By Dino-Ray Ramos. A TV star can actually buy the restaurant. You hire two trainers and sweat for 8 weeks.
Sean Hayes and Scott Icenogle joined us in the studio to discuss their new children's book, "Plum" and get a surprise serenade from the Chicago Gay Men's Chorus! Plum will not stay glum. For as long as she can remember, Plum has lived at the Mary Fitzgerald Orphanage, wishing and hoping for a family.
By Nellie Andreeva. Constantly underestimated by their colleagues, the members of Q-Force have to prove themselves time and again as they embark on extraordinary professional and personal adventures. Liedman executive produces and will showrun.
As the television networks announced their fall schedules during this week's upfronts, news was pretty mixed for TV's LGBT characters. In "Sean Saves the World," the openly gay Hayes stars as a divorced gay dad raising a teenage daughter Sami Isler with the aid of his overbearing mother Linda Lavin. Judging by the trailerthe show will tread on conventional multi-camera sitcom ground, especially with that pushy laugh track.
Jack is one such character. You know her. You love her.
The show was a tremendous success during its first run and was the first prime-time television series on U. However, for the stars it was not all fun and games during the first run and Sean - who played the camp fan-favourite character Jack McFarland - was forced to hide his own sexuality due to the amount of death threats they all received. In Attitude's December issue - which is available to download and buy now - cover star Sean opens up about why he didn't come out until - four years after the show which catapulted him to fame ended.
By Rhuaridh Marr on March 29, rhuaridh. He then tackled the recent drama surrounding Smollett, after all charges were dropped against the actor for allegedly staging an anti-gay attack against himself in January. You hire two trainers and sweat for eight weeks.
Well, that and the fact that he has an entirely different viewpoint than we as fans do. Viewers think about episodes, jokes, and storylines — but I think of it as a second family. Hayes, for one, is loving it. During our chat with Hayes, we discussed why the revival has seemingly come at the perfect time, what playing Jack means to him, his hopes for the character in the future, finding pride in saying the word "husband," and why we need a gay superhero.