(Edge): It's been over 20 years since Ellen DeGeneres's iconic coming out moment on her "Ellen" TV sitcom. The talk show host is now reflecting on the media attention and the hate she received at the time in a new interview with AdWeek.
(WCT) Fox has announced the full cast for the upcoming live musical event Rent, which will air Sunday, Jan. 27, a press release noted.
(EDGE) After an absence of 20 years, "Roseanne" is about to prove that it can still push some cultural buttons.
The LGBT community's most eagerly awaited television event comes to small screens with the Feb. 27 premiere of "When We Rise," an epic, all-star docudrama about the early days of San Francisco's equality movement.
(WB) Disney Channel has canceled its groundbreaking coming-of-age tween series “Andi Mack” after three seasons.
In the 99th episode of Fox television comedy “Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” show mainstay Rosa Diaz was revealed to be bisexual.
Former “Doctor Who” Actor Pearl Mackie has responded to criticism of a female playing The Doctor by telling fans the role is a genderless entity.
Being a 20-something virgin, Jane has a lot to learn about dating. In a recent episode of The CW's “Jane the Virgin,” she struggled to come to terms with dating a bisexual partner with her own conservative upbringing.
Reality show star Ryan Cleary is fighting male bisexual stigma after coming out.
Hulu released the official trailer for “The Bisexual” which will air on Nov. 16.
The Netflix series and “Sabrina the Teenage Witch” spinoff, “The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina,” will feature a non-binary witch, played by non-binary actor, Lachlan Watson.
On July 23 HBO will premiere "Looking: The Movie," a feature length finale to its short-lived comedy-drama about a close-knit group of 30-ish gay men in San Francisco. Eighteen episodes were produced over two seasons.
After last season of Netflix show Black Mirror prominently featured a lesbian couple in one of its storylines, the new season has fans frustrated there is no LGBT storylines or characters this season.
More LGBT characters are making it onto the silver screen than ever before, but that representation doesn’t always last. A study by GLAADconfirmed over 25 lesbian and bisexual female characters have been killed off on television shows this year — sending a message that LGBT people are disposable. Here are five of those characters who died on television in 2016. Major spoilers below.
Captain Sandy Yawn runs a tight ship—make that a multi-million dollar mega-yacht.
The cast of "Will & Grace" has reunited to get voters to the polls in a way only they could.
Hillary Rodham Clinton is facing a question with global implications as she seeks the White House: What do you call the husband of a U.S. president?
NEW YORK -- Hillary Rodham Clinton paid a visit to "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" on Tuesday, receiving the host's blessing as a presidential hopeful while touching on issues including equal rights and email and delivering a number of clever lines.
(CNN) -- There's a new reality TV show, called "My Husband's Not Gay," about four men in Utah who say they are attracted to men and yet have chosen to marry women. The show has stirred up controversy, in some cases for all the wrong reasons.