Officials from the popular reality show "RuPaul’s Drag Race" responded to criticisms by fans and activists, who say the show used transphobic language during a mini-challenge.
A few shows are launching in the springtime and more fan favorites are coming back for new seasons; here’s a rundown of nine new must-sees and six returning favorites.
A few months back, Australian filmmaker Tonnette Stanford, an out lesbian, presented two pilot episodes of her web series "Love Bytes." Now she’s seeking funding for the series.
Milk did well in the lip sync for your life, but Trinity killed it and got to stay, which left Milk sashaying away. As you will see below, Milk is a really grounded and intelligent human being.
The first season of "GAYS: The Series" is unfolding on the Internet. EDGE caught up with the ’indie series’ creator, writer co-star Peter Dunn, as well as with cast ensemble member Jay Thomas about the innovative social comedy you won’t find on HBO.
To give credit where credit is due, this was a stellar Lip synch for your life, but in the end it was April who sashayed away. April was very sweet and it was a pleasure to interview her.
As the glittering world of Selfridge’s celebrates its fifth anniversary with pomp, change is evident everywhere -- the beginnings of the societal tsunami soon to be wrought by World War I.
Marc Cherry’s latest serious focuses on the class issues of a bunch of sexy domestics and their relationships with their wealthy clients. Drama inevitably ensues. Sadly, the DVD does not add any more redeeming value to the series.
Armando Iannucci’s tightly-scripted scenes and rapid-fire performances about those "who lie for a living" rule as the White House distances itself from second banana Selina Meyer (snarky Julia Louis-Dreyfus) by giving her "Quaker in a tittie bar" looks.