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  • 'McCarthys' Inspired By Creator's Modern Family

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — After the sitcom "Happy Endings" was, ironically, abruptly canceled, writer Brian Gallivan looked close to home for his next gig: His own family inspired "The McCarthys," a new CBS comedy about sports-obsessed brood with one gay son.  

  • ‘Grey’s Anatomy’s Alex Landi On Straight Actors Playing Gay Roles

    (WB) Alex Landi’s character on “Grey’s Anatomy” is the first gay male surgeon to appear on the medical drama.
  • A Look at ‘Looking,’ HBO’s New Gay Drama

    As HBO's Looking begins, Patrick (Jonathan Groff) is looking for love in the wrong place — the bushes at his local park. He tries to kiss the guy who approaches him, and asks for his trick's name. "Stop talking!" is the response.

  • All My Gay Friends Are Getting Married Relaunch

    October 11 is National Coming Out Day, and to celebrate ABC is re-releasing its digital talk series “All My Gay Friends Are Getting Married,” hosted by TV personality and comedian Michelle Collins.  

  • Archie And The Gang Coming To TV, Including Kevin Keller

    (CNN) -- Archie Andrews has lived, died and become a zombie. And now, the cartoon character is returning to TV.

  • NBC Sitcom A Reflection of Writer's Story

    PASADENA, Calif. (AP) — Everyone has those days where their life feels like a sitcom.

  • New Exhibit Tunes in to LGBT TV Characters

    Flip through the channels and you might find “Looking,” a comedy series about a group of gay thirtysomethings living in San Francisco, or reruns of “Will & Grace,” the first network series with an openly gay main character. You could even land on Logo, a network that showcases all LGBT-themed programming.

  • New TV Series Looking for LGBTQ Couples

    Los Angeles casting company True Entertainment, in partnership with Crybaby Media, is looking for LGBT couples across America to star in a “fun, new LGBTQ social experiment TV series,” according to a press release. 

  • Queerly Digital: Will and Grace Revival

    When we said goodbye to Will Truman and Grace Adler in 2006, the pair had drifted apart and were living separate lives with their respective partners and their children, not exactly a strong premise upon which to base a revival of the series.