Exclusive Interview: Wendell & Wild star Sam Zelaya “to not only have this kind of trans representation but to also be part of it is amazing”

If you're looking for a treat to stream this Halloween, you've found it. Following its world premiere at the 47th Toronto International Film Festival, acclaimed stop motion animation filmmaker Henry Selick and certified horror hitmaker Jordan Peele's delightfully macabre Wendell & Wild launches on Netflix on Friday, October 28th, just in time for the spookiest... Continue Reading →

Exclusive Interview: Stephen Fry on The Sandman’s queer characters “they don’t apologize or pretend to be anything other than they are & that’s thrilling to watch”

In the UK, the name Stephen Fry is invariably prefixed with phrase "national treasure", and with good reason. With his Wildean wit and turn of phrase, the actor, comedian, director, and best-selling novelist has been a perennially admired figure for decades. Early in his career, he was involved in some of the best-loved comedy series... Continue Reading →

Exclusive: Uncoupled star Neil Patrick Harris & series creators Darren Star & Jeffrey Richman at NY premiere “it was the happiest partnership of my life”

Tuesday night saw Darren Star (Sex and the City, Younger, Emily In Paris) and Jeffrey Richman's (Modern Family) new Netflix comedy series Uncoupled, starring Neil Patrick Harris, premiere at New York's iconic Paris Theater, followed by a glitzy cocktail reception at the nearby Plaza Hotel. The Queer Review's editor James Kleinmann was on the stylish... Continue Reading →

TV Review: Uncoupled ★★★1/2

TV hitmaker Darren Star, who followed up long-running shows like Beverly Hills 90210, Melrose Place, Sex and the City, and Younger with the Netflix favourite Emily In Paris in 2020, delivers another enjoyable and highly bingeable series for the streamer with the eight-episode first season of Uncoupled, co-created with Modern Family executive producer Jeffrey Richman.... Continue Reading →

Exclusive Interview: Victoria “V.E.” Schwab on Netflix’s queer vampire series First Kill “I wanted to tell a story that 16-year-old me might have seen herself in”

Queer vampire series First Kill, created by New York Times bestselling author Victoria “V. E.” Schwab, based upon her own short story of the same name, launches on Netflix today, Friday, June 10th. It's a "Juliet and Juliet" tale of two households and forbidden love, which introduces us to teenage vampire Juliette (Sarah Catherine Hook)... Continue Reading →

Exclusive Interview: Netflix Is A Joke stand-up star Matteo Lane “I’m just talking about what I like & if it happens to be super gay, good!”

Fluent in five languages, with a singing range of six octaves, pinup good looks, and charisma for days, Matteo Lane is already a gay hearthrob (as a quick glance at his Instagram will confirm) and fast becoming a New York stand-up comedy institution, regularly performing at the legendary Comedy Cellar in the West Village. Before... Continue Reading →

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