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: Ana Fabrega on Los Espookys season 2 “it’s not trying to be a queer show, it just is”

Actor, writer, and comedian Ana Fabrega is an integral part of the success of HBO's acclaimed—and very queer—Spanish language comedy series Los Espookys, which returns for its much-anticipated second season this Friday, September 16th. Not only is she the co-creator of the series, along with Fred Armisen and Julio Torres, she's also a showrunner and... 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: Emmy-nominated We’re Here director & showrunner Peter LoGreco “it’s a vehicle to tell stories of small town America through an unconventional lens”

As the second season of Stephen Warren and Johnnie Ingram's Emmy-nominated We're Here continues its road trip to small towns across the USA with drag icons Bob the Drag Queen, Shangela, and Eureka preparing local residents to put on a drag show the town will never forget, the latest episode sees the queens arrive in... Continue Reading →

Exclusive Interview: Emmy-nominated creators of HBO’s We’re Here Stephen Warren & Johnnie Ingram “we set out to tell stories that are being ignored”

With the first three episodes of season two of We're Here now streaming on HBO Max—and new episodes airing on Mondays at 9pm ET/PT on HBO—The Queer Review's editor James Kleinmann had an exclusive conversation with the show's Emmy-nominated creators and executive producers Stephen Warren and Johnnie Ingram. They share their determination to go even... Continue Reading →

Exclusive interview: Tig Notaro on her animated HBO stand-up special Drawn “It was fun to see somebody else adding to what I’d already written & performed, creating more jokes on top of the joke”

Groundbreaking Emmy and Grammy-nominated comedian, writer, actor, and director, Tig Notaro's animated stand-up special, Tig Notaro: Drawn, debuts on HBO on Saturday July 24th, before streaming on HBO Max. From an unlikely hospital bed proposal, to a macabre road trip fantasy featuring Dolly Parton, and a meditation on the Kool-Aid man's gender, this is one genre-spanning, hilarious... Continue Reading →

Exclusive Interview: LGBTQ drama Lupe exec producer Kerry Michelle O’Brien & star Rafael Albarrán “I identify as non-binary & all that discovery started with this film”

André Phillips and Charles Vuolo's LGBTQ+ drama Lupe follows a Cuban immigrant, Rafael (Rafael Albarrán), as she begins to embrace her identity as a transgender woman while searching for her missing sister in New York City's sex worker community. Trans artist Celia Harrison, who is a co-writer on the film, portrays the role of Lana,... Continue Reading →

TV Review: We’re Here ★★★★★

Debuting on HBO on Thursday April 23rd a six episode unscripted series, We’re Here, takes three Drag Race stars, Bob the Drag Queen, Eureka O'Hara, and Shangela Laquifa Wadley off the runway on to a cross-country roadtrip to stage one-night-only drag shows, transforming a diverse array of local residents into fierce queens, thereby empowering them... Continue Reading →

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