By nonchalantly making one of the show's main characters an older black man who also happens to be gay, Fox's Brooklyn Nine-Nine is showing prime-time television how to be funny — without being homophobic.
The HBO dramedy's finale ended the season on a high note — for the most part.
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The versatile actress talks about her distinguished family, godparents Noël Coward and Vivien Leigh, husband Maxwell Caulfield, gay friends and fans, and the career that's now brought her to Here TV's first original sitcom, From Here on Out.
And don't forget Star Trek