It’s been a quick ride with the first season of NBC’s sitcom “One Big Happy.” The series about a lesbian (Elisha Cuthbert) who, through artificial insemination, finds out she’s pregnant… More
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You’ve probably noticed that LGBT characters are everywhere on our televisions in such hit series as “Empire,” “How to Get Away with Murder“ and returning series like “Undateable” (which returns tonight… More
There’s a new lesbian in town this March and she’s a product of none other than probably the most famous lesbian in entertainment, Ellen DeGeneres. In the new NBC sitcom,… More
Nick Jonas is getting more attention these days for his body and showing it off than his role in the DirecTV series “Kingdom” or his new CD (but maybe that’s the… More
If you’re a lover of television, as I am, then the Paley Center For Media is the place for you. It celebrates television of all kinds past, present and future and… More
It’s no surprise that “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” season six reunion special is among the top news in black entertainment today. Joining that show is Ice Cube’s visit to “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” and people’s thoughts about the Lifetime film “A Day Late and a Dollar Short.” Plus, see what’s hot (KeKe Palmer lands a talk show) and not (women acting a fool on TV) along with my watchlist. Enjoy!
There’s plenty of black entertainment news to report today including Viola Davis opening up to Ellen DeGeneres about her rough childhood and Nas having a Monday night jam session with Q-Tip and The Roots. Plus, find out which cancelled VH1 show found a home on Centric and other hot (and not) items.
The 86th Academy Awards definitely was one for the history books!
It was no real surprise that front-runner Jared Leto would win the Best Supporting Actor Academy Award for his role as transgender character, Rayon, in “Dallas Buyers Club” but his acceptance… More
And this year, having out Ellen DeGeneres host the show for the second time (as well as out Exec Producers Neil Meron and Craig Zaden running the show for the second year in a row) on Sunday night isn’t the only thing gay about the 86th annual Hollywood event and I’m not just talking about the show’s planned tribute to the 75th anniversary of the Judy Garland classic, “The Wizard Of Oz.”