NEW YORK (AP) — Award-winning singers Lizzo and Janelle Monae, Apple CEO Tim Cook and MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow have made Out magazine’s 2020 Out100 list.
Actor Wilson Cruz says a new documentary on the evolution of LGBTQ depictions on television is a “love letter” to the medium’s power.
It’s also a testament to how LGBTQ people and their...
LOS ANGELES (AP) — "All in the Family" and "The Jeffersons" are coming back to TV, live and for one night only.
Woody Harrelson, Marisa Tomei, Jamie Foxx and Wanda Sykes will star in...
NEW YORK (AP) — Netflix is launching its first audio venture that will feature the video streaming service's comedy programming on SiriusXM.
The companies on Wednesday announced "Netflix Is...
RED BANK, N.J. (AP) — Over a dozen angry fans walked out or were kicked out of comedian Wanda Sykes' show in New Jersey for heckling her when she opened with a series of jokes about President Donald Trump.
NEW YORK (AP) — Wanda Sykes, Gabourey (GAB-or-ay) Sidibe (SIH-dih-bay) and Danny Glover will be among the readers for an audio edition of speeches and essays by the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Amy Schumer has more to say about her "Formation" video that shows her singing and dancing to the Beyonce song alongside Goldie Hawn, Wanda Sykes and Joan Cusack.
Schumer says in an essay published late Thursday that the video it is not a parody but a tribute approved by Beyonce and husband Jay Z.
"It was NEVER a parody," Schumer writes. "It was just us women celebrating each other. The video Beyonce made was so moving and I wouldn't ever make fun of that."
Amy Schumer is brushing off critics who say her parody of Beyonce's "Formation" video is racially insensitive.
The video features a sweaty Schumer dancing to the song alongside Goldie Hawn, Wanda Sykes and Joan Cusack. Some Twitter users are slamming the video on charges of cultural appropriation.