New Documentary Looks at Terrors Facing LGBTQ Community

Oscar-nominated director David France has been at the helm of some of the most noted LGBTQ-themed documentaries ever made. His “How To Survive a Plague” looked at the AIDS crisis, and his “The Death and Life of...

Birthday Cakes, Parties Always Popular for Dogs

LGBTQ individuals adore their pets, and some want to show their affection from time to time with special treats such as cakes and birthday parties. A number of Atlanta locations provide those kinds of amenities...

Gay Themed “Love, Victor” Bows on Hulu

As Brian Tanen awaited word on whether or not his series, “Grand Hotel,” would be renewed, he got an offer he eventually knew he had to leap at—being a co-showrunner and executive producer of the new series, “L...

Sexy “Trigonometry” Debuts on HBO Max

When HBO Max officially launched on May 27, many viewers were anxious to see what the new streaming service had to offer. The show “Trigonometry”—which debuted on BBC a few weeks earlier—is one of the splashier...

New Queer Offerings Available on Netflix

Netflix has long been known as an LGBTQ friendly streaming service, but queer offerings seem to have really taken off this year. This spring alone has seen the release of gay-themed documentaries “Tiger King” a...

Finding a TV Series (or Two or Three) to Binge

Those of us at home practicing social distancing probably never realized we had so many viewing options. Between network TV, cable TV, and streaming services, offerings are aplenty. Bingeing is becoming the ...

Atlanta Plays Halt to COVID-19 Fears

It was gearing up to be a grand season of theater in the ATL until – it wasn’t. Concern over the COVID-19 virus has forced all metro Atlanta theater companies to close temporarily and put a hold on their shows,...

Musical and Drama Hits Atlanta Scene

One is a musical that has seduced audiences since its debut. The other is a fairly new drama that is just starting to make its way around the country. Both “Miss Saigon” and “Warplay” are getting local producti...

aTVfest Impresses for Eighth Year

Atlanta’s only festival specifically celebrating television, SCAD aTVfest – staged by SCAD Atlanta – did itself proud with its eighth annual event Feb. 27-29. Over three days new episodes of series were screene...