Yes, Logo is home to the American treasure RuPaul's Drag Race (which begins Season 8 Monday, March 7) but it's also home to some great sketch comedy too. In fact, Logo's previous sketch show, The Big Gay Sketch Show is where Saturday Night Live star Katie McKinnon got her start. Show More Summary
Logo’s new gay sketch comedy show gives us some ideas of what to do instead of watching football.
There are plenty of differences in what happens when gay men use dating apps and what happens when straight people do. Logo’s new show Gay Skit Happens points out the differences in this sketch, which is definitely not work-friendly. Watch: Gay… Read The post Here’s the Not-So-Subtle Difference Between a First Date on Grindr vs. Tinder: WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.
Do you know how I knew (aside from having already seen her on “The Big Gay Sketch Show”) that Kate McKinnon was going to be a big star? Because on her very first episode as a cast member of “Saturday Night Live,” back in 2012, she delivered like bananas on this sketch. Show More Summary
Meet the cast of Logo's upcoming comedy sketch show, "Gay Skit Happens," by looking at their online video dating profiles.
The Kids in the Hall, the Canadian sketch comedy group known for their dark, semi-surreal brand of comedy made waves at the end of the 20th Century. Hilarious and often challenging, their sketches and show, which ran on HBO and CBS from...Show More Summary
If Stephen Guarino’s name isn’t instantly recognizable, you likely know his scene-stealing work in films (the popular BearCity comedies) and on TV (Logo’s The Big Gay Sketch Show). The out comic actor made his most unforgettable impression as Penny’s best gay pal Derrick (scream it with me, “DRAMA!”) in the gone-too-soon sitcom Happy Endings (if you missed the series […]
Via press release: Teaming up with Michael Serrato (Big Gay Sketch Show, Neil’s Puppet Dreams, DWV Music Videos), the video was shot in two days in Los Angeles. The video features veteran turned model and actor Alex Minsky, whose motivational story of losing his leg at war has landed him on The View, The Today Show, GMA, and Jay Leno. Show More Summary
Big Gay Sketch Show co-star Jonny McGovern is back with the latest installments in his "Whoa, dude!" web series. This time he's examining two topics outside of his usual range of coverage: lesbians and voguing! Functioning around a similar...Show More Summary
This is crazy. Dude literally had his face broken in. According to CBS Local reports: Officials and volunteers handed out fliers in Greenwich Village Friday showing a police sketch of a suspect wanted for the brutal attack of a
Comedian and Big Gay Sketch Show co-star Jonny McGovern (a.k.a. the Gay Pimp) has been amusing the world years with dance songs like Bossy Bottom and Man Areas and their accompanying music videos. Now, he’s launched a new web series called Whoa, Dude that explores homoerotic behavior in straight men. We chatted with McGovern via Skype. He’s currently in Los Angeles, where […]
Saturday Night Live returned to its GOP-bashing ways this weekend, blaming the current federal shutdown on the Republican-led House. The sketch comedy show wasn't finished. SNL ran a faux music video portraying Rep. Michele Bachmann in a slutty fashion and Speaker of the House John Boehner as having an interest in men. Show More Summary
Writer-director Mike Rose and The Big Gay Sketch Show‘s Stephen Guarino star in this short about a gay couple seeking therapy when a tiny joke about Twitter goes viral in their relationshcles at Queerty or GayCities
The next episode of IFC's Portlandia features a "gay" wedding that's actually a gay-acting straight one that looks downright enjoyable... until it's broken up by party-poopers. The hit sketch comedy show takes on same-sex marriage —Show More Summary
The Big Gay Sketch Show’s Kate McKinnon made Saturday Night Live history as the long-running sketch show’s first out lesbian featured player when she debuted this Saturday in the Sofia Vergara-hosted show.
The Big Gay Sketch Show’s Kate McKinnon made Saturday Night Live history as the long-running sketch show’s first out lesbian featured player when she debuted this Saturday in the Sofia Vergara-hosted show. read more
Comedienne Kate McKinnon has joined the cast of Saturday Night Live, MyFOXNY reports: McKinnon, who cut her teeth on Logo's "The Big Gay Sketch Show" -- produced by Rosie O'Donnell -- could make her first appearance as soon as this....
Saturday Night Live has just added Kate McKinnon to their cast as a featured player. Don't know her? You will now! She was originally on The Big Gay Sketch Show on LOGO, but now she's moved up to the majors! And she's not wasting any time! She'll be hitting the ground running: her first performance is [...]
McKinnon comes from New York's Upright Citizens Brigade theater, and was a cast member on Logo's "Big Gay Sketch Show." She also has the distinction of being the first openly gay cast member in "SNL" history.
The Big Gay Sketch Show’s Kate McKinnon is set to make Saturday Night Live history as the long-running sketch show’s first out lesbian featured player.