Cucumber Argues That Ryan Reynolds Is Gay for His Own Dick

On Monday night, Logo gave us a sneak peek at Cucumber and Banana, the tandem new shows from Queer as Folk creator Russell T Davis, which showcase the sexual yearnings of a middle-aged gay man (the former) and those of young gay and trans kids in Manchester (the latter). And if Cucumber was a little bit painful in… » 3/03/15 2:15pm Yesterday 2:15pm

Almost No One Did Anything Wrong on Looking This Week (Except Patrick)

As a consummate hater of every character on this show (except Richie, Ceci and Eddie) but a huge fan of the show itself, I am both delight and chagrined to report that almost everyone did everything right this week, giving me no reason to hate on anyone but Patrick, who managed to both sneak by with a few pastries… » 3/03/15 11:45am Yesterday 11:45am

My Favorite Lines from the Premiere of Sex Box, With Zero Context 

Somehow Sex Box wasn't viral marketing for some near-future thriller: it's a real television show that premiered Friday, on We TV, in which ailing couples receive counseling from therapists, and then have sex in a sound-proof box onstage in front of a live studio audience. Rather than waxing poetic about all the weird… » 3/02/15 6:15pm Monday 6:15pm

The Women of Pawnee Ruled Parks & Recreation 'Til the Very End

Leslie Knope left our televisions forever last night. She rode figuratively into the sunset with Parks & Recreation, ending its seven season run, and a little bit of us went with her—the exact parts of us that utilized and relished our lives watching religiously for the past six years. Those years are gone and I can… » 2/25/15 5:10pm 2/25/15 5:10pm

​Bryshere Gray On Playing Empire's Bad Boy, Rihanna & 'Drip Drop' Tees

Bryshere Gray seems to have moments when the spirit of Hakeem Lyon inhabits his body. In January, the 21-year-old actor who plays Empire's most incendiary son did an interview with Swag Magazine (Swag. Magazine.) to promote the series. When asked about what motivates him as a musician, Gray replied, "I can't even… » 2/25/15 12:00pm 2/25/15 12:00pm

Niecy Nash Is the Newest Addition to Ryan Murphy's Scream Queens

The potential of Ryan Murphy's upcoming horror-comedy series Scream Queens has just sky-rocketed with the addition of incredibly funny Niecy Nash. She joins Jamie Lee Curtis, Emma Roberts, Keke Palmer, Ariana Grande, Nick Jonas, Lea Michele, Joe Manganiello and—you know what? It might be easier to name who's not in… » 2/23/15 6:30pm 2/23/15 6:30pm

​Don't Trust the New Guy: Surviving The Walking Dead, Ep. 11

The Walking Dead introduced a new character in Sunday night's episode, so you know what that means—yet another person to shower with love, warmth and good cheer. Welcome to the crazy dysfunctional family. Right, Rick? How will you greet him? "I'll put a knife in the base of your skull." Cool, cool. » 2/23/15 3:10pm 2/23/15 3:10pm

All the Enviable Looks at Essence's Black Women In Hollywood Luncheon

Essence held its eighth annual Black Women in Hollywood Luncheon in Beverly Hills on Thursday. Two-thirds of the outfits have already been stolen by me and I'm not sorry. Here are some of the outfits—originally worn by the likes of Laverne Cox, Tracee Ellis Ross and Teyonah Parris—that are now in my closet. » 2/20/15 2:10pm 2/20/15 2:10pm

'Men Take Things': How to Get Away with Murder Addresses Sexual Abuse

Viola Davis already acts her ass off on How to Get Away with Murder, so it's a smart move pairing her with Cicely Tyson, who masterfully played Annalise Keating's mom on Thursday night's How to Get Away with Murder. The most intense moment in the episode was a scene where they addressed rape and molestation. » 2/20/15 1:15pm 2/20/15 1:15pm