Tonight, Doug turns 41. His favorite, and least favorite, gay men have made the invite list: friends, exes, nightmares, tricks, and even a ghost. Happy Birthday Doug is a wicked and wild celebration of modern gay culture, with tons of wine. Consider this your cordial invitation. The team from Bright Colors And Bold Patterns (BroadwayHD) returns with this new comedy based on the Off Broadway smash!
Top topiary artists compete to create larger-than-life living sculptures. Michael Urie hosts and gardening icon Martha Stewart heads a panel of judges as they decide who will be "clipped" and who will win the title of Clipped Champion and $50,000!
The Petunia family is on the verge of a nervous breakdown. This is the story of how they pick up the pieces. A hilariously dark comedy about a dysfunctional family of New Yorkers coming to terms with their own misgivings about life, relationships, and the unpredictability of love.
What started off as a casual hookup has quickly evolved into something far more intimate, leaving Andy to navigate Arthur and Lucas' dreamy lifestyle and marriage. Lavender is a tender, poignant look at an unconventional relationship as it blossoms and ultimately unravels.
Now In Theatres. A retired hairdresser (Udo Kier) escapes his nursing home and embarks on an odyssey across his small town to style a dead woman’s hair for her funeral, confronting the ghosts of his past and rediscovering his sparkle along the way.
The Petunia family is on the verge of a nervous breakdown. This is the story of how they pick up the pieces. A hilariously dark comedy about a dysfunctional family of New Yorkers coming to terms with their own misgivings about life, relationships and the unpredictability of love.
From executive producer Salma Hayek comes ABC's Ugly Betty, based on the most popular telenovela ever! Smart but wholesome Betty embraces her unique appearance and independent attitude in the cutthroat world of New York fashion. With the help of her proud yet far-from-glamorous family from Queens, Betty will continue to have big dreams and deal with any obstacle in her own unique style.
In this series of short films, the phrase "Gay Agenda" is reclaimed from the religious right and transformed into a celebration of gay culture. Sit back and enjoy the short films "Dirty", "Lavender", "The Summer House", and "Lights Over Chautauqua".