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Darlene and David show support for Mark on ‘The Connors’

Darlene and David show support for Mark on ‘The Connors’

Spoilers: This story is about a recent episode of the TV show The Connors The latest episode of The Conners to air in the USA has been lauded with praise for the way it’s handled a character coming out. Ames McNamara plays 12 year-old Mark on the Roseanne spin-off. Since he joined the story in the revived Roseanne […]

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Julia Zemiro takes Magda Szubanski back to her childhood home

Julia Zemiro takes Magda Szubanski back to her childhood home

Julia Zemiro takes Magda Szubanski back to her childhood haunts in the new series of Julia Zemiro’s Home Delivery.   Magda takes Julia to her childhood home and recalls hours spent sitting in front of the TV balancing a cushion on her head, and the aluminium windows that inspired the creation of her character Sharon Strzelecki. She […]

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‘RuPaul’s Drag Race UK’ drops extended trailer ahead of premiere

‘RuPaul’s Drag Race UK’ drops extended trailer ahead of premiere

Ten queens of the United Kingdom of Great Britain are facing off in the first season of RuPaul’s Drag Race UK this month. Fans can get a glimpse of Baga Chipz, Blu Hydrangea, Divina Di Campo, The Vivienne, Sum Ting Wong, Vinegar Strokes, Gothy Kendoll, Skaredy Kat, Cheryl Hole and Crystal entering the work room for […]

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Review | ‘Bangla’ brings the laughs to Lavazza Italian Film Festival

Review | ‘Bangla’ brings the laughs to Lavazza Italian Film Festival

Bangla | Dir: Phaim Bhuiyan | ★ ★ ★ ★   About 39,000 Bangladeshis live in Rome, with approximately 140,000 living in all of Italy. Still in his early twenties, Phaim Bhuiyan has directed, co-written and starred in this low budget feature film that depicts his experiences growing up in modern Italy with traditional Muslim Bangladeshi parents. […]

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Ruby Rose’s ‘Batwoman’ leads a stack of new DC series

Ruby Rose’s ‘Batwoman’ leads a stack of new DC series

Ruby Rose made her debut as Batwoman earlier this year and now she’s back with a full series of the show, it’s just one of a host of new shows set in the DC Comics universe. Armed with a passion for social justice and a flair for speaking her mind, Kate Kane, played Rose, soars […]

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‘The L Word – Generation Q’ drops new trailer ahead of debut on Stan

‘The L Word – Generation Q’ drops new trailer ahead of debut on Stan

It’s been 10 years since we last checked in on the women of The L Word but the show is about to return with a brand new series. Ahead of its debut on Stan in December and new trailer for the show has dropped giving fans a taste of what’s in store for their favourite characters. […]

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Andrew Scott to portray Tom Ripley in new Showtime series

Andrew Scott to portray Tom Ripley in new Showtime series

Actor Andrew Scott, best known for playing the hot priest in the second series of Fleabag, will portray Patricia Highsmith’s Tom Ripley in a new series for Showtime. Highsmith wrote five novels about the character which span across many decades.  Previously the character of serial killer and conman Tom Ripley has been brought to the screen many […]

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‘Drag Race Canada’ reveals celebrity judging panel

‘Drag Race Canada’ reveals celebrity judging panel

The upcoming Drag Race Canada has officially started its engines, announcing three permanent judges for the competition’s judging panel. Unreal star Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman, Canada’s Next Top Model / America’s Next Top Model judge Stacey McKenzie and RuPaul’s Drag Race season 11 runner-up Brook Lynn Hytes will all be assessing the contestants of the show’s debut season. “I remember […]

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Cynthia Nixon to star in new drama from ‘Downton Abbey’ creator

Cynthia Nixon to star in new drama from ‘Downton Abbey’ creator

HBO have announced a new drama is coming from the creator of Downton Abbey, revealing its first four stars this week. The Gilded Age takes audiences to the late 1800s, America’s Gilded Age, and follows the story of Marion Brook – the daughter of a Southern general who moves to live with her aunts in New […]

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Billy Porter makes history with Emmy win for ‘Pose’

Billy Porter makes history with Emmy win for ‘Pose’

Actor Billy Porter has had a historic win at the Emmy Awards, picking up the Best Actor in a Drama trophy. Porter is the first gay man, who has publicly shared his sexuality, to win the Best Actor in a Drama Emmy. Porter was acknowledged for his portrayal of HIV+ community leader Pray Tell is […]

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