WHY DID WE SEE LESS LGBTQ+ CHARACTERS IN 2020?

GLAAD‘s annual Where We Are on TV report is officially here and reveals some shocking facts about LGBTQ+ representation. Out of 773 television series regular characters on broadcast television, just 9.1 percent (70) are LGBTQ+, four of those being straight transgender characters. This is a decrease from 10.2 percent since last year’s report, and it’s unclear why exactly, though…

👑 RUPAUL’S DRAG RACE: 🎤 SEASON 13, EPISODE 3 – “PHENOMENON” 💄

After last week’s delightful return to the runway on RuPaul’s Drag Race, some firm favorites have already taken hold. With one loss already under each of their dance belts, the Pork Chop queens come into this week’s featured episode with a lot to prove. Thankfully, these seconds were anything but sloppy. Mirroring last week’s runway show and group…

GLAAD TV REPORT: LGBTQ+ REPRESENTATION, DRIVEN BY FOUR CREATORS, DIPS

For the first time in years, LGBTQ+ representation on television has fallen. According to GLAAD’s lates Where We Are on TV report, 70 of the 773 series regular characters on 2020 broadcast TV’s scripted prime-time shows could be classified as members of the community (9.1 percent). That’s a dip from last year’s all-time high of 10.2 percent….

ANDRA DAY IS RIVETING AS BI BLUES SINGER BILLIE HOLIDAY IN TIMELY FILM

The life of bisexual blues singer Billie Holiday has been covered in pop culture before. Diana Ross played her in the 1972 film Lady Sings the Blues, and Audra McDonald won a Tony Award for portraying her in the play Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar and Grill. But Lee Daniels’s The United States vs. Billie Holiday, starring a riveting Andra…

‘DRAG RACE’ JUST DROPPED SEASON 13s FIRST LIP SYNC & IT’S GOOD

As 2020 winds to a close, the next season of RuPaul’s Drag Race is gearing up. Though the show is currently running a marathon on Logo — they started with the first season Friday and are playing every single episode until January 1, 2021 when season 13 will launch — now, they’ve released the first act of Drag…

BILLY PORTER WILL COHOSE 2020 NEW YEAR’S EVE SHOW WITH RYAN SEACREST

Porter, who hosted the New Orleans festivities for the first time last year, will be joined by multiplatinum-selling artist Ciara, who will once again be hosting the Los Angeles festivities on the same broadcast. Country artist Jessie James Decker will also be returning as Powerball correspondent for the second year in a row, giving updates…