New this year is a partnership with Relativity Digital Media, which is helping develop content for L/Studio along with the automaker’s AOR Los Angeles-based Team One Advertising. Also new is season two of “It Got Better,” features interviews with well-known LGBT Americans who talk about how they have overcome challenges in their lives to reach the pinnacle of their fields.
It’s time to play the music. It’s time to light the lights. And it’s time for a grown-up reboot of The Muppet Show to get a series order at ABC!
Other ABC comedy prospects Dr. Ken and The Real O’Neals also scored series pick-ups late Thursday.
Things continue to get better for Dan Bucatinsky and Lisa Kudrow’s documentary series It Got Better. The web series inspired by Dan Savage’s It Gets Better campaign has been renewed for a second season, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.
We knew Dan Savage was funny, but we’re hoping his wry wit and balls to the wall attitude (literally) translates to our small screens.
An as-yet-untitled Dan Savage comedy was picked up by ABC and, as The Hollywood Reporter revealed, it will be “a single-camera semi-autobiographical entry based on the LGBT activist/boundary-pushing columnist’s life.
Actors and producing partners Dan Bucatinsky and Lisa Kudrow teamed up this year with It Gets Better Project founder Dan Savage to create “It Got Better,” a six-part Web series featuring lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender icons describing their path to openness and confidence in their sexuality. The entire series screened at the Directors Guild of America on Sunday as part of Outfest, the Los Angeles LGBT film festival.
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Jane Lynch and Jason Collins will be the first to participate in the new six-episode video series, from fellow EPs Savage and his producing partner Brian Pines.
NPR White House correspondent Ari Shapiro is leaving the Beltway for the United Kingdom, where he will serve as the channel’s London correspondent starting in January.
Broach the most difficult topics in the world with sex columnist and author Dan Savage –we’re talking every kind of sex imaginable including the kinds that involve animals, children and feces (seriously, this exists) — and he has no problem talking about any of it.
Just so long as he’s behind a computer screen or telephone receiver. “I’m very brave behind my computer,” he says.
But ask if any of the tens of thousands of questions he has received over the years have ever given him an idea in bed and suddenly he’s…shy? And seriously turning various shades of crimson. “I get all freaked out,” he says of people confronting him in person on personal matters. “I’m shy.”
NEW YORK, N.Y. – It’s been quite a run for Dan Savage, what with all the podcasting and tweeting and in-your-face defending of marriage equality.
Between speaking gigs, radio and TV appearances and the syndicated sex-advice column he writes from a desk that belonged to Ann Landers, Savage managed another book, “American Savage,” out this week from Dutton.
Savage, 48, looks back on his mom, who died in 2008, takes us into his rationale for why cheating may just save your marriage and offers a glimpse of life at home with husband Terry Miller and their 15-year-old son.
Reconciliation is at the heart of everything Savage writes and says. He’s not throwing bombs at all. Or rather, if he is, they are bombs aimed at shaking up small minds to extend traditional institutions to people considered outside them. Beneath its often caustic wit, “American Savage” is on a healing mission. It’s about unification. That effort starts immediately. On the first page, Savage dedicates the book: “For my father, who lives in a red state, watches Fox News, and votes Republican — but loves me and mine just the same.”