Wanna know what you should be tuning into? Heres a recap of the five best television shows of the year.
1. Desperate Housewives
We hate to say told you so (oh, who are we kiddingwe love to say told you so!), but we had this show pegged from the get-go. With fabulous actresses, hunky actors, genius dialogue, camp value for days, and a creative team that includes two homos (show creator Mark Cherry and executive producer Michael Edelstein), Housewives is a guilty pleasure we dont feel bad about in the least.
Another gem from a gay creator (Ryan Murphythe man behind Popular). The plastic surgery drama thats much more than just skin deep did a fantastic take on transgender issues (hellooo, Famke!) and featured Joan Rivers and Vanessa Redgrave as guest stars. Plus, we got a lot more of Julien McMahons butt, and thats enough for us.
Is it wrong that we find ourselves deeply attracted to Sawyer (Josh Holloway), the resident bad boy of this desert island drama? As if he wasnt enough to keep us watching every week, the rest of the stunning cast (we have never been on such a charismatic plane trip), amazing plot twists, and unending mysteries have us hooked. Were just hoping one of the castaways turns out to be gay.
4. The L Word
This show is so frickin good, we want to become lesbians. OK, maybe not that. But we love watching Jennifer Beals and her gal pals pal around Los Angeles in Showtimes hit series. So what if we best relate to love-em-and-leave-em Shane? That doesnt make us bad people, does it? Its everything a good queer soap should be.
5. Veronica Mars
Finally a suitable replacement for those of us Buffy addicts longing for a kick-ass female heroine ever since Sarah Michelle Gellar saved the world one last time. Kristin Bells Mars is a smart and sassy high schooler by day and private dick the rest of the timeand making UPNs ratings rise on a weekly basis. All she needs now is a fabulous gay sidekick.