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Review: 'Revolution Rent' a 'Season of Love' in Havana

Review: 'Revolution Rent' a 'Season of Love' in Havana

By Kilian Melloy | Jun 15, 2021

Andy Señor Jr., who played Angel in the original Broadway production of "Rent," takes on the task of staging the play in Havana in 2014 in this engaging documentary.

Annie Murphy's New Show Takes Aim at Familiar Sitcom Tropes

Annie Murphy's New Show Takes Aim at Familiar Sitcom Tropes

By Alicia Rancilio | Jun 15, 2021

"Schitt's Creek" star Annie Murphy's new AMC series "Kevin Can F Himself" presents itself as one of those traditional multicamera comedies with a laugh track and corny jokes. Viewers will quickly learn it's actually much darker.

Out Comedian Jaboukie Young-White, Issa Rae Team Up for New HBO Series

Out Comedian Jaboukie Young-White, Issa Rae Team Up for New HBO Series

By Emell Adolphus | Jun 14, 2021

The half-hour series reportedly follows a closeted twenty-something gang member in Chicago who ditches college to find reckless closure after a death.

Watch: 'Orange is the New Black' Star Taryn Manning Engaged to Musician Girlfriend

Watch: 'Orange is the New Black' Star Taryn Manning Engaged to Musician Girlfriend

By Emell Adolphus | Jun 14, 2021

The "Orange Is the New Black" actor's musician girlfriend, Anne Cline proposed during a performance in Florida on Friday.

George Sear Takes It to a New Level on Season 2 of 'Love, Victor'

George Sear Takes It to a New Level on Season 2 of 'Love, Victor'

By Frank J. Avella | Jun 11, 2021

On Hulu's "Love, Victor," British actor George Sear plays the titular character's beau, Benji. EDGE spoke to Sear about the show's steamier second season, his chemistry with Michael Cimino, & the show's importance for gay teens.

Review: 'Love, Victor,' Back for Season 2, Hits Its Big Gay Stride

Review: 'Love, Victor,' Back for Season 2, Hits Its Big Gay Stride

By Kilian Melloy | Jun 11, 2021

Season Two of the Hulu original series "Love, Victor" brings sharper writing and a plethora of issues to the fore, along with more teen (and adult) angst, all while maintaining an even keel and a light touch.

Review: 'Loki' is Stylish, Fresh, and Humorous

Review: 'Loki' is Stylish, Fresh, and Humorous

By JC Alvarez | Jun 9, 2021

The God of Mischief may have finally met his match! Tom Hiddleston stars in "Loki," reprising his role as Thor's dangerously unpredictable brother in an adventure through time and space premiering on Disney+.

Chris Harrison Exits 'Bachelor' in Wake of Racial Insensitivity

Chris Harrison Exits 'Bachelor' in Wake of Racial Insensitivity

Jun 9, 2021

Chris Harrison, the original host of ABC's "The Bachelor" and its spinoffs, is leaving the long-running franchise.

Wawa to Mark 'Mare of Easttown Day' with New Cheesesteak

Wawa to Mark 'Mare of Easttown Day' with New Cheesesteak

Jun 9, 2021

For all the love Wawa has gotten thanks to the HBO hit TV show "Mare of Easttown," the popular Pennsylvania convenience store chain is giving a little back.

Former President Trump Returns as a Diminished TV Draw

Former President Trump Returns as a Diminished TV Draw

Jun 9, 2021

Former President Donald Trump reached less than a million measurable television viewers over the weekend in his return to the public stage at a North Carolina political event.

Watch: 'Love, Victor' Gets Steamy New Teaser Ahead of Season 2 Premiere

Watch: 'Love, Victor' Gets Steamy New Teaser Ahead of Season 2 Premiere

Jun 8, 2021

The second season of "Love, Victor" hits Hulu on Friday but the streamer is sharing a steamy new promo ahead of its release.

Review: It's Kill or Be Killed in Genndy Tartakovsky's Engaging 'Primal' - The Complete First Season

Review: It's Kill or Be Killed in Genndy Tartakovsky's Engaging 'Primal' - The Complete First Season

By Michael Cox | Jun 8, 2021

Genndy Tartakovsky's "Primal," now on Blu-ray and DVD, features hyper-real, poetic violence.

Watch: Tom Hiddleston Teases Genderfluid Loki in the New MCU TV Series

Watch: Tom Hiddleston Teases Genderfluid Loki in the New MCU TV Series

By Kilian Melloy | Jun 7, 2021

Tom Hiddleston's Loki — a character in the MCU based on the trickster god from Norse mythology — has been revealed as genderfluid in a teaser promoting an upcoming TV series centered on the character.

Sounds Like 'Mare of Easttown' Could Be Getting a Second Season

Sounds Like 'Mare of Easttown' Could Be Getting a Second Season

Jun 7, 2021

Despite being billed as a limited series, HBO's popular murder mystery show "Mare of Easttown" starring Kate Winslet as the titular detective might actually get a second season.

'I May Destroy You' Wins at British Academy TV Awards

'I May Destroy You' Wins at British Academy TV Awards

Jun 7, 2021

"I May Destroy You" won two main prizes at the 2021 British Academy Television Awards, in a ceremony that rewarded TV that tackled tough issues including sexual consent and racism.

TV Executive: LGBTQs Are Too Much of a 'Logistical Difficulty' for 'Love Island'

TV Executive: LGBTQs Are Too Much of a 'Logistical Difficulty' for 'Love Island'

By Kilian Melloy | Jun 6, 2021

British reality dating show "Love Island" is poised to become more diverse... but not by including LGBTQ contestants, apparently.

Ryan Murphy Introduces his 'Fantastic Four' for 'AHS' Spinoff

Ryan Murphy Introduces his 'Fantastic Four' for 'AHS' Spinoff

Jun 5, 2021

Out Hollywood mogul Ryan Murphy revealed his "Fantastic Four" -- four actors who will appear in his upcoming series "American Horror Stories," premiering in July.

5 Binge-Worthy Queer TV Shows You've Been Missing

5 Binge-Worthy Queer TV Shows You've Been Missing

By Jason St. Amand | Jun 5, 2021

With the latest explosion in TV, there are more LGBTQ series than ever before. For Pride, we're looking at five new queer TV shows that may have flown under your radar.

Review: 'Lisey's Story' a Messy, but Atmospheric, Miniseries Adaptation

Review: 'Lisey's Story' a Messy, but Atmospheric, Miniseries Adaptation

By Kilian Melloy | Jun 4, 2021

The eight-part miniseries adaptation of "Lisey's Story" showcases top-drawer acting and superlative design, but the flashback-heavy structure and overall writing make it hard to make sense of.

Review: 'Feel Good - Season 2' Continues To Address Tough Topics With an Emotional Tone

Review: 'Feel Good - Season 2' Continues To Address Tough Topics With an Emotional Tone

By Noe Kamelamela | Jun 4, 2021

In the final season of "Feel Good," Mae struggles to reconcile their past behaviors as an addict.

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