Pride month is officially upon us. Check dates for Pride in your city here and learn how to participate in our Pride photo challenge (featuring celeb judges Dustin Lance Black, Austin Young and Mike Ruiz) and get a chance to win a cruise to the Greek Isles here. In between Pride hopping, kick back on the sofa and watch a classic LGBT movie or TV show. Enjoy faves like Brokeback Mountain, Far From Heaven and Weekend again anytime you want with Netflix‘s Pride Guide.
J.Lo and former Queer As Folk star Peter Paige exec-produce this highly-touted drama about a lesbian couple (Teri Polo and Sherri Saum) whose modern family includes a biological son (David Lambert) from a former marriage, adopted twins (Cierra Ramirez, Jake T. Austin) and a newly arrived foster teen (Maia Mitchell). Watch it Mondays on ABC Family.
MOVIE: This Is The End
Cabin fever gets the best of James Franco, Seth Rogan, Jonah Hill, Craig Robinson, who play amped-up versions of themselves, when faced with the apocalypse. The raunchy bromance, laced with male nudity and man-on-man sex jokes, opens Wednesday. Watch the red band trailer below.
TV: Here! TV
A trio of new series debut today on Here!, still America’s only gay television network. The Gayest Show Ever blends a documentary sensibility with cheeky humor to take a bite out of global gay culture. Varla Jean and the Mushroomheads features beloved loose chanteuse Varla Jean Merman in comic pursuit of a much younger, hipper audience in a last-ditch effort to boost her career. Half-Share (pictured) stars Alec Mapa, Jack Plotnick, Kyle Spidle and Sam Pancake in a comedy about an eccentric group of new housemates on the mythical Island of Misfit Boys.
MUSIC: The Bling Ring soundtrack
Regardless of what you think of director Sofia Coppola’s films, they always have killer soundtracks and her latest, a fact-based crime drama, is no exception. It’s an inspired blend of electronica and hip-hop with new tracks from Frank Ocean, Sleigh Bells, Kanye and Deadmau5. Listen to M.I.A.’s “Bad Girls” below.
MOVIE: Much Ado About Nothing
Joss Whedon’s adapted Shakespeare’s classic comedy into a modern dress romp filled with many alums from his hit series such as Firefly’s Sean Maher (read our interview with the out actor here) and Nathan Fillion, Buffy‘s Tom Lenck, Dollhouse’s Fran Kranz, as well as Clark Gregg from his blockbuster film Avengers. Now playing.