‘Queer Eye’ is About to Tackle Trump’s America Head On

This is not your mother's queer eye.

In “SMILF” and “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” Single Motherhood Gets Its Due

Two new shows dedicate themselves to turning a cliche on its head.

Hulu’s “Runaways” Gives Us Our First Marvel Lesbian Superhero

That rag-tag gang of Brentwood kids is out to stop Scientology in its tracks!

“Alias Grace” Tells a Story of Historical True Crime, with a Lesbian Twist

The Margaret Atwood adaptation is full of twists, turns, and highly suggestive undertones.

GLAAD’s Television Survey Shows LGBTQ+ Representation at an All-Time High

It’s not just the prestige shows like “Transparent” or “Orange is the New Black” that are calling attention to queer lives on screen.

To Catch a Killer, Before He Kills

In “Mindhunter,” the FBI Explores the Emotional Science of a Killer’s Crime.

“At Home with Amy Sedaris” Lampoons Lifestyle TV…Lovingly

Amy Sedaris has long been mining this fertile territory for nuggets of weirdness even before the Trump presidency made us all want to retreat into an artisan bubble bath forever.

“One Mississippi’s” Second Season Cuts Deep

The second season of Tig Notaro's biting comedy gets real about abuse and survival.

Jeffrey Tambor and Judith Light Spill the T on Transparent Season 4

Who's ready for a new season of Transparent?

“Atypical” is Trying Really, Really Hard to Get It

The Netflix show about life on the autism spectrum is an important stepping stone...to better shows about life on the autism spectrum.

“Difficult People” is the Most Opinionated Show on Television

That’s why it’s one of the best.

“The Bold Type” is a Gayer “Sex and the City”

The new Freeform show gambles with complex sexual identities – and wins