Exclusive Interview: creators of HBO’s Emmy-winning We’re Here Stephen Warren & Johnnie Ingram “drag can save lives”

With the first two episodes of season three of the Emmy & GLAAD Award-winning unscripted series We’re Here now streaming on HBO Max—and new episodes airing on Fridays at 10pm ET/PT on HBO—The Queer Review’s editor James Kleinmann had an exclusive conversation with its creators and executive producers, Stephen Warren and Johnnie Ingram. They discuss the rise in anti-LGBTQ+ attitudes and the... Continue Reading →

Exclusive Interview: Bob the Drag Queen, Shangela & Eureka on We’re Here season 3 “we hope this show will ignite people to make change happen”

The Emmy & GLAAD Award-winning unscripted series We're Here, a certified The Queer Review favourite, returns to HBO tonight at 10pm ET/PT for its stunning third season. Continuing their journey across small-town USA, Bob the Drag Queen, Eureka O’Hara, and Shangela Laquifa Wadley head to Texas, Mississippi, Utah, New Jersey, and Florida, helping to unite... Continue Reading →

TV Review: We’re Here season 3 ★★★★★

Stephen Warren and Johnnie Ingram's Emmy and GLAAD Award-winning unscripted series We're Here, directed and executive produced by Peter LoGreco, returns to HBO and HBO Max for its third season this Friday, November 25th, with even deeper, richer storytelling. Drag icons, Shangela Laquifa Wadley, Eureka O'Hara, and Bob the Drag Queen, continue their journey to... Continue Reading →

Exclusive Interview: director Laurent Bouzereau & Oscar-winner Dustin Lance Black on Mama’s Boy “the idea that we can’t be with people who are too different has shattered the queer community”

Adapted from Oscar-winning writer and filmmaker Dustin Lance Black's bestselling 2019 memoir, director Laurent Bouzereau's deeply moving and unexpectedly urgent feature documentary Mama's Boy debuts on HBO and HBO Max tonight, Tuesday, October 18th 2022. Traveling back to the places where he grew up with two brothers, Black explores his Southern conservative Mormon childhood roots,... Continue Reading →

TV Review: Los Espookys season 2 ★★★★

Los Espookys returns to HBO and HBO Max with another six sublime episodes this Friday September 16th, expanding upon and enriching the divinely kooky world established in 2019's first season at every turn. Julio Torres and Ana Fabrega, who co-created the series with Fred Armisen, co-write each episode of this second season, with Fabrega taking... Continue Reading →

TV Review: Somebody Somewhere ★★★★

Toto, I have a feeling we're in Kansas...Manhattan, Kansas to be precise. It's the conservative hometown of Sam (Bridget Everett, who hails from the town herself), a middle-aged woman who returned there to care for her terminally ill sister, Holly, and where she still finds herself living six month's after her sister's passing. Sleeping on... Continue Reading →

Exclusive Interview: And Just Like That…star Mario Cantone “Anthony is a little more like me now. He’s evolved, he’s matured, he’s a little more grounded”

One of the most memorable and beloved television characters of all-time, queer or otherwise, has to be Sex and the City's fast-talking, wise-cracking, insatiably horny, and adorably handsome Italian-American Anthony Marentino, who made his debut as Charlotte York's wedding planner in the third season of the Emmy-winning series. The role was written for New York... Continue Reading →

Exclusive Interview: Murray Hill, Bridget Everett & Jeff Hiller on starring in HBO’s new comedy series Somebody Somewhere

Somebody Somewhere, a new comedy series created by High Maintenance writers Hannah Bos and Paul Thureen, which premieres on HBO this Sunday January 16th, feels like a breath of fresh air with its layered characters, unhurried pace, mix of poignant moments and gentle humour, and a compelling performance by comedian and singer Bridget Everett (Inside... Continue Reading →

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