"Welcome to the Family" offers precious little reason to roll out the welcome mat.
In its first-ever study of Hollywood, non-profit org GLAAD says only 14 films from last year contained LGBT characters, calling its findings "inadequate."
Although messy and at times uneven, the one-hour series feels like a bull's-eye with the sort of premium-cable space the distributor is eager to carve out with its original efforts.
Don Cheadle and Kerry Washington talk frankly about life and work in the industry, issues of gender and race, and the role of activism
The late activist Vito Russo comes home to the GLAAD Media Awards this year in Gotham. Not only are exec producers Neil Meron and Craig Zadan, last year's recipients of the Vito Russo Award…
Lately on TV, bad guys appear to be having all the fun, with a wave of programs romanticizing -- if not quite glorifying -- those who do terrible things. Some of TV's most compelling characters of…
The Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation says that more than half of the portrayals of transgender characters in primetime have been "negative" over the past 10 years.
Anti-gay bias takes a drubbing on the tube
The upcoming ABC sitcom "Work It" has sparked a growing backlash from various advocacy groups representing the LGBT community.
Primetime boasts more lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender characters than ever, according to a new report.