Mad Men star Jay R. Ferguson has signed on to new a television project loosely based on the life of gay activist and author Dan Savage, according to Deadline. The family-focused ABC comedy is a hard left from his role as Stan Rizzo, art director for Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce. Show More Summary
Mad Men‘s Jay R. Ferguson is set for a lead role in the ABC/ABC Studios untitled Dan Savage comedy pilot. Written by David Windsor and Casey Johnson loosely based on the life of gay activist and author Dan Savage, the single-camera project revolves around the O’Neals, a seemingly perfect All-American family. Show More Summary
Join us as we explore the effects of woo girls and tech money on Seattle's Capitol Hill. Special guests include Dan Savage.
Republican Rep. Frank Artiles of Florida with Mitt Romney LGBT activist, sex columnist and co-founder of the "It Gets Better" campaign, Dan Savage, has a few ideas for combating a Republican state lawmaker in Florida who wants to jail transgender individuals for using the bathroom. His name is Rep. Show More Summary
Podcast hosts John August and Craig Mazin spoke with Dan Savage about sex in Hollywood and pointed out an odd fact regarding Marvel's heroes.
The original post for this episode can be found here. John August: Hello and welcome. My name is John August. Craig Mazin: My name is Craig Mazin, Princeton University. John: And this is episode 182 of Scriptnotes, a podcast about screenwriting and things that are interesting to screenwriters. Craig, this is actually the third time […]
“Any long-term relationship that’s successful is really a myth that two people create together.” – Dan Savage Writing this article... The post 5 Relationship Myths To Avoid appeared first on Lifehack.
In a special bonus Scriptnotes, we sit down with writer-actress Rebel Wilson and author-columnist Dan Savage to talk sex, television, swearing, and poop.
John and Craig discuss exploding scripts and stock scenes. Then in the second half of the show, we welcome two very special guests.
"Dan Savage says 'it gets better,' but don't be surprised if viewers get bitter after ABC's newest program. The Disney-owned network, for years a shill for the LGBT agenda, is taking their activism to amazing lows with its plans to bring the controversial 'sex therapist' to life in a regular feature. Show More Summary
Where is Dan Savage calling for justice? Where is the outpouring of support and tears and promises from cis allies? Where is the celebration of Ty and Lamia's lives and dreams?
You don't even really need to read it, you know what they're saying.
ABC has approved the production of a sitcom based the life of Dan Savage. Via the Hollywood Reporter: The untitled Savage comedy is a single-camera semi-autobiographical entry based on the LGBT activist/boundary-pushing columnist's life. Show More Summary
Get a good look at Dan Savage now, before Hollywood's gay mafia gets its paws all over him I mean, it's not like we've never heard Stranger Editorial Director Dan Savage singing the theme song to Alice behind the closed door of the executive...Show More Summary
Only a few days after binging on drama pilots, the American Broadcasting Company lives up to the “American” in its name and goes back for a second helping. It’s picked up four more shows for next season, this time a mixture of comedy and drama from some familiar names. Show More Summary
ABC picked up a batch of new pilots on Monday including, of course, one from the network’s reigning champion Shonda… Read More
It seems it really does get better. But could Andy Samberg play him? read more
On Monday ABC announced the latest additions to its list of pilots that it’s picked up for 2015. Along with a new show from Shonda Rhimes and a TV adaptation of National Lampoon’s Vacation, the network has greenlit a single-camera.....
All four pilots hail from ABC Studios. read more
As Dan Savage groggily told you in the Half-Assed Morning News, House Republicans last night dropped a controversial bill that would have banned abortion after twenty weeks. Even Republican women were railing against the bill. But now Republicans will have to contend with very angry religious conservatives. Show More Summary