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Netflix Drop Trailer For Special, Show About a Gay Man with Cerebral Palsy

Ryan O’Connell on TV? Sign us up Netflix released the trailer for Special, the first-ever TV series centred a gay man with cerebral palsy yesterday (25 March). Series creator Ryan O’Connell plays the leading character in the semi-autobiographical 15-minute comedy. The streaming service ordered eight episodes of the show based on O’Connelll’s menoir, I’m Special: Read more…

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WATCH LIST: Ellen Page’s “The Umbrella Academy” and Matt Bomer Enters the DC Universe

And gay drama “Sorry Angel” hits theaters. Openly gay writer-director Christophe Honore’s Sorry Angel is an outstanding queer drama worthy of post-screening conversations. Set in early ’90s France, young would-be filmmaker Arthur (Vincent Lacoste) falls for Jacques (Pierre Deladonchamps), an accomplished HIV-positive writer and father, despite major differences in their respective realities, Read more…

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Entertainment

Netflix orders Jim Parsons-produced Special, a Comedy Series About a Gay Man

Netflix has ordered a comedy series produced by The Big Bang Theory star Jim Parsons. The series, titled Special, is loosely based on writer Ryan O’Connell’s memoir I’m Special: And Other Lies We Tell Ourselves, in which the author discusses growing up as a Millennial gay man with cerebral palsy, navigating internships, dating, and coming out. Read more…

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LGBTQ

The Sense8 Finale Finally Has a Premiere Date

At last. Once upon a time, Netflix enlisted the Wachowskis to create an ethereal sci-fi queer-centric series called Sense8. The series became a cult hit, and featured a very important sexually fluid orgy.   Then one day, Netflix cancelled the series after just two seasons, triggering the uproar of fans across the globe. Read more…

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