The new series Swingtown, on CBS, takes viewers inside the sexually provocative world of swinger couples in suburban '70s America. The show's creator, Alan Poul, knows a thing or two about pushing the limits of sexuality and tells us what we can expect from his latest.
Six Feet Under, the delectable HBO series about the gay and straight goings-on in a family-run Los Angeles funeral home, led the pack with 16 nods as the 2003 Emmy award nominations were announced on Thursday in Los Angeles. NBC's gay-friendly White House drama The West Wing was in close competition with 15 nominations.
Variety reports that UPN has ordered a script that would cast cross-dressing superstar RuPaul as a transvestite nanny in a show that is tentatively titled The Tranny. Big Ticket Entertainment will produce the pilot from writer–executive producer Mort Nathan, whose credits include The Golden Girls, Benson, and the short-lived Secret Diary of Desmond Pfeiffer. RuPaul would star as a transvestite wanna-be entertainer who takes the nanny job to pay the bills. His character would be the most down-to-earth of a wildly dysfunctional family.