At last the TV (laptop) is starting to look up, True Blood and Dexter can only keep a girl going for so long you know. Let’s have a look at some shows coming soon.
Posts Tagged ‘ Glee ’
Anna Torv and Jennifer Jason Leigh are set to star in a new HBO pilot called “Open” about a long term relationship that hits the skids when Torv’s characters falls for another. What’s with all the lesbians on TV these days?
Some stories aren’t about the plot. Struck By Lightning is one of these stories. The movie experience is simply in being taken through the moments of it.
Glee Shippers — Wemma (Will Schuester/Emma Pilsbury), Finchel (Finn/Rachel), Klaine (Kurt/Blaine), Brittana (Brittany/Santana) — are all sweating buckets waiting for the outcome of the fourth episode of the fourth season, ominously named The Break-up.
The cast of Glee has had the pleasure of some amazing company over it’s first three seasons but I can’t wait to see Kate Hudson take on Rachel Berry, bring it on!
The fall season is almost back in the states so I thought I’d take a look at a few shows I am really looking forward to seeing again. The small screen really comes good on those dark Irish evenings
GLAAD have been at it again, last weekend saw the L.A instalment of their annual trilogy of award shows. They always manage to pick the most deserving and this year has been no exception. Let April 21st 2012 be known as the “night of Chaz”.
Smash is a new musical which has hit TVs in the states, unfortunately for me, it doesn’t quite hit the right note, but perhaps over time it will improve, we can but hope.
For the past three years I’ve been watching and, mostly, enjoying Glee. Without a doubt the gayest thing television has ever seen, apparently it’s gayer than I realised. According to some people Rachel Berry and Quinn Fabray are a couple (Faberry). What?!
Something happened at McKinley High last night. Something wonderful. If you don’t care about spoilers, read on!
Having looked the A Listers we now turn our attention to the ladies who’s names begin with B. Let’s start with some much loved TV characters
Spoilers and speculation ahoy. Ye’ve been warned. There’s been a lot of talk about how Brittana and Santana get no Gleespect as a couple. The fact is, we’ve never seen them smooch, no matter how much they’ve talked about it since season 1. We’ve seen them hold hands a lot. We’ve seen cheek kisses. We’ve [...]
It’s that time of year again. GLAAD’s three annual award shows are on the horizon and the nominees are out. This year the class of nominee is wonderful, so who do we think should win and who’s been left out?
These are the top 10 articles on Gaelick that you just could keep your peepers off this year. Is your favourite here, or have we left out something very important? Read! Share! Comment!
It turns out that Santa Claus has a lesbian working in the toy factory and, even though she didn’t win the Secrets Ireland hamper, she has taken some time out of her busy schedule to tell us who will get a pressie from the big man this year.
There was a lot of lesbian rage when last week’s Glee aired. And a lot of lesbian interest, which I think can be proved because I’m the 3rd person to be writing about this episode on Gaelick this week. Spoilers ahead if you haven’t seen the last couple of episodes. Not-so-quick recap: When we first [...]
Last night, I was watching Glee, and I had to ask myself, “Why the fuck am I watching this crap?” The problem is this: I will literally watch anything as long as there is a dyke in it. So now I’m taking a stand.