Closeted Comedy: If You Come Out And You’re Not Famous, Does Anyone Care?
The struggle to maintain privacy while in the public eye and the sudden pressure of playing a role model is difficult enough for straight celebrities. When an actor enters into the public viewfinder, their personal life is instantly on display if they don’t put a stop to it. Laying low is one approach, favored by actors such as “The Big Bang Theory”’s Jim Parsons who came out last year, but Brennan Hillard’s Bogie seems like a louder personality unlikely to remain off the radar.
The Top 10 Most Disastrous Movie and TV Threesomes
Threesome’s are extremely difficult to pull off without spiraling into disaster. And once one has gone down that path, it’s never easy to move past it. But you needn’t look further than our Top 10 disastrous pop culture threesomes to prove that two’s company, and three’s a crowd.
Revenge Was Only The Beginning: “Knerd Knews” Redefines ITV News By Waving Its Geek Flag High
These days, to find yourself in the company of nerds is an invitation to the cool kids’ table. Case in point: “Knerd Knews,” KoldCast TV’s fresh news show about science, technology, and all things fashionably geeky. Hosted by the brassy and alluring Falon Joslyn, this fresh four-minute program is a whirlwind of fascinating facts, cheeky writing, and amazing stories. Remarkable for the way it turns niche content into engaging entertainment for a wider audience, “Knerd Knews” is a show right on the cusp of the cultural moment.
In Episodes 19 and 20 of “Next Stop, host Jon Olson explores three tiny, rural cities: Walla Walla, Washington and Mexico’s Ixtapa and Zihuatanejo – towns that have flourished by building strong communities around their unique natural resources.
Great Myths Think Alike: The Curiously Modern Ancient Greek Revival on ITV
American television, cinema, and the culture at large are experiencing a late, great, Greek revival. From endless Clash of the Titans sequels to the battle raging between yogurt labels, Grecian is in fashion.