While we often think of LGBTQ characters on TV as a more modern phenomenon, our list of gay TV moments goes back to the 1970s
Will and Grace
Bomer will play “a smooth-talking, self-satisfied TV news anchor,” who’s a love interest for Will.
While guesting on the HFPA podcast, Messing offered up teasers for the anticipated Will & Grace revival Season 2
The comedian, who rose to fame with her own E! late-night talk show, will play a client of Grace’s design firm
Mark Fitzpatrick’s Will & Grace LEGO is pretty cool, but we thought of 5 other playsets inspired by LGBTQ TV and film that we’d love to play with
This Pride Month, Rotten Tomatoes is celebrating our community by curating a list of top 10 LGBTQ films and top 10 LGBTQ TV shows since 2010
“It felt like I won the lottery,” he tells us about having secured a guest role on the ‘Will & Grace’ season finale earlier this month
With all the TV reboots airing now, soon to release and currently the stuff of rumors, it can be hard to keep up
Marlon Bundo’s Going to Every Elementary School in Indiana Thanks to the ‘Will and Grace’ Showrunner
We hope the Vice President’s pet bunny’s ready to hop back home; Max Mutchnick just bought copies of John Oliver’s book for every Indiana school
Ellen DeGeneres and Sean Hayes are by far two of the funniest out people on television, and this ‘Battle of the Gays’ exchange between them proves why.
Conservatives are fuming after Will & Grace made a joke about Senators John McCain and Lindsey Graham having ‘sexual tension’ last week
Every once in a while a TV show gets it right, like with these stand-out characters throughout decades of television