With options limited, viewers can garner tremendous strength from seeing relatable characters on screen.
Get a behind-the-scenes look at Jonathan Groff and company this October.
“This is like going to Vegas and picking out a prostitute!”
The cast of the beloved, yet polarizing, gay series spill the beans on the finale.
He also promised the "most intense sex scene" he's ever shot.
"I’ve never done a sex scene with someone who smells bad or I didn’t like something about them."
Consider us glued to our TVs.
It's like a trance has been broken, and they all of a sudden remembered that looking at that guy in the chair is "wrong." That by looking at me in that way, they have somehow deviated from the cultural norms that my disability defies. What if I told you I want you to stare at me? What if I told you that in these spaces, I long to be stared at?
We're been bringing you the news about "Not Looking" since its inception. Now, with the show in its second season, this hilarious