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    Queer Girl Friday: Saying Goodbye to ‘OINTB,’ ‘Will and Grace,’ and Awards Circuit’s First Queer Girl

    I’m Selina, Awards Circuit’s queer Girl Friday for everything LGBTQIA+ on film and TV! This past week seals the end for two popular TV shows, “Orange is the New Black,” which dropped its final season just last Friday, and “Will & Grace,” which sadly announced that its next season will be its last. Here are […] More

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    What’s On TV? – Thursday (1/31/2019) – ‘Will & Grace’ Returns and ’30 for 30′ Goes Primetime

    “Will & Grace” from its midseason hiatus tonight. The Emmy-winning series has its eyes set on the 2019 Emmys, and another series hopes to join them. “30 for 30” returns for the first time in 2019 tonight as well. The new documentary film, “Deion’s Double Play” tells the story of how Deion Sanders played for both […] More

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    Queer Girl Friday: Cate Blanchett, ‘Supergirl,’ ‘Will & Grace’ And the Complexities of LGBTQIA+ Representation

    I’m Selina, Awards Circuit’s queer Girl Friday for everything LGBTQIA+ on film and TV! This week was wall-to-wall rainbow news, with GLAAD’s annual TV report noting record highs for LGBTQIA+ representation and shows like “Will & Grace” and “Supergirl” creating shining moments for their gay and trans characters. But things got heated for critically acclaimed […] More

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    Queer Girl Friday: ‘Will & Grace’ Returns, HTGAWM Talks Discrimination, and Queer Trailers Abound

    I’m Selina, Awards Circuit’s queer Girl Friday for everything LGBTQIA+ on TV and film! “Will & Grace” is back, “How To Get Away With Murder” is still making me gasp at my TV, and we even got full trailers for Netflix’s “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” and Hulu’s “Marvel’s Runaways.” Read on for “Will & Grace” […] More

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    Queer Girl Friday: Every LGBTQIA+ Highlight of the 2018 Emmy Nominations

    I’m Selina, Awards Circuit’s queer Girl Friday for everything LGBTQIA+ on TV! The Primetime Emmy nominations were FINALLY announced this morning, with Netflix claiming the most nominations for a single studio (even with HBO’s “Game of Thrones” eligible again after a season off). Because I’m a queer nerd with too much time on my hands, […] More

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    Emmys: A Deep Comedy Series Lineup Will Result in Surprises

    Unlike the Outstanding Drama Series race, the comedy series contenders seems to be much deeper. There are maybe 15 contenders that have a real shot to get into the race. Of those, only a pair seem like sure things. Let’s jump on in and explore the race for Outstanding Comedy Series. Tier 1: The No-Doubt About […] More

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    Can Recent TV Reboots Defend Their Emmy Crown?

    The big story of the 2017/2018 TV season has been the rise of reboots. Every network buys into reboot fever for a variety of reasons. One sells through established intellectual property easier than original ideas to mass audiences. What’s old can be new again with the right take. Furthermore, our current climate provides plenty of […] More

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    PaleyFest LA 2018 Announces Stars and Lineup, Plus Tribute to Barbra Streisand

    The Paley Center for Media announced the lineup for their upcoming PaleyFest LA 2018. PaleyFest LA is widely considered the ultimate festival for television fans. Each year, the stars and creators of some of television’s hottest shows come together in Hollywood to bring special screenings, panels, and behind-the-scenes looks at their favorite shows. This year’s […] More

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    Final Predictions for 2018 Golden Globes and Producers Guild of America

    The Golden Globes have an interesting influence on the Oscar race and this Sunday, they will have an opportunity to shine a light on particular films and contenders while Oscar ballots are in hand, as they go out on Friday.  Last year, they began the talk that “La La Land” would make history when it […] More

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    TV Review: ‘Will and Grace’ Finds Their Chemistry Still In Tact

    Premiering in 1998, “Will and Grace” revolutionized TV. Former Vice President Joe Biden emphasized the cultural impact of the sitcom, remarking that it was a tremendous force in reshaping people’s perception of the LGBT community and the issues the community faces. In the eyes of 1998 – 2006, the show was both daring and hilarious […] More