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‘Good Behavior’ Serves Up Letty’s Best Disguise Yet

In "Good Behavior," Letty Raines (Michelle Dockery) always gets what she wants. She even got back the one thing that had eluded her for so long-her son, Jacob (Nyles Julian Steele). Unfortunately, the deal she struck with the FBI to regain custody of her son nearly cost her the love of an assassin named Javier […]

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XFINITY LGBTQ Is Here, Queer and Bringing the Fear

Historically a genre lacking representation of LGBTQ community members, horror has a unique relationship with its queer viewers. There are many competing theories as to why that is, whether it's empathy with the demonized monster and/or with the victimized slasher bait … or perhaps it's just our stronger appreciation for the fine art of camp. […]

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‘El Canto del Colibrí’: Música para los oídos de la juventud LGBTQ

Translated by: Marcela Ramirez A medida que el Mes de la Herencia Hispana continúa y nos adentramos en el Mes de la Historia LGBTQ, hay una película que se destaca ya que traspasa ambos mundos y acorta la compleja brecha que muchos miembros de la comunidad LGBTQ latinx enfrentan. A través de un diálogo poderoso, […]

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‘El Canto del Colibrí’: Music to the Ears of LGBTQ Youth

As Hispanic Heritage Month continues and we start gearing up for LGBTQ History Month, one film comes to mind that straddles both worlds and bridges the complex gap many LatinX LGBTQ community members face. Through powerful dialogue, "El Canto del Colibrí" explores the relationships between Latino immigrant fathers and their LGBTQ family members. Much like […]

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XFINITY LGBTQ Community Recommendations: The Trevor Project

The Trevor Project is the only accredited national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to LGBTQ people under the age of 25. Trevor offers a suite of crisis intervention and suicide prevention programs, including TrevorLifeline, TrevorText and TrevorChat, as well as a peer-to-peer social network called TrevorSpace. The Trevor Project also offers an education program with resources for […]

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Why Buffy Slayed as a Gay Icon

"The hardest thing in this world is to live in it." -Buffy Summers  This week marks the 20th Anniversary of "Buffy the Vampire Slayer's" premiere episode. And while many of us have moved on from our high-school days, it would be unfair to look back at our formative years and not pay our respects to […]

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NBC’s ‘Hairspray Live!’: The Iconic Classic Gets an Updo!

  It is a one of a kind phenomenon: A classic 1988 John Waters film became a hit Broadway musical, then became a successful movie musical and, on December 7, will make its live television debut. "Hairspray," like no other story, has lent itself successfully to all of these media reincarnations. The original movie is a testament […]

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Are We Having a Lesbian Moment on Television? Top Critics Weigh In!

Last month, at the Television Critics Association Winter Press Tour, where the networks bi-annually bring stars and producers from their new and returning shows, Ellen DeGeneres was asked whether she saw a groundbreaking aspect to the new NBC sitcom, “One Big Happy.” DeGeneres is the executive producer of the new series, along with out writer/creator […]

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Fringe Gets Picked Up & Moves, Americans Watching More TV, The Hills Are Back

Here's your morning news round-up: Good morning! Fringe is moving production to Canada AND was picked up for a second season. Why the sudden move? Warner Bros. says because of "this challenging and uncertain economic environment." Nielsen has found that Americans are watching more than 151 hours of TV content per month, whether on traditional […]

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