansas City, and viewers are being dared to "try not to cry"