And as always, we pick another Whack Job of the Week.
The Golden Girls
In our look at the week’s top stories, we check in with a 21st century take on ‘The Golden Girls’ (or at least their house) and problems of the well-hung
TV once focused on gay teens and young adults, but thanks to shows like ‘West 40s,’ ‘Will & Grace’ and ‘Silver Foxes,’ older gay men are getting screen time
Our bags are packed!
Look like a star with David Beckham grooming products or invite the (plastic) Golden Girls into your own home; here are this week’s current obsessions
All ready to smoke a bowl but not sure what to watch? Here’s a diverse roster of small-screen gems for the couch-locked
While Todd Chavez from ‘BoJack Horseman’ might be the most visible of the few asexual characters on TV, he’s not alone
The gay ‘Golden Girls’ show, ‘Silver Foxes’ looks like it might actually happen even though major networks refused to even read its pilot script
Our friends over at Boy Culture just published an in-depth history of LGBT people on TV going back to the 1920s, and the end result is super informative
That ‘Golden Girls’ cafe in New York City just closed its doors. From ‘Roseanne’ to ‘Friends,’ we imagine five other TV shows that deserve their own pop-up
‘RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars’ season 2 winner Alaska Thunderfuck is currently embodying ‘The Golden Girls’ at The Laurie Beechman Theatre in New York City.
The co-creator of ‘Silver Foxes’ says TV has come a long way with LGBT visibility, but it’s tough selling networks on a show about older men